Welcome Lemonade-Diet Readers!

Posted by admin on March 30th, 2007

Since you just clicked on my link most likely through a search engine (ie. Google), I’d thought I would take some time and give you a little tour around Life Training – Online.

First of all, let me introduce myself. My name is Erich and I am the main contributor to this site. I originally began it as a place to journal my experience with the Lemonade Diet, a 10-Day fast where you eat no food, and drink nothing but a special type of lemonade with the intent to detoxify your body.

Somehow it spread to all types of subjects related to my passion with psychology, health & fitness, self improvement, and personal development.

Learning about what makes someone tick and how I can use that knowledge to better myself and those around me has become the driving force behind the creation of this site. I hope you decide to look around and become a regular reader!

  • As a side note, If you’re interested in preparedness topics like food storage, alternate forms of heating, wilderness survival, personal protection, creating financial health and so on then you’ll be interested in my other site called Tactical Intelligence .NET

    Wilderness survival and preparedness topics have always been a passion of mine and during this time in our economy it seems particularly relevant. Go check it out!

    Here are some of the more popular articles in LifeTrainingOnline that I think you will find very interesting:

    • My Body for Life experience (with before & after photos): For those familiar with the Body for Life challenge, I decided to experiment with it myself over a 12-week period. Check out this page for a detailed look into my progress with statistics and before & after photos!
    • Why I Stopped Drinking Coke and Why You Should Too: Never having been a coffee drinker, I used to pride myself in not joining the flocking masses waiting in line for their morning fix at the nearest Dunkin’ Donuts. It wasn’t until I started working at one of my clients where they provided all-you-can-drink free soda of your choice that I began my own hook. It was Coke.

      Here’s my story of how I became Coke- and eventually soda-free…

    • 10 Days to a Better Life:
      What seems to separate those who find success in life from those who do not, is not a lack of talent, but rather a lack of action. With so many people struggling to overcome inertia and get going, 10 Days to a Better Life describes a simple way to motivate yourself and eventually turn what was once a struggle into a life-long habit.
    • The Art and Science of Reading People: Learning to read people is one of the most important skills you can have in your interpersonal life. Whether you’re focusing on professional success, friendship, romance, marriage, career or parenting, understanding How to Read People will give you the ability to make sound decisions and develop incredible insight into people’s lives. With practice, your ability to understand the core motivations, desires, and thoughts of others can become so accurate as to border on an invasion of privacy.
    • Levels of Consciousness: The Motivation Behind Your Behavior: Would you be interested in understanding how you rate “consciously” in comparison to the world around you? And what that means to the quality of your life? Then read about the different levels of consciousness and see where you fit in!
    • How to Be Charismatic: Lessons from the Dog Whisperer: Why is it that some people seem to exude charisma or presence which captivates and influences those around them, while others have the opposite effect? Did you ever wish you could be more charismatic or have more presence – whether it’s while you’re teaching, public speaking, at your work place, or in your day-to-day life? Well I’m not saying it won’t take some effort on your part, but after learning what makes a charismatic person tick, you’ll be well on your way…
    • The Courage to Live Debt Free – the Principles of Economic Security: “Interest never sleeps nor sickens nor dies; it never goes to the hospital; it works on Sundays and holidays; it never takes a vacation; it never visits nor travels; it takes no pleasure; it is never laid off work nor discharged from employment; it never works on reduced hours. . . . Once in debt, interest is your companion every minute of the day and night; you cannot shun it or slip away from it; you cannot dismiss it; it yields neither to entreaties, demands, or orders; and whenever you get in its way or cross its course or fail to meet its demands, it crushes you.”
    • 52 Personal Development Books in 52 Weeks (series): If you’re interested in reading personal development books but you don’t know which one’s to pick up or you simply don’t have the time, then check out my 52-week long series (still in progress). Each week I choose a different personal-development book and dissect it for all to see, describing in detail the meat of the subject and then leave it up to you for further investigation and study.