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Can People *Really* Change? Here’s What It Takes

Do  you think people can people really change? Recently, I was talking to a friend of mine, and they started digging into someone we both knew—someone I was friends with and supported. I try my best not to indulge in gossip, but …

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Awareness Is Great, Action is Better: Here’s How to Just Do the Damn Thing

This is the #1 question I get asked … A few nights ago, my friend Neghar and I were out to dinner at one of our fav restaurants here in LA. And thanks to #moderation365, we enjoyed splitting a delicious …

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2 Tools to Quit Being Distracted by Other People’s Fabulous Lives

I don’t know about you but I’m feeling like social media is on steroids lately. And what I mean by that is, transparency and “internet stalking” is at an all-time high. It’s easier than ever to not only find or …

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That Time I Was the Leanest of My Life and Felt the Least Sexy Ever

Photo: Diane Flores, captured by photographer Carlo Gomez I’ve been wanting to write about this for a while. And I actually originally started this blog in 2013 (lol), but with one of my good friends and peer in the industry, …

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Never Apologize for Leveling Up

The brand spankin’ new #MetconMonster Challenge is underway, and thousands of women are sharing their workouts and sweaty selfies on Instagram (if you want to get the free workouts, you can grab them right here). And inevitably every year that …

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Boundaries, Integrity and Dealing with “Toxic People”

The Mindset Makeover 2.0: #RadicalResponsibility course is open this week only, and I wanted to share a sample email from the 6-week course. The education is delivered via daily emails for 42 days in a row, and the repletion and …

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7 Words That Helped Me Establish Boundaries

Growing up I was an only child and my parents divorced when I was 2 years old. As such, they were both single parents for a while and working full-time, and so I got shuttled around quite a bit—to neighbor’s …

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How to Manage Your Expectations for Others

You probably know that I am a huge fan of Byron Katie’s ‘The Work.’ She says that whenever we argue with reality, we lose. Think about it: the space between what’s actually happening and what we want to be happening …

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Ask this Question or Continue to Struggle

The other day, I was listening to business podcasts while I was leisure walking—as one does—and the guest interview was a productivity coach who spoke about success, and the habits of successful people. One thing that came up is the …

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Is Someone Else’s Happiness Your Responsibility?

“I don’t want you to do the dishes! I want you to want to do the dishes!” I love the dishes scene in the movie ‘The Breakup’ with Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughan. Anyone who has been in a long-term …

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