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Safety or the Muse?

After more than 7 years of merciless touring that, according to Rolling Stone Magazine, led to bone-deep exhaustion, mega-band Mumford & Sons finally stepped away from the road. What they were about to step into is something nobody saw coming, including them…   A few months into their break, they came back together and start […]

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Don’t Create Content. Move People.

Content. It’ all the rage. Entire consultancies are being built around it. Creating it, distributing it, testing it, optimizing it, placing it, tracking it. Add in the word marketing and you’ve got not only a service, but a keynote. Lotta benefits to creating valuable, sticky, viral and engaging content. But, that word. Content. It almost […]

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Camp GLP 2015 Early Registration is Open

It’s finally time!…. Camp GLP 2015 Early Registration is OPEN (cue the confetti!!!) If you weren’t a part of our inaugural camp experience last year, you missed out on what was quite literally a magical experience. From a bonfire with s’mores, to 6a.m. meditation, dance party, talent show…all on top of the incredible, juicy workshops, […]

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3 Ways Fear Can Be Your Friend

Today’s contributor is New York Times bestselling author, physician and wellness change-agent, Lissa Rankin, M.D. Her new book, The Fear Cure: Cultivating Courage As Medicine For The Body, Mind & Soul, is an eye-opening exploration into the topic of fear, what it does to us, and how to dance with it. +++ Fear gets a […]

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The Haze and the Blaze

A few summers back, we flew out to San Diego and spent a month driving slowly up the coast to Marin County. Just me, the wife and the kid. I hadn’t spent a lot of time in southern California, especially along the coast. So I’d never heard of or experienced the phenomenon known as the […]

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The Window

You speak about it As if it were a portal To your potential   What lies through it You see, oh God, you see Yet you cannot touch Or breathe Or be   Waiting and wondering When will someone come To lift the pane / the pain   ‘Til you wake Should you wake To […]

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50 Shades of Entrepreneurial Gray

There’s no way to do it that makes every human smile. Only shades of gray. Or pink. Or blue. 50 or more, for sure…   Your job, at every step along the path from hello to hell yes is to entice. To serve. To experiment, with respect and grace and, permission. The aim, the ultimate quest, […]

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Words Matter, Even the Ones Nobody Sees

Shortly after launching my first fitness facility, I wrote an article on marketing for what was then the leading industry magazine. The question was straight forward… How do you attract the “deconditioned” market to your club? This was the holy grail of the fitness industry; getting the people who were unfit, sedentary and largely disinterested […]

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Uncomfortably Alive

1982. Dave Leonard’s basement on a Friday night. Bare feet, I ease down the steps into a smokey lair, fresh from a gymnastics meet. Minutes earlier, I’ve swapped androgynous white tights and a blue tank for a beat up flannel shirt, puka beads and jeans tattered with holes that’ve been earned, not bought. I have hair. […]

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Life Is a Contact Sport

There’s only so much you can learn about yourself by thinking.   Am I good enough? Are my ideas good enough? Am I ready to go public, speak, launch, write? Who’s really going to listen to me? What if I fail? What if I succeed? What if my assumptions are massively wrong, or right? You can […]

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