What is the best diet plan? Is there one that is superior to others? The answer is both complicated and simple. Some diets tell you to eat tons of bacon. Others state it is about extreme calorie deficit. A successful diet is one that you will stick with over a longer duration. The diet that you can sustain is the life that you will be able to sustain. It is vital to know both the number of calories (energy) you consume as well as the calories (energy) you expend. Nutrition accounts for 75-80% of your overall health. You have heard it stated that you can not out exercise a poor diet. You can, however, adjust many aspects of a healthy lifestyle. It is imperative that you track your Basal Metabolic Rate, Non-Exercise Activities, Thermogenic Effect of Food, as well as move calories. From a scientific standpoint, if you expend more calories then you consume, you will lose weight. And so what diet is the perfect diet? The perfect diet is the one that you stick to. At the end of the day, as long as you have a calorie deficit and you're consistent, you're going to lose weight.
All too often we are married to the wrong thing. No, not your spouse; not that kind of marriage. When you are solely focused on results you will get more discouraged. Instead, focus on the journey.
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Recently my wife and I found ourselves in the 1 percent. No, not that 1 percent. In this episode Becky and I discuss the high performance habits of being brave and courageous. Also, a little peak behind the curtain and adjusting with our teenagers.
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Children. They can often cause us to show our worst side. In this episode, we discuss the 4 secrets to getting your kids to do what you ask. Taken from a recent video training, my wife Becky and I discuss raising our children and how we managed a house of 6 kids while growing our businesses.
In this episode I have a great conversation with my wife, Becky Leonard. She is a successful entrepreneur and team leader. Over the course of her career she has built several direct sales teams, owned a jewelry store, and is a creative photographer. She has many insights into leading teams and building a successful and happy business.
We are ALL broken. So often leaders talk about GRIT and learning to be patient through our trials. In this episode I talk about how we can work WITH our trials.
Courtney Watkins is a mom of three, super attractor, succesful entrepreneur, and breast cancer survivor. In this episode she talks about overcoming trials and building a successful business while being a young mother. Her views on taking risks, overcoming trials, and focusing on positivity will encourage you to be your best.
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Jake White is the founder of Party.0 (pronounced "party point oh"). They throw massive sober house parties for universities and organizations. In this episode Jake discusses why it is important to make decisions for yourself, how to destruct your comfort zone, and realizing that you make an impact on the world.
Dan Ralphs is a Dream Manager, founder of The Dream School, and TEDx Speaker. He specializes in helping people get out of their ruts and start living their dreams. His practical tools for overcoming fear will help you achieve more and be happier doing it. In this episode we talk about removing roadblocks, overcoming fear, and chasing your dreams so you can live without regrets. He can be reached at thedreamblog.com