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October 2018

Winter is just around the corner here in Colorado. With that, you may be gearing up for all the fun winter sports, like skiing, snowboarding, hockey, and ice skating. Even if you’re not an avid winter sports fan, you will likely encounter ice sometime in your life. This is true whether you’re living in beautiful Colorado or somewhere else blessed with the changing of the seasons.   With winter comes the chance of falling, even for those of us who play it safe and don’t partake in these types of winter sports. Chances are at some point in your life you’ve experienced a fall, whether it be missing a few steps on your stairs at home, stepping wrong off a curb, wiping out on your bike as a child (or on your mountain bike as an adult), a slip down a river

  You don’t grow in your comfort zone.   Think about that for a sec.   Have you ever accomplished something by staying in your comfortable little box?   It's easy to talk yourself out of taking action on something because of fear. Maybe it comes in the form of excuses or telling yourself you don't have the time or the resources you need. But if you quiet down the inner chatter and let the truth percolate, you may realize it's really FEAR that's holding you back.   This idea that you have to get out of your comfort zone to grow became all too apparent recently as my teenage daughter swam in her first swim meet. She wasn’t the only one on her team that was there to swim in their first meet ever, and I'm sure there were other children on other teams in the same boat.     As