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Sarah Coleman: 10 things to make you feel great about yourself

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — You probably thought this was going to be a list of superfoods that will make you more powerful or tips on sleeping better. Maybe you thought it was going to be some inspiring daily movements or reflections on being more present. Perhaps you even thought I would mention burpees.

Think again. This week I want to shed some insight on 10 things you can do right now to make yourself feel great and share a bit of positivity with everyone around you.

Be on time

It shows people you respect them and their time.

Make an effort

It can go a really long way. All you have to do is try.

Have high energy

It’s contagious and others will feed off of it.

A positive attitude

Displaying something as simple as a smile can spread positivity.

Be passionate

It shows the world you care about something bigger than yourself.

Use good body language

Stand up straight, make eye contact, listen, have a firm handshake and don’t forget to smile.

Be coachable

Be willing to learn is a fantastic trait, which can make you shine, grow and learn.

Do a little extra

Why not go the extra mile or do something for someone just because?

Be prepared

It will enable you to always be ready for anything thrown at you.

Have a strong work ethic

It encourages and inspires others to do the same.

Sarah Coleman brings years of personal health and fitness knowledge to the table. Currently the health and wellness director at The Foundry, Coleman is a personal trainer, “CrossFitter,” coach, outdoor enthusiast, managing partner with Inspired Live Network and owner of A Weight Lifted Fitness Camp. She provides flawless technique and a positive attitude. Taking fitness to new levels, she uses the outdoor environment, your living room or work space, as well as the gym to influence and push her clientele. Funky knee socks and outrageous colors make Sarah unique, which transfers into her training and brings a smile to everyone’s face.


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