To all of the unique people who want(ed) their transformation to begin on January 1st because everyone else is doing it, remember: if you go with the flow, you might miss the boat.
Moving takes us on a journey into our past. We discover hidden, dusty gems; old photos, dog-eared books and troves of long forgotten items, so carefully tucked away, their existence was completely left behind, perhaps even forgotten.
“For the body to reduce fat content enough to actually appreciate the muscles you’ve worked so hard to show off, it has to be absolutely convinced that you can safely get by with a low body fat percentage,” said Paul Chek.
Written on the notice board of my gym was this simple, but provocative adage, “if you do what you’ve always done, you will get what you’ve always gotten.”
Brendan Brazier is tall. But why does this surprise me? As a professional Ironman triathlete and a two-time Canadian Ultra Marathon Champion, Brendan Brazier is an “organic” force many athletes aspire to be.
I learned a lot about life behind bars from a guy named Chuck. Knowledge which I hope I never would need. However, this tidbit may prove useful, be it in or out of prison: be careful who you tell what to, about what you know, but aren’t saying.
Did you know, if you lose 35 pounds, if you’re a male, you are gaining one inch of penis length? Dr. Oz said this on Oprah! And as the women, in the audience, giggled and Oprah blushed, I wondered how many women fell in love with Dr. Oz that day, and how many more wondered how much weight their husband was capable of losing.
If there were no rules, that’s what Brook Lee would do. Who would believe that a model, a beauty queen, a Miss USA… a Miss Universe would — could— admit this? Brook Lee did, in front of millions of people. A witty — and gallant — declaration that resonated and possibly secured her title of Miss Universe.
Peace comes when you realize how you react to life’s situations is more important than the situation itself. Let’s talk a bit about situations, those circumstances or conditions that are related to a specific event and or actions.
One of the first steps one must take in becoming the person you want to be, is to let go of the person you used to be. And it starts with possessions.
The morning I interviewed Lou Ferrigno, I felt un-strong. The familiar, brawny person in the mirror had become unfamiliar, and instead, what looked back at me was that inner nerd I no longer wanted to be.
Maria Shriver talks to me about people’s emotional connection with food, the importance of exercise and how to follow your dreams — especially when surrounded by adversity.
The main point of Howcast’s advice on saving money by eliminating things you don’t need, insinuates that people who need to save money are in financial duress. Some are possibly unemployed making the mere act of going somewhere, typically a place that fosters productivity and is outside of your “stressful space” — critical to maintaining your peace of mind.
Mark Zuckerberg created Facebook after being dumped. The girl he was dating decided that he wasn’t worthy enough, for whatever reason, and cast him aside. Now, Zuckerberg dates super models — or anyone he chooses. Without a doubt, that girl will go to her grave regretting her decision, while the rest of the world thanks her.
We are attracted to the things we cannot or are not supposed to have. It is why Eve bit into the apple and why there are so many gay Mormons, pedophile priests and hypocritical Republicans. The basic fundamental rule of attraction is this: we want what we cannot have.