Tools for Life

by Chip Richards |   Date Released : 02 Nov 2009
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Chip Richards

About the author: Chip Richards

Formerly ranked #1 in the US for Freestyle Skiing, Chip served as head coach of the 1998 Australian Olympic Freestyle Ski Team and has mentored Olympic athletes (including four World Champions) from six nations. For the past 11 years, Chip has taken his passion for coaching into various business and creative industries. Merging ancient wisdom with the "inner science" of transformative change, Chip has guided film makers, musicians, business leaders, adventurers and wellness professionals on their journey of self discovery. In 2005, following eight years as Editor for PTontheNET, Chip founded the 4th Dimension Holistic Life Coach and Leadership program, aimed at empowering individuals to transform their lives. An internationally published writer and storyteller, Chip has published a variety of written works on the subject of human development, consciousness and wellbeing.

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Userovskis, Martin | 06 Mar 2010, 03:52 AM

Great article!
I believe that our state of mind (consciousness) is always much more important than any action we could take. If we are negative we are vibrating at a low level of consciousness, so any action we take from that level will be tainted with that negativity. And if we are positive we will bring that joy to the task at hand and a bad result is an impossiblity.
"Success" can still be achieved through sheer determinism, will power and intense competition but if the state of the persons mind was laced with negativity and stress during the process the outcome will also tainted by this energy. Is this true success? Don't let a mad world tell you that success is anything other than a successful present moment. When you are grounded in the present moment you vibrate at a higher frequency which will attract better circumstances in the "future".

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Wills, Lesley | 26 Feb 2010, 10:12 AM

I read this article this morning and it was exactly what I was looking for. Life has a way of giving you what you need in the the most unexpected ways Thankyou for this article

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Bock, Christy | 13 Jan 2010, 18:19 PM

I am currently working with morbidly obese people in a weight loss surgery clinic as a registered dietitian and ACSM personal trainer. The information in this article is a great topic of discussion for our support group forum; especially because so many people we encounter have negated their wants and desires for years and years. Thank you for the article.

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Deckard, Michele | 25 Nov 2009, 09:30 AM

EXCELLENT article, our society is so focused on the physical aspect of health that we tend to forget about the emotional and spiritual side which is ultimately where it begins.
Michele

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high, dante | 17 Nov 2009, 08:26 AM

This is a truly enlightening article and hits home 'Hard' for me and I'm sure for so many others. I have been competing against myself for years and it can really keep you from life's progressions. Can't wait to read the referred books mentioned in your article.

Thank You,

Mike Alexander CPT
Las Vegas Nevada

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Rish, Phil | 11 Nov 2009, 09:39 AM

Great article! Some of my most favortive books. You have very good insights my friend!

Phil
LIVIN'

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