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Buzz Worthy? Dear Son

Ben Does Life & Lost 120 Pounds & His Sadness

You can observe a lot by watching. That’s how I found Ben’s video.

You can do a lot by doing. That’s how Ben lost 120 pounds and his sadness.

As I sit in this Detroit Hotel, writing, I hope you will embrace these words:

If you’re goal isn’t impossible, you’re not reaching high enough.

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Need Help Not Giving Up?

jeff noel’s Exercise Secret?

What is jeff noel’s exercise secret? It’s simple, but it isn’t obvious.

It’s having a goal. And not just some low, boring goal, but something amazing. Something that creates a buzz.

Something beautiful, something impossible.

Something with a deadline, like a competition.

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Maybe It's Impossible

Impossible Goals Defined

Maybe it’s impossible for you to do a ‘zip-line’…

You know what? I assumed everyone got this, until a recent revelation. So here’s my definition of an impossible goal. An impossible goal isn’t something no one has ever done before.

An impossible goal is something you’ve never done before.

Big difference. Maybe you’ve never walked a 5k before. Maybe that’s your impossible goal.

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Maybe It's Impossible

She Felt Trapped

Finland 2009

Ever feel compelled to tell a stranger your story? She said she felt trapped. Trapped inside her body. But her Uncle gave her an epiphany, and her Doctor gave her hope.

Kayla did the rest.

I think Kayla said she wants to lose 197 pounds total. If you’re newer to this health blog, you may have missed the premise, “If you’re goal isn’t impossible, you’re not reaching high enough“. Good luck Kayla!

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Common Sense Is Elusive Maybe It's Impossible

What’s Your Pathetic Excuse?

Need One Of These For Your Pile Of Excuses?
Need One Of These For Your Pile Of Excuses?

You should know, in case you don’t, I respond to every single comment and email you send. Yesterday’s Lane 8 post had a comment from occasional Guest Blogger, Skip.

Here’s the reply I just wrote, it feels post-worthy:

What if, instead of your outward appearance, you thought of your “comeback” in terms of showing your daughters that getting older doesn’t mean we have to compromise an active, healthy lifestyle?

That getting older isn’t a jail sentence to ill-health.

Do you want your daughters and your grandchildren to be unhealthy when they get older?

What will motivate them to “break the cycle” and be the change, if you can’t, or won’t, do it?