Why High Performance Gets Results and Creates Personal Growth Feb 21, 2021

Personal growth and progress are the key to happiness.  When we feel like we are living more fully into our potential, we feel more vibrant and alive!

High Performance is the practice of beating normal in your life without burning out.  It feels like the full confidence, presence, and...

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Nerd Out More! chpc happiness Feb 14, 2021

When we engage in our interests, we are more resilient.  “Nerding out” is essential to feeling happier, and managing an often chaotic environment.  

Focusing on something that brings us joy is something we can control every day.  When we stop needing out, playing, or...

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Connect Better With Others. Jan 31, 2021

The rate we are improving our relationships determines the quality of our life. A garden not tended yields no fruit. The same goes for relationships. When we stop trying to grow them, we can’t realize the joy, connection, and belonging that comes with knowing our essential...

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Skepticism is a great strategy, not a virtue. Jan 24, 2021

A healthy amount of skepticism can help you get perspective and see risks when presented with an idea, information, or someone you don’t know if you can trust yet. Suspicion becomes a problem when it prevents any new ideas from being considered or is used to re-enforce what you already know...

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How Are You Showing Up Today? Jan 17, 2021

We win the days we can summon our presence with who we are, and what we do.

Right now there is much turmoil in the world.  We can respond with anger, fear, anxiety, or we can get to work putting out our good work to our families and communities.

In order to put out "good work," we need to...

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How to better manage time, beat procrastination, and more! Jan 10, 2021
This week on the blog, I took three questions asked by folks, and rambled a little on them.
 
One of my most favorite things to do is answer questions from you, because so many folks have similar situations.
 
The questions this week were:
1. How can I better manage my time?
2. How...
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Clearing The Way For Next Year On New Years Day Dec 31, 2020

We did it! We made it through 2020!

If we could describe this past year, the words "dumpster-fire," "Murphy's law for a whole year," "not awesome," and many more come to mind.
It's been a tough 365 days, for all the reasons I don't need to say because we all know.

This year my wife and I didn't...

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Ask a Coach A Question - Dec 11, 2020 #askacoach Dec 13, 2020

 This week on #AskACoach, we looked at three different questions submitted by the folks who follow me on Facebook and Instagram.

The general theme this week is doing what's in your control and not worrying about everything else.

Maybe you can relate to struggling this year with losing a job...

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When You Lose Your Form, Take A Break: Stop Before Your Injure Your Self, Relationships, and Progress. Dec 06, 2020

During one of my home workouts this week, I noticed my form was falling apart on a resistance band shoulder press.

The old me would have pushed through the poor form and pull a muscle or worse.

Maybe you can relate to ignoring your exhaustion and continuing into pain or injury?
My trainer has the...

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Thanksgiving and Holiday Training Nov 29, 2020

Happy Thanksgiving, folks!

Hope you all got to hang and cook with your immediate family and connect with the folks who couldn't be there.

My wife and I made a small feast, and zoomed with family during dinner to make it sorta normal.  And it was great.

There are so many things to be grateful...

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How To Get Back On Track When You've Lost Your Motivation ask a coach on instagram coaching Nov 22, 2020
This week's video is from the Friday live show, "Ask A Coach A Question on Instagram."
 
People submit their questions earlier, with a theme around mindset.
 
If you'd like some help or coaching on IG, go to www.shawnbuttner.com/ask to submit your question and qualify for free 5 - 10...
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Fear Is The Enemy Of High Performers. Nov 14, 2020

Fear keeps us from taking action.  High performers know what types of fear we face, and what to focus on to get back into action, quicker.  

We strive to find more in life: success in our pursuits, time with family and friends, more significant purpose in life, improved health and...

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