Control Your Eating During the Holidays

November 23, 2011

Many people struggle with weight issues around the holidays. Face it, there are all kinds of parties and big family dinners and stuff, and it can be really challenging to make healthy choices.

As a way of saying “Thank you!” to all of my loyal readers and clients I’ve posted two tracks from my popular “Control Your Eating & Achieve Your Ideal Weight” CD to help you prepare for those situations where you may be tempted to over-indulge. Listen to them for free:

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And remember to apply what you learn ASAP. If only there were some event or holiday you could practice this stuff at where you typically eat too much and then feel bad about it the next day…

Oh well. And by the way, happy Thanksgiving!  🙂

Peace & Passion,
Curtis

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A 21-Day Meditation Challenge

November 17, 2011

Another great free resource—this time to help you deepen your Practice of Presence (one of the 4 practices of Peaceful Productivity Now)…

The Chopra Center is offering 21 days of free guided meditations, starting on Dec. 1st. Click here to sign up.

I’m two-thirds of the way through my own 100 Days of Peace meditation challenge, so I won’t be participating per se, but I will be with you in spirit. Enjoy!

Peace & Passion,
Curtis

P.S. Check out Insight Timer, a really cool little app that helps you track and time your meditations. It even shows you who else is meditating with you all around the world. If you see me on there (usually 6:30 to 7:15 AM ET), make sure to friend me!


Look Behind You

November 16, 2011

No matter how much you prepare for something, no matter how well you execute it, it’s the thing you’re not expecting that’s gonna getcha…


A Letter From A Friend

November 11, 2011

The link below is a post by a friend and client who took my year-long Peaceful Productivity Now group coaching program.

Of all the people I’ve worked with, she is one of “my” biggest “success stories.” Of course, she did the heavy lifting, and I am honored to have played my part in her growth.

I share this letter in the hope that it inspires you as an example of what kind of transformation is possible in a person’s life.

[Her post was an email response to a note I sent checking in with her because I hadn’t heard from her in some time.]

Read her inspiring post:

A Letter To A Friend.