Believe it or not, this is going to be about your health, your well-being and how we can make them better. Just not right away!
So I finish my workout, and have a little bit of time before I have to get anything or pick anybody up.
Gives me time to do one of my favorite things…head for the sauna.
Let me tell you, when you’re sitting in 175 degree heat, it becomes a little easier to relax…and say what’s on your mind.
Two gents were in there before me. They were having a conversation about a movie they both wanted to see. Don’t remember which one it was.
But the conversation veered off to how they knew people who found ways to get bootleg copies, and the best sites to watch free versions of them.
Like I said, when you’re sitting in heat that takes the toxins out of your body, it’s easier to speak your peace. Plus I think I would have done it anyway.
I told them two simple truths…
1. If everyone stops paying for movies, the people who make them won’t have any incentive to keep doing so. There has to be a balance between giving and receiving to keep society moving.
2. When we value something, that value increases when we pay fairly to have it. Whether it’s a movie, or a meal, or a training program…to try and cheat the owner of it is a denial of your worthiness to accept.
If there’s a movie I want to see, I am more than happy to throw down my ten bucks and enjoy it, preferably with someone who will enjoy it with me.
I looked each of them in the eye while I said it. Nicely, but firmly.
They got it.
Here’s the part where it’s about you, and your health and wellness. And your weight, if that’s an issue.
I don’t doubt for a minute most of the products that are on the market are pretty good quality.
The shakes, the vitamins, the food supplements, the skinny wraps, etc.
And the exercise equipment, the gym memberships…same thing.
But those are the back end of the equation, not the front end.
And too many people are using them as the quick fix to get skinny.
Yeah…I said skinny. That’s a miserable word. But that’s another story.
Wellness and a good weight happen when you feel like you’re supposed to be strong, fit and happy.
Trying to lose weight by cheating the process is the same thing as not paying to watch a movie.
You might get to see it, but deep down you won’t get the satisfaction.
And in the case of weight loss and wellness, there is always a correction. Always.
You might see some short term results.
Check back in a few months. Tell me what’s happening.
And even worse, your confidence takes a beating when the weight comes back, the energy goes down and the numbers go bad.
That’s why I started the T3 Method.
Total Transition Training.
Because when you feel good, right, energized and ready for success.
The right tools really do become the right tools.
And getting healthy becomes fun, not work.
I know. I’m living proof.
And so are the folks who joined us in the pilot group earlier this year.
We’re in Pre-Launch until January 15.
If you join us now, all kinds of good things will happen.
CLICK HERE to find out what they are.
P.S.: More truth: the cost for the T3 Method is stupidly cheap.
It’s not free. Can’t be, or you won’t find any value in it.
But it’s way cheaper than it probably should be. I may have to raise the price at some point.
Sign up for updates on the form at the top of this page. You’ll get a note about why it’s so cheap. There actually is a method behind my madness.
What are some of the ways you’ve tried to “cheat the process?” Doesn’t have to be about movies, or weight loss.
What happened? Did you do something different that gave you better results?
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