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Megan Adams

  • Feedback

    Megan5

     

    This is one of my favorite new things. The art of feedback is one of the toughest lessons but as you approach giving/ receiving it with openness and no emotion, it becomes easier.

     

    What feedback is, is this:

     

    Context- Impact-Commitment

     

    Context: What was seen or said.

     

    Impact: What was the impact it had on you? Only you. (No 'I feel'). How did what was done directly impact you? Be honest.

     

    Commitment: What is the commitment you are making to the person you are giving feedback to? (consider this: you care enough to tell the other person, with love, what was done).

     

    I see a lot of conflict that could be resolved if you simply take your emotion out. When you do that you can have empowering moments with whoever you are giving feedback to. This is how we get better in life and personal or business relationships.

    Megan Adams CrossFit Cedar Park

    RxClubhouse Athlete

  • Fear

    Megan2

    Eleanor Roosevelt said, " you must do the thing that you cannot do"

    This is so good. Living In choice and choosing to rise above your daily challenges is an every day struggle. Consider this: if you wake up, look fear in the eyes and do one thing a day that scares you, how much happier and fulfilled would you be?

    Personally this one hits home. In the world of functional fitness I feel like there is a challenge in a every workout that I don't want to do. Why? Ask myself why all the time! A lot of the time I don't push as hard as I need to because I am scared. Silly right? My biggest fear is myself?! Well when it comes down to it pushing that voice in my head aside and doing has changed the game. What I mean by that is this: when you don't think, and trust your training the results will pay off. If I think I'm going to suck at muscle ups today, well I probably will. But if I say to myself "hey you got this you can always do one more rep" my mindset changes. I am now living in choice. I am choosing to rise above and be better.

    What is the one thing you think you cannot do? Why can't you do it? What if you lived in possibility and nothing could hold you back?

    Go. Be great. Much love,

    Megan Adams Woodward Crossfit

    RxClubhouse Athlete

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