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well said, Chris

Christopher VanDevere

Most people declare that diet and exercise are the keys to fitness — but they are only partially correct.  The real key to lasting fitness is MENTAL.  Mental fitness — the ability to identify the thoughts that develop the habits which become the fabric of a life — is the challenge facing anyone looking to make permanent changes in his or her life. 

Like diet programs or exercise programs, Orrin Woodward, Claude Hamilton and the LIFE/TEAM Policy Council have launched a 90 day Mental Fitness Challenge.  The Mental Fitness Challenge offers a free self assessment test which provides insight into 13 aspects of a person’s life.  The Challenge, should you choose to accept it, is a systematic approach to identifying, setting and progressing towards goals.  The process includes books, audios and webcast videos aimed at a single goal: getting you to the life you have always wanted.

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well said, Chris

Claude Hamilton

Wow!!! Orrin Woodward, one of the creators of the Mental Fitness Challenge, told me this was going to happen.  Last night (Tuesday) was the first time for about 90 percent of the Kaizen community to conduct challenge groups.  The response has been both immediate and overwhelming and skeptics were turned to steadfast believers with the amount of responses and testimonials of people wanting to share their stories about the Mental Fitness Challenge.

I received so many texts and emails from the Kaizen community over the past 24 hours, including from great leaders such as: Wayne and Raylene Macnamara, Joce and Cynthia Dionne, Terry and Ann Franks, Alex and Leighann Nickerson and Jean and Tamie Belanger.

I didn’t plan on posting for a few days because there are still so many people talking about the Mental Fitness Challenge post yesterday but I needed to express my enthusiasm…

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Everyone is talking MFC!

Everyone is talking MFC!.

Is your mental fitness up for a challenge — or are you stuck in the rubber ducky race?

Is your mental fitness up for a challenge — or are you stuck in the rubber ducky race?.

great job IAB

great job IAB

The Life I’ve Always Wanted!!

The life I’ve always wanted!!
I don’t know if it’s like this for everyone or just me. (I think I’m a few degrees off most of the time.) But from the time I was a kid I always felt something inside tugging me. It felt like I knew I was meant to do something big, but I could never figure out what it was let alone how to do it.
I’m in the first month of The Mental Fitness Challenge, but already I can see things coming together. It’s not only the tools to figure out what my purpose should be, but a systematic way of breaking things down to bite size pieces that are not out of reach for me. It’s like I have a road map to a great life! I can finally wrap my head around doing great things in my future! It’s not just about money for me, (although money is way cool!!) It’s about being the husband that my wife can count on, it’s about being the strong dad my family needs, the grandfather that leaves a legacy for my grandkids, the friend that is there when someone calls, the son that puts a smile on an aging couples face. It may sound hokey or weird, but so be it. I feel like society has gotten diluted into thinking family values, character and integrity don’t matter any more. The mental Fitness Challenge has given me a new outlook on life, a way to measure myself and where I’m at now. (good or bad) and a road map to get to where I want to go. Who can ask for anything more than that? This is so cool!! I can’t wait for tomorrow!!

Here are some family pics so you know why I’m so excited about getting better, my family deserves me to strive for excellence.ImageImage

God Bless, NateImageImage

Mental Fitness Challenge Rolled Out in Columbus

Mental Fitness Challenge Rolled Out in Columbus.

“Men occasionally stumbl…

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  “Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry away as if nothing has happened.” –Sir Winston Churchill–

Idle Rich, Idle Poor, & the Burdened Middle Class

Orrin Woodward LIFE Leadership Team

In 2011, reporter Stephen Marche pinpointed the painful paradigm of today’s static classes:

There are some truths so hard to face, so ugly and so at odds with how we imagine the world should be, that nobody can accept them. Here’s one: It is obvious that a class system has arrived in America — a recent study of the thirty-four countries in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development found that only Italy and Great Britain have less social mobility. But nobody wants to admit: If your daddy was rich, you’re gonna stay rich, and if your daddy was poor, you’re gonna stay poor. Every instinct in the American gut, every institution, every national symbol, runs on the idea that anybody can make it; the only limits are your own limits. Which is an amazing idea, a gift to the world — just no longer true. Culturally, and in their…

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