Exercise is one of the easiest ways to drastically change your life in a relatively short period of time. It will not only improve how you look and feel, but most importantly your mental condition. By exercising you can ultimately eliminate the need for any type of antidepressant or medication.
Many people are under the impression that taking anti-depressants is a good thing because it numbs the pain from the difficult experiences they are fighting through in their lives. Unfortunately, that is not the case at all. Not only do antidepressants have a myriad of side effects associated with them but also, they do not actually resolve any problems in your life. Continue reading
Barry Sanders is arguably one of the greatest players to ever step on a football field. Many people described watching him play as “magical” or “unbelievable”. Not only was he insanely talented and a force at running back, he also was one of the most humble players to ever play in the NFL.
Physical strength, speed, and endurance only can take you so far. “Natural ability” and “good genes” are not the traits that make someone a champion. If you truly want to stand out, make a difference, and be remembered, your purpose has to be clear and present in your mind.
Nothing in life is a failure as long as you allow the lesson it is meant to teach you to shine through. Each challenge, obstacle, road block, and “failure” is just a lesson in disguise; an opportunity to grow. Don’t ever let your fears keep you from trying something; only through trying and learning from our mistakes will we ever be able to experience the uninhibited joy brought on by true success that is earned and not given.
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John Tuggle was a humble man who was the last draft in the 1983 NFL Draft. A man who was on top of the world having made it to the NFL, quickly had his world flipped upside down when after a stellar rookie season, he discovered he had a rare and aggressive form of cancer. Watch his story to be reminded of how special every single day is and how important it is to value each moment we share with the people around us.