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Coach Jeff Grant's Weekly Digest: Issue #4

I've received some really nice feedback on the new format of my newsletters. Thanks very much for rea

Coach Jeff Grant

February 4 · Issue #4 · View online
My digest is a collection of inspirational and instructional resources I find interesting and wish to share, including my latest content. To save you time, I pen a quick preview & highlight the key parts to check out.

I’ve received some really nice feedback on the new format of my newsletters. Thanks very much for reaching out – please keep the feedback and suggestions coming! 
I’ve streamlined the format a bit more this week, with a quick summary here and a personal update after the articles. This week’s themes include getting out of your comfort zone, avoiding burnout and sticking to goals. 
If any of these articles creates a spark with you or you just want to say hello, please feel free to hit reply. Enjoy the read, and have a great weekend!

This week's curated articles
Identity-Based Habits: How to Actually Stick to Your Goals This Year
How to think like a coach: race season planning - Flow State Coaching
52 Ways You Can Be Kinder to Yourself |
Your 14-Step Guide to Weight Loss During Base Training | TrainingPeaks
A Lazy Guru’s Guide to Flow in a Digital World | Unthinkable
Career Change: Lessons Learned and How to Avoid the Overload Trap
scene from a strange winter photo shoot I did last weekend!
Personal Update
I just wrapped up a huge month of comeback training. I stuck to my planning (taking my own coaching “medicine” daily) and made solid progress, but I reached the final days of the month exhausted. It was a good reminder to get enough sleep and take rest days when you need them!
A highlight of the month was doing a freezing photo shoot in summer clothes, as we needed a new photo for a revised book cover and decided to shoot it regardless of weather. It made for an exhilarating running experience to say the least. We’ll use a photo from this shoot for the new cover that I’ll debut on a charity coaching and book giveaway tour in South Africa in early March.
My mind and flow training focus continues as well, with ukulele the latest instrument I’ve started to study. You’re welcome to check out my “out of comfort zone” training on Instagram, as I fully believe that getting out of your comfort zone in one area of life fosters the spirit of doing it across all areas!
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