I get asked all the time when I’m at conferences or speaking engagements, “Wow…I want what you have. How can I get it? How’d you get so lucky?” It’s incredibly simple. So simple that anyone can do it. I show up and never quit.
Hey hey! I hope you all had an awesome weekend, and you know what that means…another batch of the best health & fitness articles from last week! If you haven’t been following me for long, I pull together five articles each week to help keep you abreast of interesting bits of info, healthy recipes, and fitness trends so you can focus on your hectic life and keeping up with your fitness goals.
My buddy, and fellow Beachbody Coach, Chris Balmert absolutely nails it with this video about some real life excuses he’s heard from people on why they can’t get started working towards their goals. At the end of the day, you have to choose whether you’re willing to put in the work to get what you want or you’re okay just giving an excuse. You just have to ask yourself if your future, your dream, is worth an excuse?
Hello hello hello! Coach Jimmy here and I’m back with another round of the best and brightest health & fitness articles from last week. For the newbies, I grab five of the best articles I ran across last week that have useful tips and information to help you all on your weight loss journeys. It’s one less thing that you have to keep up with and if it helps you hit your goals, I’m happy!
So I got a quick tip for you today and it’s one that I’ve been using for a really long time but I think it’s always important to give credit where credit is due. I consider myself the ultimate student when it comes to student of the game when it comes to business and productivity and getting ahead in areas, which is funny because as a former three-time college dropout, I used to have a belief system that I was a very bad student. I just realized I was in the wrong structure that the formal structure of school and college and the way the traditional world tells you that you’re supposed to learn, I didn’t fit into very well and so I was told, “Hey you’re a bad student.”
Much of what we do in our professional lives doesn’t pay immediate dividends. It’s what I’ve taken to calling “painting the fence”, because it’s so easy to focus on getting the results you can’t control rather than the things in your control.