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Why You’re Giving Up (Again)

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I had a call with a Fat Loss Fast Track client yesterday. It was a tough call. I thought about her all night - how I could help, how I could talk about the situation differently, in a way she might be willing & able to hear. If you'd rather listen to this blog than read it, please click here to listen on Anchor. Please note that Anchor is not ...Read More

382: The Relationship Between Hunger & Results

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In today's episode I'm talking with one of my current Fat Loss Fast Track clients. For the first weeks, she was struggling to see results. But, in the two weeks prior to our chat, she had lost 5 pounds. I asked her what changed. She said, "I started really paying attention to my hunger." Guys, hunger is so major. Sometimes, as was the case for this client, when we're eating ...Read More

Be Consistently Not Stupid

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Months ago I found a beautiful quote on Instagram and have shared it a couple times since. It says "starve what keeps you stranded. Feed what makes you fly". If you'd rather listen to this blog than read it, please click here to listen on Anchor. Please note, Anchor is NOT the Primal Potential podcast, it's just a short form audio content channel I use for these blogs & personal ...Read More

When Planning Prevents Progress

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After my workout this morning I sat outside to finish Stretch - Unlock the Power of Less & Achieve More Than You Ever Imagined. I had an hour before my chiropractor appointment and I try to make those most of those little windows of time. If you'd rather listen to today's blog than read it, please click here to listen on Anchor.  The book tells a crazy (and true) story ...Read More

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

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

Positivity Pledge

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What we achieve, or fail to achieve, depends largely on our attitude & mindset. That's why I created a positivity pledge for everyone who attended ASCEND Nashville back in 2016. As I get prepared for a life-changing weekend at ASCEND Boston in November, I was going back through the workbook from last year. One of the first pages is the positivity pledge & I thought I'd share it with you. ...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

Fear Decisions Or Growth Decisions?

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I am an introvert. For real, it's true. It hasn't always been that way but absolutely has been for the last 10-15 years. I am consciously choosing to not let my shyness be a barrier to connection but rather to break down that barrier, choice by choice. If you'd rather listen to this blog than read it, please click here to listen on my Anchor channel. One of the ways ...Read More

373: Creating Change, ASCEND & Ella

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This is a special, random, unexpected mini-sode. Today, in fact, just a few minutes ago, my girlfriend Ella from On Air with Ella called to ask me about ASCEND. When I picked up the call she said "I'm recording us" which was totally fine because we've had about a million casual conversations where after the fact we've thought - hey, that was some deep stuff. That could have been a ...Read More