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When reading articles, watching clips, or listening to presentations, there are often thoughts, ideas, or specific quotes that tend to stick, and make the greatest impact. Often, these specific ideas are the ones that help us learn and grow to be better, not only in our professions, but in all aspects of our lives and relationships.

I have compiled several of these thoughts, ideas, or quotes from videos, articles, courses, and some of my own. They hit on everything from health, nutrition and food, to business, happiness, physical therapy, and fitness. Hopefully some of these little thoughts and ideas will make an impact on you as well.

“Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t–you’re right.” – Henry Ford

“I’ve gotten to this point in my career and realized that, yeah I got a lot more dreams and want to go further, but at the same time, I don’t want it if it’s at the expense of my happiness. And I don’t want it if it’s at the expense of my sanity or I have to become someone who is so out of touch with what’s real. The people that love you and the people that you love.”– J. Cole

“Why worry?  If you’ve done the very best you can, worrying won’t make it any better.” – Walt Disney

Assumptions and generalizations can be made about what people need, however applying the “corrections” for these assumptions must be personalized for each individual.

“Keep your lives balanced, not just your muscles.” It’s about novelty. Try new things. Explore. Play.”- Jennifer Poulin (pulled from Course Recap: She’s Just Jenny from the block by Lance Goyke, http://www.lancegoyke.com/course-recap-shes-just-jenny-from-the-block )

“If your breathing is not right, any martial artist or yoga practitioner from the last 4,000 years of history will tell you that you missed the starting point. If your breathing is not correct at rest or with escalated activity, everything else will be broken. It is the one rhythm that you cannot do without.” – Gray Cook, ‘Continuums’

In this great video Tom Myers of Anatomy Trains discusses Pain…

– Shaun

Movement by Logan…every movement matters.