Today's episode is all about what typically leads to fat loss while maintaining or building muscle. Find out why eating, moving and sleeping consistently can help, and how you can build all of this into your already busy life.
Among our friends and family, we all do things for different reasons. At our job, we all work for different reasons. And in life, we all respond in different ways and for different reasons. Sometimes these reasons are good, sometimes these reasons are bad, and sometimes our reasons just don’t make plain sense. The reminder today is simple: always be analyzing your reasons.
Throughout your life, you have been groomed to believe that motivation is reliable. That in order to stay on track to be your best self, you just have to be always motivated. This thinking couldn’t be further from the truth. Motivation is not the true engine of behavior change and the first step is to stop with the self-imposed guilt trips.
To rally past the pandemic, think about what you can do today that will make an impact tomorrow. Rediscover your purpose and believe again that everything can be different. It will be different. Hope is sometimes all you need.
By definition, self-control is the ability to regulate one's emotions, thoughts, and behavior in the face of temptations and impulses. If you are someone with great self-control, you never cave and in the face of challenges you always exhibit positive restraint. However, do those who exhibit greater willpower (self-control) just have a more accessible brake that they pull?
Reiki is a Japanese stress reduction technique that can help declutter your internal energy. Guest Caroline Woolard talks with Jeff and Rachael about how Reiki can help you slow down, relieve stress and reduce pain.
Have you ever achieved anything in life without believing that it was possible? Have you ever NOT had to push for something that was worth it? When something is worth it, no challenge is insurmountable. All you have to do is believe and push.
"Look at what’s right in front of you. What happens day in and day out that truly makes your day great? By taking notice, acknowledging and living with recognition, your life just becomes that much better.
Unlike weaker desires that make you want to do something, necessity demands that you take action. When you feel necessity you don’t sit around wishing or hoping. You get things done. You take action (and continue those actions) overtime.
No matter how consistent you are with your habits, it is inevitable that life will interrupt you at some point. It will get in the way of perfection. The more you try to make things go perfectly, the more they won’t.
When you think about life we have to remember that we rely on energy. We use it everyday. It is the fuel for each of our gas tanks. Energy is the strength and vitality required for sustained physical and mental activity.
Whether you know it or don’t know it at the time, we all experience triggering events. A trigger event is a particular situation that prompts your life to be different. It is a situation that evokes learning, growth and hopeful improvement. The positive from trigger events is that they force you to show up differently.