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To Be an Effective Leader, Stop Wasting Your Time

by Alex Pineda on

This is a flea market. Notice all of the junk. Randomly priced, randomly placed, randomly assorted junk. The highest priced item here: $7.50. (It’s also a picture of my son's handiwork. “Hey, dad…*snicker*…see what I did to that little wooden…*snicker*…mannequin…*snicker*?”)Below is a picture fro...

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Fear Of Failure

by Alex Pineda on

Fear. Something that we all struggle with to some degree. We fear that we are not strong enough, healthy enough, social enough. We fear we can’ t reach out goals and desires. We fear we will fail.Fear of failure is a dangerous mindset to be in. Fear and doubt will hold us back from moving forward...

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Powerful Words Leaders Say

by Alex Pineda on

You’ve probably worked for some great leaders. Ones that empowered and encouraged you. Ones that helped you accomplish more, and be a better leader yourself. They made you feel like your team could tackle anything. And it’s often been from words they spoke to you or about you. And you’ve worked f...

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7 Leadership Lessons I Learned From An Injury

by Alex Pineda on

Just the other day, while doing box jumps at the gym I’m a part of, I injured myself.A box jump is a simple move…it’s just jumping from the ground on top of a wooden box, then back to the ground. I had a box that was 30 inches high, and in the middle of the workout when I was a bit fatigued, I lo...

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What's The Why Behind Our Content?

by Alex Pineda on

I recently was very struck by a sermon at my local church, and specifically on the topic of humility or synonymously meekness. So let’s begin defining the word meek. Meek is defined as, “quiet, gentle, and easily imposed on; submissive.” Now you are probably thinking, wait a minute, meek is not n...

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God In Our Mess

by Alex Pineda on

I am currently fully emerged in one of the toughest seasons of my life, thus far. I want so desperately to write about this time of my life with an outsider perspective. I want to be able to step back and look at it with gratitude and say, “Hey, I know what He was up to. I get it and it doesn’t h...

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How To Stay Humble When Finding Success

by Alex Pineda on

When I was young, I loved to jump, run, play games, and race. It was rare that you'd find me doing anything other than using my body or trying to be a better athlete even as a kid... it was like my energy never ran out. I excelled in endurance sports and eventually came to love the team sport men...

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Envy Is The Enemy of Contentment

by Alex Pineda on

The lack of contentment in our society today is extremely dumbfounding. We strive to attain things that we don't need, with money that we don't have, to impress people that we don't like. The Bible says in Ecclesiastes 4:4 that "most people work hard to succeed because they envy the things their ...

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You Are More Than Just A Body

by Alex Pineda on

Hey yall, my name is Lexie Thiery! I'm a 21 year old, married, college student and business owner. It's truly a blessing to be able to be a part of a company and family like FLYTE. I thank God all the time for leading these people into my life. My story is anything but perfect, but God has used m...

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All Of Life Is All For Jesus

by Alex Pineda on

Hey there Flyte Fam, I am Heather Myers!Just a little bit about me… By day I am an indoor cycling instructor at Flywheel Sports. By night and weekends I am a DJ. 24/7 I am a Christ follower, wife to an amazing man of God, and horse mama of 3 plus a dog!! I have been in the fitness industry for ov...

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Not Just An Athlete - Andrea Montalvo

by Alex Pineda on

Hi everyone, my name is Andrea!I'm not just an athlete and fitness enthusiast that happens to be a Christian and goes to church on sundays. I am a hard-working, Colossians 3:23 Christ follower that wants to help change the fitness world one step at a time, for the glory of God. I have desires on ...

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Work for the Rest

by Alex Pineda on

At the box where I do Crossfit, we have this concept called “work for the rest.” We do workouts occasionally that are a prescribed amount of time, with a rest, then repeat. So that would look like this:3 minutes of burpees1 minute of rest3 minutes of pull-ups1 minute of rest3 minutes of seated r...

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