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Year Of Push 1.10 Tears & Determination

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Hey guys, if you're new to these posts, listen to this podcast episode to get the scoop on what changes I'm making in my life and you can start back at my first daily post here. I love mornings! I was born for mornings! I really look forward to getting to work each morning but there are definitely days when I don't want to do what I need to do. ...Read More

306: Getting (Back To) A Place Of Progress

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I love everything about this episode! Today I'm sharing a conversation I had with one of my Fat Loss Fast Track veterans about getting back to a period of progress after a lull or setback. We chat about specific tactics and strategies to bounce back and create momentum when you don't feel like you're in a great place. We chat about food drama, hunger, and creating motivation. This episode is ...Read More

301: Workshop – Eliminating Excuses

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Today we're tackling "the gap" - the space between where you are and where you want to be or between what you intend to do and what you actually do. In that gap are your excuses. This is a bit of a workshop episode on eliminating excuses. Once you do that, you close the gap between your ideal and your reality. It's time to stop accepting and believing your excuses. ...Read More

298: Turn Thinking Into Doing

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Many of us spend an absurd amount of time thinking. We want to understand our behavior. We want to craft a perfect plan. We ask a million questions about our choices, decisions and lack of motivation. It's time to turn thinking into doing so we can use our precious energy in a way that gets results. Todays episode is just that: how to turn thinking into doing. Let's go! Listen Now ...Read More

Rebuilding: Starting From Scratch

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Rebuilding. That’s the phase of life I’m in. It’s amazing. It’s exciting. It can be a little scary if I let it. And here’s the best part - it’s possible every day, for every person, no matter what’s going on in your life. I think that’s one of the most undervalued & underappreciated parts of life. The ability to rebuild, in any and every moment. All it takes is a ...Read More

296: Training Your Focus On What You Want Most

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One of the fastest ways to accelerate your progress & increase your results is by training your brain to focus more consistently on what you want most instead of on what you want now. This is the key to becoming stronger than your temptations & excuses. In today's episode I'll talk about a 5-minute daily exercise to help you train your brain and I'll share a snippet of a conversation ...Read More

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Fat Loss Best Practices

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I hate to disappoint you, but "eating healthy" doesn't guarantee fat loss. I can't tell you how many people I talk with who are frustrated that they've cleaned up their eating habits but aren't seeing fat loss results. Eating clean isn't enough. If what you're doing isn't working, it's time for a change. And while you're here: get used to it. Get used to things changing. Get used to things ...Read More

295: Billion Dollar Life Lessons From Ray Dalio

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Whether or not you've ever heard of billionaire business tycoon Ray Dalio, you can absolutely learn from his philosophies on life & success. In 2010 he published his own principles & operating systems for wealth, happiness and goal achievement. In today's episode we're mining the billion dollar life lessons contained within. Without exception, these principles are game changers! If you're goal is health, fitness, fat loss, financial or anything in ...Read More

294: How To Bounce Back

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The other day I was in the middle of a hard workout and I thought of a lesson I learned from one of my past trainers (and great friend), Nathan Keil. See, I used to use the transition from one exercise to another as a build in pause or rest. Whether it was 5 seconds or a minute, it was a built-in rest. One day, during a particularly intense workout, ...Read More

Perspective: Becoming Warren Buffett

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The other day I watched the new HBO documentary Becoming Warren Buffett. If you aren’t familiar with Warren Buffet, he is a self-made billionaire investor and I think he’s pretty brilliant. I’ve been fascinated with his life for years. In the documentary, he sits down with a group of students and poses the following hypothetical scenario: He said: imagine I’m going to buy each one of you a car. Any ...Read More