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Make Every Day Your Olympics

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These legendary Olympians have likely already gone through an Olympic dress rehearsal anticipating just such an incident. Make every day YOUR “Olympics” and be prepared for anything. It’s always the days you don’t think of bringing your umbrella that it pours rain.

********** Motivational Weight Management Tip **********

I’ve had the great honor of working with some of the Biggest Loser contestants and it has inspired me to leave motivational diet, health, and wellness tips at the end of all of my blogs. These tools have been driven from actual advice I’ve shared.

This week's tip:

Have a plan in place to deal with temptations and setbacks. What are you going to do if you get to a party and they have your favorite craving?

What is your backup plan if you have to work late and can’t get to the gym? And what are you going to do if you have a day where you fall off the “dietary wagon”?

If you have a coping strategy in place it will help prevent you from falling apart if and when adversities hit.


At the Olympic Winter Games in Nagano, Japan, Nikki Stone became America’s first-ever Olympic Champion in the sport of aerial skiing.

What made this performance so unbelievable, was the fact that less than two years earlier, a chronic spinal injury prevented her from standing, much less walking or skiing off an aerial jump.

Nikki’s achievements have carried far beyond the slopes as she now works as an accomplished motivational speaker for national and international corporations and was a motivational coach for a national Biggest Loser program.

Nikki has also recently released the inspirational bestseller When Turtles Fly: Secrets of Successful People Who Know How to Stick Their Necks Out (with contributors Lindsey Vonn, Shaun White, Tommy Hilfiger, and more).

For more information, please visit www.WhenTurtlesFly.com/ and www.NikkiStone.com/

Edited by Jody Smith

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