Posts Tagged ‘Swim To Change Your Life’

Should Children Swim Competitively or for Exercise?
by Terry Laughlin

Posted on November 30th, 2012

Children should swim to develop an essential life skill, to stretch their learning faculties, to develop form they can be proud of and to cultivate a lifelong love of swimming. Should they join a swim team? Only if it leads to those outcomes.

Guest Post: From Survivor to Swimming Sensei in 18 Months
by Terry Laughlin

Posted on November 9th, 2012

Helping people understand what works, and show them how they can continually improve is a precious gift.

Try it. You might just >gasp< like it.
by Terry Laughlin

Posted on October 28th, 2012

Practicing with a sense of curiosity produces moments of more intense happiness than anything else I do.

VIDEO: Beautiful Sea, Beautiful Swims
by Terry Laughlin

Posted on October 27th, 2012

Guaranteed — this will be among the most irresistible (“I wanna be there and do that!”) swim videos you’ve seen.

VIDEO: The winning entry in “How TI Changed My Life” Contest
by Terry Laughlin

Posted on October 26th, 2012

Johnny Widen’s video explains how TI changes his life. As of last week–at age 64–became a TI Coach.

Guest Post: The Best Time to Start Swimming (TI) is Now
by Terry Laughlin

Posted on March 17th, 2012

At 27 Kyoko couldn’t swim at all. At 32 she learned TI. Five years later she is changing lives by teaching others to set and achieve goals.

Guest Post: TI–A Prescription for 60+ Renewal
by Terry Laughlin

Posted on February 21st, 2012

At age 68, Doug Alt is swimming better than ever and excited about swimming–and living–even better in his 70s.

Does Talent Matter? Not if your goal is Personal Transformation.
by Terry Laughlin

Posted on November 21st, 2011

We begin Deliberate Practice to accomplish some utilitarian goal. We continue because it’s life-changing

Build Self-Confidence through Balanced Expectations
by Terry Laughlin

Posted on November 1st, 2011

Every expectation fulfilled will improve your ability to focus future goals effectively — and strengthen your expectation of positive outcomes.

Core Purpose, Values and Principles in Swimming
by Terry Laughlin

Posted on August 10th, 2011

Any activity that has meaning and value should be done in an examined and artful manner. Be clear on your reasons for doing it and clear on the best way to fulfill those reasons.