April 27, 2012
Comments Off on Epic Win Friday! Weight loss, new job, bellydancing, and more!
SuperBetter players are continuing to rock the world with their incredible epic wins. Check out these successes from our players from the last couple weeks! Misty (Epic Win: Down to 155): “Today I actually went PAST my epic win by … Continue reading
April 24, 2012
Chelsea likes making games that make a difference. At Zynga she designed and analyzed features that touched tens of millions of people on FarmVille, and at SuperBetter Labs she’s using research on positive emotion and social connection to make those … Continue reading
April 13, 2012
Comments Off on All-Stars: Overcoming bad guys and staying motivated
Our All-Stars are about halfway to their epic wins, and their energy is contagious! Check out videos from four of our fitness fighters and weight loss warriors, where they talk about battles with the Coalition of Cholesterol, biological warfare (holy … Continue reading
April 9, 2012
Comments Off on Player Blog: Asking for Help & Breaking Free of Isolation
Last week I really tested out what I learned about Hypervigilance with a great group of people. Each time my mind started to wonder things like What did they really mean by that? Maybe they don’t like me,and etc., I … Continue reading
April 6, 2012
Comments Off on New Epic Wins! Diet changes, busting negativity, and more!
The epic wins keep rolling in! This week, check out the epic wins by two All-Stars, Meg and Denyse, as well as special player Mia Quinn. Christina (Epic Win: Complete one week using Drs Ken’s Plan. 3/20 – 3/27 – … Continue reading
April 4, 2012
Comments Off on Who writes the Power Packs anyway? Meet Meredith!
When I first started writing the Rest Easy Power Pack for SuperBetter, a couple of things happened. First, I started using the word super as an adverb way too much. I found myself saying things like, I’m working on the … Continue reading
April 2, 2012
Comments Off on Player blog: 19mm
19 millimeters. It doesn’t seem very big. Not very far… What kind of impact could 19 tiny little millimeters (or, for my American friends, about 3/4 of an inch) possibly have on the life of a distance runner? Pretty big as it … Continue reading