Here is a list of hits I’ve gotten on my website up to this year and what topic people are coming to read about
I think this is great because I believe most people do not train or eat correctly for their body type and therefore they get frustrated and go on to just accept the fact they are overweight and give up doing anything about it
They quit the “healthy bandwagon”
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- GT Get Fit Tip: Train for Your Body Type (dnfitness.wordpress.com)
This is a quote I found on the internet from the “The 48 Laws of Power”
Don’t ask me how I found these 48 laws but I did and I read them, to me it was play on General Tso’s (or was it Sun Tzu) The Art of War.
When people start to get in shape and really lose weight and see a BIG difference in the way they look they will get cocky, walk with their shoulders back and chest out.
We shall have no better conditions in the future if we are satisfied with all those which we have at present THOMAS EDISON
Don’t get caught looking in the mirror!
Sorry – its been one of those days
- Viral Video: The Last Facebook Movie Trailer Spoof (Promise!) (kara.allthingsd.com)
Taylor doing the “chicken dance” with a crowd by herself – Happy Birthday
The myth of preparation – Seth Godin (repost)
There are three stages of preparation. (For a speech, a product, an interview, a sporting event…)
The first I’ll call the beginner stage. This is where you make huge progress as a result of incremental effort.
The second is the novice stage. This is the stage in which incremental effort leads to not so much visible increase in quality.
And the third is the expert stage. Here’s where races are won, conversations are started and sales are made. A huge amount of effort, off limits to most people, earns you just a tiny bit of quality. But it’s enough to get through the Dip and be seen as the obvious winner.
Here’s the myth: The novice stage is useful.
If all you’re going to do is go through the novice stage before you ship, don’t bother. If you’re not prepared to put in the grinding work of the expert stage, just do the beginner stuff and stop screwing around. Make it good enough and ship it and move on.
We diddle around in the novice stage because we’re afraid. We polish (but not too much) and go to meetings (plenty of them) and look for deniability, spending hours and hours instead of shipping. And the product, in the end, is not so much better.
I’m all for expertise. Experts, people who push through and make something stunning–we need more of them. But let’s be honest, if you’re not in the habit of being an expert, it’s unlikely your current mode of operation is going to change that any time soon.
Go, give a speech. Go, start a blog. Go, ship that thing that you’ve been hiding. Begin, begin, begin and then improve. Being a novice is way overrated.
- Facebook Warstorm: Hints and Tips for Beginner and Novice Players (brighthub.com)
- The myth of preparation (sethgodin.typepad.com)
- Counterpoint: Getting Started Is Not Overrated, It’s Just Not For Everyone [Productivity] (lifehacker.com)
Big thanks to @tonyroseshow for giving me the opportunity to partake in such an awesome big hot air balloon adventure!!
Being fit is the same thing. You may not be able to look 21 again, but guaranteed you will get the benefits you need to live happily ever after.
Look at yourself.
What do you want?
What do you need?
What could you LOSE?
- How Mick Jagger And Keith Richards Tried To Screw Over Bandmates On The Windows 95 Ads (MSFT) (businessinsider.com)
- Rolling Stones Guitarist Ronnie Wood to Release a Solo Album This Fall (seattlepi.com)
- Celebrity portraits of Mick Jagger and Madonna feature in new exhibition (independent.co.uk)
- Top 20 Rolling Stones Hits (psychedelichippiemusic.blogspot.com)
Watch this one handed super launch my uncle does on this mini remote control plane
- Rc Planes Take You Up in the Clouds (radiocontrolhobbies.co.cc)
- What Grok Can Teach Us About Leisure Time (marksdailyapple.com)
- Save Money by Putting a Dollar-Per-Hour Value on Your Leisure Time [Personal Finance] (lifehacker.com)
- Physiotherapy reduces pain in patients with shoulder problems (news-medical.net)