Tag Archives: bravery

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One, Two, Jump

One, two, three…smile! One, two, three…go! One, two, three… jump! From a young age, we are conditioned to prepare ourselves on the count of three. Counting to three before racing your friend down the block ensures that you start at the same time. Counting to three before taking a group photo alerts the subjects to […]

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How To Not Tequila

A letter from a Non-Tequila Drinker on a Tequila-Filled Day: I don’t drink. I’m at the age where everyone around me is getting drunk and dancing on tables. But not me. Why not? Well, it’s simple: I just don’t feel the need to. I don’t appreciate the way alcohol makes me feel out of control, […]

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I Hope You Dance – Some Very SFTL Advice From A Recent High School Grad

Although this post comes from one of our youngest Fit to Leaders, we think her advice applies pretty universally to all of us: What does every graduating High School senior need to know? For many of us, this may be the first time living on our own. Practical advice springs to mind: NEVER wash anything […]

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Leap Before You Look!

Last year, I left a big job in the financial industry to follow my dream of starting a company dedicated to helping women become more confident.  I wanted to wake up every morning and feel like I was doing something that I really cared about.  I wanted to make a difference. However, deciding to make […]