Post Tagged with: "goal achievement"

Peak Performance Pillar #2 – Discipline

Hopefully, you’ve invested some time discovering your Standard – your big, A-1 goal. If you haven’t yet, that’s okay – keep at it. The first time I ever really spent time purposefully thinking about what I wanted my life to be after my divorce, it took me WEEKS to actually discover it. It’s a big deal, so take your time. In today’s video, we’re going to move on to the 2nd Pillar in my Success Systems – Discipline. Now, a lot of people have a negative reaction to the word “discipline,” thinking it means punishment, but that’s not what I’m talking about […]

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Peak Performance Pillar #1 – Standards

I’d like to introduce you to my system for breaking through whatever is holding you back from achieving your goals and living life on your own terms. It’s a process I’ve used subconsciously all my life to achieve one “unrealogical” dream after another. The Air Force honed my process into a real system as I realized my dream of flying supersonic jets, and now I want to share it with you. So, let’s stop and think about it: Haven’t we all had enough people telling us we’re going to fail or make a big mistake? Or that we’re being unrealistic? Or […]

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How Are We Doing On Those New Years Resolutions?

Hey there! I wanted to pop on to wish you a  Happy New Year!  Now, you might be thinking, “Uh Deb, you’re a week late!” But here’s the thing… You didn’t need a video or a post from me on January 1st to motivate you to take action on whatever “New Years Resolution” you set for yourself. I’m guessing that you got out of bed last Tuesday loaded with all the motivation and resolve you needed to start down the path of achieving whatever goal you were aiming at. You were excited! And that excitement is usually enough to drown out […]

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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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It's The Climb…

It’s frustrating when things don’t go smoothly and work out exactly the way we plan for them to or the way we want them too. It’s maddening when we find ourselves banging our heads against a wall trying to unravel the mystery of why things aren’t working out the way they SHOULD… the way we are promised they will if we just do “X,” “Y,” and “Z.” I get it!  BELIEVE me when I say, I GET IT! I also know that I am approaching the middle of my 5th decade on this planet, but please allow me to quote […]

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What Do You Deserve?

When it comes to keeping promises and commitments, I believe people fall into one of three camps: Camp #1: People who keep their commitments to themselves and others NO MATTER WHAT (this is a very small campsite, but it has a perfectly tended fire and a meticulously kept tent!) Camp #2: People who can’t keep a commitment to themselves or anyone else to save their lives (definitely a bigger campsite, but no fire, no food, and the place is a sty) Camp#3: People who do their best to keep the commitments they make, and tend to keep those promises they make […]

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The Marathon Effect

Have you ever noticed how it doesn’t seem to matter how big or how small a project is, you reach a point about 80% of the way through when you feel like you will never be able to finish it? I call this phenomenon “The Marathon Effect” because as Angie started running in races and competing in triathlons and the distances progressed, I noticed a funny thing… Regardless of the distance of the race, she got to a point where she wasn’t 100% sure that she would be able to finish it. In a 5K race, it might come at […]

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Fear

I was watching a short presentation by Mastin Kipp (founder of The Daily Love) the other day and he was discussing the fallacy of fear, and how, when you work your way around to the other side of fear, you find exhilaration. I started thinking about it and the physical sensations of exhilaration and anxiety are almost exactly the same – there’s a kind of buzz in your brain and a funny feeling in your chest… your pulse rate rises… and you get a certain tunnel vision type of focus on the situation at hand.  The difference is the thoughts […]

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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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