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377: Destructive Impact of Overthinking

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Progress stems from what you do. Change requires action yet most of us spend most of our time in thought. In today's episode we're talking about the destructive impact of overthinking. You do not need to learn from your theoretic strategy - you will learn from your actual strategy. When you aren't sure what to do, simplify your thought process, pick the choice that is most likely to help you ...Read More

Joy Is Created, Not Consumed

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I needed a little fresh air this afternoon so I took a quick break to carry my trash out. Yup, that's what a break looked like today. Anyways, while I was walking, a thought popped into my head: Joy is something I create, not something I consume. If you'd rather rather listen to this blog than read it, please click here to listen on my Anchor channel. I've shared with ...Read More

Defensiveness & A Deficit Mindset

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Last year I went out to dinner with my mom & my sister. As we waited for our meal I asked if they would indulge me in a little experiment. I wanted one of them to share a problem or a challenge they were having but they had to share it in the form of a question. If you'd rather listen to this blog than read it, please click here ...Read More

Lies That Hold You Hostage

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Yesterday I posted a quote on Instagram that probably makes people nod & agree, but that's not enough. That's really, really not enough. This quote should change you. It should move you to action. It should prompt you to sit down and ask yourself, "what are the lies that are holding me hostage?" (If you'd rather listen to this blog post than read it, please click here to listen on ...Read More

375: Moving From Intention To Execution

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The way we think about & approach fat loss is a problem. When we focus too much on the overall strategy and not enough on the daily strategy, a few things happens: We can undervalue the importance of today because there is no immediacy to the macro view We can overwhelm ourselves because we're looking at all the work that needs to be done & all the changes that need ...Read More

How To Win The 5 Year Game

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Marketing tycoon Gary Vaynerchuk says that you win the 5 year game by winning the 5 minute game. This is exactly what I try to execute related to my own health & fitness goals and how I try to talk my clients off the ledge of overwhelm & frustration. If you'd rather listen to this blog than read it, click here to listen on my Anchor channel. Please note: the ...Read More

374: Primal Masters Club Interviews Elizabeth

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Back in July  you guys suggested that we turn the tables on the podcast and I be in the hot seat for an interview. I turned to my Primal Potential Masters Club to put together a list of questions and I'm sharing parts of the interview with you! We are talking struggles, moderation, body acceptance, goals and so much more on today's podcast. I share my thoughts on what has ...Read More

You’re Nuts & Mine

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Let's talk nuts. First, the title here isn't a typo. You are nuts. If you'd rather listen to this blog than read it, click here to listen on my Anchor channel. Please note that Anchor is not my podcast - it's a short-form audio only casual content channel where I share daily thoughts, challenges & answer your questions.  I'm gonna keep this part short. If you aren't happy with your ...Read More

372: Dating & Fat Loss

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Dating & fat loss. We are going there today. Whether you are married, dating or single, this episode will tackle mindsets & strategies for staying true to your goals regardless of what people in your life eat or choose. The reality is: no matter who you are with or what anyone around you chooses, you are always 100% in control of what you put in your mouth, how much & ...Read More

You Have To Push

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If you want different results, you're going to have to make different choices. You'll reach a point where your current choices take you as far as they can & if you want to go further, you've got to push harder or work smarter. You cannot go to the gym every day & do the same workout with the same weights and expect your body to continue to change. It won't. ...Read More