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[1: 1,874 of 10,000] Change Is Difficult But Worth It

In Journal on April 21, 2017 at 4:56 PM

Gym

Change is difficult but it is important to step outside my comfort zone to see progress. A life without progress was the feeling of death due to depression.

I am so grateful that I can afford it so I signed up for gym membership and a personal trainer and it is changing my life positively.

I never like exercise but my right working mind knows that my body needs it. It is futile for me to go to the gym without signing up for a guide otherwise I would just end up messy without doing the exercise correctly, I needed professional help. I also need somebody to boost my confidence that I am doing something right (regardless that he is paid to do so).

I have always thought that my body will always have a fat limit, always comfortable saying, ‘This is the fattest that I have ever been’; only to notice that every year I get heavier as I age. I kept eating unhealthy food, I LOVE RICE, and I wasn’t moving. I couldn’t fool myself that I have my limit because my weight kept increasing, my belly looked like a nine-month pregnant or carrying a beer belly like my dad did (yet I don’t even like beer), I now have food allergies, and worst depressed with life although I conceal it.

I have been going to the gym as much as possible three times a week. I usually go home sore in various body parts but I feel really happy. Every time I sweat profusely at the gym, it feels like shedding off my bad voodoos away. I am automatically also conscious about what I eat now and really paying attention to my trainer who knows best except counting the calories of all food intake, I still don’t want to learn that.

My tummy is now smaller than it used to be. My happiness level is genuine and moving uphill. My energy is not 100% strong but I have that inner glow to appreciate the beautiful, to be very hopeful that life is freakishly amazing, and the will power to make things happen. Was all these a result of the gym, maybe not, but it is one heck of a great starting point for a positive life. Go and exercise, not necessarily for weight loss, but think to live a ‘healthy life’.

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[1: 1,818 of 10,000] Face The Difficult

In Article on November 29, 2016 at 12:44 AM

I am afraid of the difficult because I am afraid to fail; but I believe that growth and success of the future stem there.

Hearing the interview of James Altucher with Seth Godin inspired me to face my road blocks and keep persevering.

Seth Godin & James Altucher

My favorite lessons from the podcast talk were:

  1. A great work or business is made of a good taste or a true art meaning a job that is excellent, nothing less.
  2. In life or in business, ask the question: “Is this going to contribute for a positive change that I seek?”
  3. Would you like to lead a tribe? Make sure to show up and give value. Make sure that the answer to the question “Is it worth it?” will blow everyone’s mind.
  4. Lift up the pressure and know what you need to break even and be mindful to deliver a work that you can be proud of.
  5. Keep evolving and be brave to serve new tribe only with good intentions. Don’t settle to keep showing the same great things to the same crowd. Expound!