Hey, I’m starting a 5 week course that is the solution to getting out of a rut in your life! yes. I’ve been called the “Plateau Buster” by many many people and I’ve learned that the strategies for overcoming sticking points have a a similarity whether they be physical, emotional or spiritual. These strategies can be used to:
- Loose weight
- Gain energy
- Increase performance
- Overcome fears
- Improve finances
- Improve relationships
- Improve job performance
- Decrease stage fright
- Improve mood and attitude
- Break bad habits and create good ones
- Become more creative
- Become a better witness
- Become more optimistic
- BECOME MORE AVAILABLE FOR GOD’S PLAN FOR YOUR LIFE.
This 5-week course is a journey though common reasons why people get stuck and the biblically based solutions to bust through plateaus. After close to three decades of research and experience, I’ve learned what the difference between a world record breaker and the rest of us is. These athletic strategies can be applied to so many areas of our lives. Come out and be entertained and learn personal development through exercise and nutrition strategies that have been proven to have a spiritual, physical and emotional effect on your life.
It’s a biblically based class at Foothills Christian Church. For directions and a map of where room A2 is click here.
Here is a sample of some of the course, setting the stage for developing optimism:
A pessimist is a person who is seasick during the entire voyage of life.
“Optimism is akin to faith; pessimism is akin to doubt. To which are you akin?
The story is told of a man who went into a restaurant with no money, figuring on paying for his meal with the pearl he hoped to find in the oyster he planned to order. That’s an optimist! Then there was the man who refused to get married because he was sure he could never find a girl who deserved to be as happy as he would make her. That’s a pessimist!
Somewhere in between is the Biblicist, the person who, without denying the harsh realities of his present situation, can still focus all the promises and provisions of God on living above his circumstances.
How can you truly comfort a friend or family member who is hurting emotionally, physically, or spiritually today? Plan carefully what you will say… and won’t say. Then pay that person a comforting visit.” (Paraphrased from my Devotional Studies: The Daily Walk)
Use God’s botanical toolbox and eat foods and nutrients that promote good mood, metabolism and recovery. FIND YOUR EDGE!