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Matthew Moyer, TSAC-F Life in the military was easy, there was usually a clear objective; there was always a mission or a mission to prepare for. Then we transition out of the military and things get muddy, where is the mission? You need to create your own mission and find your new purpose. We were…

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I know you are thinking “meditation?” isn’t that just like, “sitting still” or “doing nothing”.  When you hear the word meditation you may think of some older guy in an orange robe sitting cross-legged making strange humming noises.  As a veteran who has probably been through some tough challenges or seen some things that no…

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Start with small, deliberate, correct actions. We all want more; and we want it yesterday.  It doesn’t make us greedy or selfish, or even bad people.  To a large degree this need for immediate consumption and gratification comes from societal lessons and messaging that has been shoved down our throat since we’ve been kids.  The…

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(But Beware of Mediocrity) A clear difference exists between a strategy of throwing shit against the wall to see what sticks, and methodically tweaking training variables to avoid stagnation. Variety might be the spice of life but changing for change’s sake likely leads to mediocrity – aka over seasoned shit. Maintaining physical and psychological momentum…

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By Michael Hill Simple to Complex is a phrase used by many professionals to map out the evolutionary process of a multitude of experiences. Much like the Yin and Yang concept of dualism, Simple and Complex are both interchangeable and work in coordination with and within each other. Therefore one could state expressions such as,…

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