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Functional Age versus Actual Age

Functional Age is the relative age of how a person looks, acts, thinks, feels, and performs compared to their Actual Age. Everyone knows people that appear and act older than their actual age, as well as some that seem younger than their actual age. Actual Age cannot be changed, but Functional Age can be changed. […]

Three I’s of Improvement Interference

The first three months of my 2015 Progress Pyramid reminded me about the challenges that surface whenever changes and habits for personal improvement are being made. Most goal interference falls under three categories labeled the “Three I’s of Improvement Interference.” Illness Injury Inconvenience The first month my Progress Pyramid habit was to exercise at least […]

Ride for Rachel

On February 21st, 2015 I had the opportunity to volunteer at the Boise Aeros House of Pain (HOP) training center. The Boise Aeros sponsored the event “Ride for Rachel,” a fundraiser to raise money to help Rachel pay for her physical therapy bills. Her medical insurance will only pay for 20 physical therapy visits and […]