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Sami Stoner

Do limitations exist?  I´m sure it´s easy to answer yes to this question based on situations you may have experienced or are currently experiencing.  This story may help you think again.

MyGoal #011 illustration - girl and dogSami Stoner is a runner.  Even with a rare eye disease, called Stargardt´s disease, which causes blindness, she still runs.  While this story has been around for awhile, and Stoner has since graduated from high school, it still bears repeating.

Even though Stoner was deemed legally blind, she ran cross country in high school.  With just a bit of peripheral vision, she traversed the trails with her guide dog, Chloe.

Sound incredible?  That’s because it is!

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Weight Loss Challenge: Setting Weight Loss Goals

Do you know how to set a good goal?  One you can stick to and achieve?

Many people are struggling to lose weight, because they don’t know how to carry out their plans even when they have the best intentions to do so.

MyGoal #007 illustration - finishOne of the best ways to lose weight and achieve your goals is to write them down.  Make them concrete.  This can move you from wishful thinking to tangible results!

There are two types of goals.  Outcome goals and process goals.   Both are equally important.  An outcome goal might be to lose 50 pounds, while a process goal could be to eat 5 servings of fruits and vegetables every day.  The outcome goal gives you an end point, while the process goal is a step along the way.  Process goals are your roadmap to success.

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