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The Inner Fitness Project


I Love Being ME

We help you prioritize your inner fitness. Did you know that it is predicted that by 2030 the largest health risk on earth will be depression? That’s right, depression! The good news is that you can get in front of this trend. The state of the world needs you to prioritize your inner fitness and practice turning wellbeing concepts into a lifestyle.

According to the World Health Organization, wellness for the mind will be one of the most meaningful, powerful trends for the next several decades and will become a new category and culture, with very new paths to emotional wellbeing and happiness. 

The Inner Fitness Project is a wellbeing initiative that teaches effective, reliable “inner” practices for navigating your past, present, and future with resilience, power, and vision so you can. . . 


When it comes to physical fitness there are many paths you can take to reach your physical strength and wellness goals. To name a few, you can workout at the gym, play tennis, hike, run and cycle. Over your lifetime, you will likely have engaged a number of different physical fitness practices. 


This is equally true when it comes to your inner fitness. There are many paths to developing greater inner resilience and wellbeing. The starting point is the desire to move beyond your current limitations and become more resilient and authentic. 


This pathways chart identifies a few ways you can begin or broaden your inner fitness journey starting today. All that is necessary in order to embark upon the journey back to your Self is a compelling desire to discover more of the thriving, infinite Self that is already inside of you. 


Pick a path, any path, and get started. The Little Book of Big Lies and our inner fitness workouts are a great way for you to begin or continue to transform into that more alive and less afraid iteration of your Self.

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“Faith is the most important thing in your life. It is impossible to arrive at the grandeur of its possibility through petty thinking and small ideas.”

–Ernest Holmes



Tina Lifford is an Inner Fitness Trainer and CEO of The Inner Fitness Project, a wellbeing initiative that teaches effective, reliable “inner” practices for navigating your past, present, and future with resilience, power, and wisdom. She is the respected playwright of The Circle, a play about how seven diverse women navigate the choppy waters of life together and author of The Little Book of BIG LIES, released by Harper Collins/Amistad November 2019. Tina is also a veteran actress, lovingly known as as Aunt Vi from the critically acclaimed television drama Queen Sugar. 

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Morgan Stiff is a Jill of all trades. A professor, film producer, editor, and talent manager in previous iterations of her life, this dedicated yogi and seeker is committed to the mission of The Inner Fitness Project and helping others tap into their inner source of resilience and power. As the co-founder and Chief Productions Officer of Morgan’s Mark, she helped writers and directors develop their voice and express their vision through producing and editing a diverse slate of films. In her capacity as the Chief Operating Officer for The Inner Fitness Project she hopes to help many listen to their inner voice as they do the work necessary to grow and thrive. 


“There are years that ask questions and years that answer.”
–Zora Neale Hurston







"Every time we become aware of a thought, as opposed to being lost in a thought, we experience that opening in the mind."

–Joseph Goldstein

Krista Jones High, formerly an Environmental Scientist, became a copywriter in the personal development industry in 2002. She collaborated on dozens of projects and wrote hundreds of promotions for Nightingale-Conant Corporation, Proctor Gallagher Institute, and other industry leaders for twenty years. Passionate about The Inner Fitness Project's mission, Krista hopes to help women grow into iterations of themselves they've previously only imagined.

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