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July 17, 2012 4:30 PM
My motivation for today came while I was in the shower, oddly enough. Mumford and Sons started playing on my Pandora station.



"...In these bodies we will live, in these bodies we will die and where you invest your love, you invest your life..." - Mumford and Sons, "Awake My Soul"



It just reminded me that I only have one body and one life. That's all I get and I'd better take damn good care of it and invest myself wisely. Just thought I would share.

Anyone else have any unexpected inspiration?
Edited by SuperSexyDork On July 17, 2012 4:40 PM
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July 17, 2012 5:04 PM
People can offer you encouragement and inspiration but true motivation is all internal.
We either have that drive or need to find a way to ignite it.

To light that fire, be honest, and answer for yourself:
Why do I want to be healthy and fit? Discover the real answer, and attach great pleasure to that as you set your goals.
Feel and experience that joy when you think of being healthy and fit.

And then ask yourself why do you NOT want to be fat?
Connect with that reason burning pain that you can really feel every time you think about being fat.

This is the key to internal motivation.
Few people can actually do this which is why most people fail in their efforts over and over.
Take the time to do this, and you'll touch off a powder keg of determination and drive.
Sure, you may have challenges; we all do, but you'll keep punching and reach your goals.

All Is Possible!
July 17, 2012 6:36 PM
Bobby, you always dish out great advice. It's always worth listening to!

Sometimes you get the most meaningful messages where you least expect them though, ya know?
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July 17, 2012 7:23 PM
Great way to think about it smile

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