Today’s article won’t take much of your time and I promise you won’t want to hit yourself in the head with a frying pan or anything else for that matter. Nope, no deep psychology or philosophical theories that make your head spin. Just some notes on how you can take advantage of the blog while I’m away.
Browse the archives: You’ll find every article I’ve ever written here. Some of it’s good and some not so good. Feel free to comment on any of them. I promise to respond when I return.
Screw Google and ask Justin: Use this search page and type in what it is you’d like to learn more about. There are over 350 articles on the blog realted to health, fitness, wealth, relationships, practical philosophy, and personal growth. Chances are I’ve got something for you.
The BPFG: The Busy Person’s Guide to Health, Fitness, and Looking Better Naked is an ebook I wrote last year that simplifies health and fitness for the time deprived. You can sign-up for a free 5-part email course if you’re interested in learning more about it.
Limitless Body Coaching: When I get back I’ll be opening up personal coaching. It’s a year long coaching program designed to help you get in control of your health and build the body and life you deserve. You can get notified of when it opens and save 35% off by registering here.
When I return: I have about 16 articles already written and ready to go out for you. They’re all based on some of your most frequently asked questions. A little preview below.
- Maybe it’s not about motivation. Maybe it’s about you.
- All about sensory deprivation, float tanks, and relaxation.
- In search of dumbo’s magic feather.
- 2-minute tip that answers the question, “why am I always hungry?”
- How to set and achieve awesome goals through behaviors and outcomes.
That’s it for today. Tomorrow you’ll be getting one more message from me that includes a very brief survey. Ugh, I know – I hate survey’s too. But it’s super short and can be completed in 2 minutes. Plus, it will help me make the site way more useful for you.
Question of the day: What’s your greatest weakness and how can you challenge it?
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