I wrote this for my Strengthcoach.com site last week and thought I’d share it here.
There’s a lot of evidence that gratitude writing ( writing about good things in your life) can have a really positive effect. I’ve been doing this for about four years and have to tell you, it works.
Has a few good exercises to help you.
You can also download an app for your phone. Mine is called Random Gratitude Journal. Every day it prompts you to write what you are grateful for that day.
Do me a favor, give Gratitude Writing a try.
Great piece from the Players Tribune by Carolina goalie Cam Ward
I wrote this a while ago for my Strengthcoach.com site. It’s worth a read as you start summer training.
I know I’ve posted similar articles before but, this is worth another read
Just a reminder that our next Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning Mentorship will be September 19th -22nd. If you want to really immerse yourself in how we run our business come by for the week.
This article is another from our Free Articles section at Strengthcooach.com. A recent post by Todd Hamer made me think of it and repost it. It was written 6 years ago but very little has changed.
I have a confession to make. I’m on Facebook. I know, Mike Boyle on Facebook, aren’t I a little old? I started using Facebook because someone said it would be good for business as a way to connect with old clients. In fact, we had a Boyle’s Alum page that our athletes set up on their own. Truth is, they were right. Even better, I’ve connected with a bunch of former athletes from BU. Two weeks ago I read something a friend had written that has become a viral topic on Facebook called Twenty Five Random Things About Me. I wrote my own and posted them to my Facebook page and to my blog then decided to share them with you guys also. Here goes.
1- My wife is my best friend.
2- I thought I loved my dog until my first child was born.
3- I’m beginning to believe in Karma. I think the more you give the more you get.
4- I might be one of the luckiest people in the world.
5- My father is in the Boston University Athletic Hall of Fame.
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