Post Tagged with: "coaching"

I'm Giving Away 1,000 Copies of UNREALOGICAL!

GET A FREE COPY OF UNREALOGICAL! My mission is to share the information I have been coaching people through for the past decade with as many people as I possibly can. What better way to share than to just give away my best? I have 1,000 copies of my latest best-selling book, UnREALogical, in my warehouse to give away on a first come, first served basis. UnREALogical reveals the science behind the system I teach, but then also shares dozens of stories from REAL PEOPLE – just like you and me – who have used my system to create remarkable […]

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Your Brave Mind

I am so excited to announce a terrific new collaboration between Cheslow Achievement Group and Meredith Atwood, LLC that we’re calling “Your Brave Mind.” Meredith Atwood (aka Swim Bike Mom) is a wife, mother, former-attorney, author, coach, and IRONMAN triathlete. Her blog (www.SwimBikeMom.com) is wildly popular among women and men who love to (or want to) swim, bike and run. Her blog offers a very raw, real account of her successes, failures, and struggles. She is a sought-after mentor as well as a speaker for triathlon clubs and women’s groups nationwide. She is a USA Triathlon Level 1 Coach, Youth and […]

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Addicted to FEELINGS?

Paradigms… Programming… Conditioning… Upper Limits… Whatever we choose to call them – those artificial limitations that we place on ourselves and our performance subconsciously SUCK!  WHY are they so hard to overcome?  Why can’t we just make a decision to change and then just… CHANGE? It’s not that we are weak-willed or that we lack self-discipline – not at all!  On the contrary, most people who have any self-awareness at all realize that they possess deep reservoirs of self-discipline and they prove it every day… in their jobs… their hobbies… their relationships, etc. However, for just about every person on […]

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The Coachability Index

Those of you who have children will totally get me on this week’s post. Let’s say your daughter is having difficulty keeping track of her cellphone.  You’ve already replaced her phone once only to have it turn up between the mattress and boxsprings of her bed the next time the sheets were changed. She lost it last week, but found it under the front seat of the car the next day. And yes, today she is whining that, once again, her lifeline has mysteriously vanished.  You call her phone and hear the muffled ring from the basket at the bottom […]

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Time For A Change?

One of my favorite books in the whole world is you2 (you-squared) by Price Pritchett. It is only 37 pages long, so I have read it over and over and over again – even I can blast through 37 pages fairly quickly! The book’s preface starts with a story about a fly in a hotel room that is valiantly (and futilely) trying to get to freedom through a closed window pane.  With each smack into the glass the fly tries harder and harder.  Across the room, not 15 feet away, is an open door.  If only the fly would turn […]

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