Jordan and I are taking separate trips this weekend and I couldn’t be more excited. I’ll be in San Diego. He’ll be in Vegas. One thing that we learned in our relationship coaching session last week was that a healthy relationship comes together as one (think of it as an inhale) and then there is a necessary exhale (where you spend time apart.) When our relationship needs an exhale... we feel it. We get annoyed more easily with one another. We don’t listen as intently to eachother. And overall we take one another for granted slightly. However when both our needs are being met and we’re WHOLE as individuals and WHOLE as a unit. We thrive. With this necessary coaching we’ve adopted the language “I think the relationship needs an exhale.” Annie asked Jordan to make the call usually because he’s often the one who can sense the need for exhale. My protective mechanism is to recluse so she knows I’d abuse this power. 😂 I’ve made an agreement to not take offense when he makes the call. Then we go to the gym alone, have a night out with a friend or just work in separate parts of the house. Any other couples who live and work together or just spend a lot of time together do anything similar? . Swipe to see how I really act during these shoots. 😂
Can your crash diet from 4 years ago affect fat loss today? Yes and No. Let me explain. From 2013-2016 I was in a caloric deficit more than I was not. In 2017 I took a break from dieting. Ate around maintenance. Gained a few pounds and enjoyed life. In 2018 when I attempted to cut again, nothing worked. I thought I had done everything right. I had taken AN ENTIRE YEAR "off" of dieting Turns out, our bodies don't work that way. In 2017 I would have told a client that if they had spent a year not in a deficit they should respond great to a cut. In 2020 I find out what they've been doing the last 3-4 years in order to set up their cut. If you're extremely confused about how to set up a cut for SUSTAINABILITY we're breaking it down for you on a FREE "Cutting for Keeps" Webinar on Monday the 24th at 7 PM EST. Click the link in my bio to register!
7 years ago I bought the entire Cleveland Browns Training facility. (Swipe for related photos.) Well the equipment anyway. The only reason the opportunity became a reality was because we approached them with a moving company of professional gym movers and $18,000 cash. At the time, I made $40,000 a year at my 9-5. 18K was my literal life savings. I had made 36,40 and 42K a year my 1st 3 years in the work force. In those 3 years I had managed to pay down 30K in debt and save this 18K. To say that I was terrified to write the check was an understatement. What finally made me pull the trigger and jump at the opportunity was this.... I was more terrified to stay the same. I hated my job. I wanted to open a gym (or so I thought I did at the time. In hindsight it would have been a much wiser investment to invest in a business coach for my online business- which I did eventually.) I knew what it looked like not to do it. And although I was scared to fail. I was more scared to never try. That equipment went into storage and then 8 months later when I grew the balls to leave my corporate gig we used it to open Dimond Fitness. That gym was in business for 5 years until I eventually realized that the reason for “my gym” with my name on the wall was more for my ego than it really was to help people. It also didn’t make any money. lol Because that’s what happens in business when you’re focused on yourself and not the customer. Some would say this investment didn’t show a return. I disagree. This investment FORCED me to level up. It put my back against the wall. It forced me to own the title of entrepreneur. I started creating content. I started helping people online. I found the way to truly help people through Online Fitness Coaching. I’ve since helped 3,500+ individuals Transform their bodies and earned 2.5 M in revenue. Would you make an $18,000 investment to return 2.5 Million? Of course you would. Would you make a $1 investment to return $2. I’d hope so. So why aren’t you? Cont👇🏼
Last week I had 4 migraines in 4 days. It got so bad that by the 4th day my vision was so blurred that I made an emergency Ophthalmologist appointment. The overwhelm I felt from unexpeditly not being able to stare at a screen and work had me an emotional wreck. On Thursday night Jordan was running through everything he could say to lift my spirits. He tried... Quotes from The Power of Now, Deep Work and Everything is F*cked. (All 3 of his recent reads.) Things we tell our clients when they’re faced with circumstances outside of their control. Empathizing with me. Tough loving me. Nothing was getting through. Finally he said… “𝘞𝘢𝘯𝘯𝘢 𝘨𝘰 𝘵𝘰 𝘔𝘦𝘹𝘪𝘤𝘰 𝘯𝘦𝘹𝘵 𝘸𝘦𝘦𝘬?” I perked up. Lol Grabbed my computer and said “You serious?” My expression and the first smile he’d seen all week made him serious. I used my ninja travel booking skills and found an entire week all inclusive (we fly free) at the resort where we’re getting married in May for $1600. We promised one another we would still work 3/5 days. And here we are working at the cutest little coffee shop in Mexico. Reconnecting in the evenings. Getting some of the best workouts we’ve gotten in months. On the plane I really tried to think back to when this mentality started for me. When I took total control of my life. Starting taking huge risks and trusting myself. I recalled the exact date in 2013 and I wrote a story about it for you. I’ll share it tomorrow. If you’re in a position where you wish that you could take the risk and do the thing you wanna do career wise I hope it inspires you. 😉
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