So, I am trying something a little new this week and I would love your feedback. I am going to post something new each day (Monday to Friday).
Here is what I am thinking.
- Motivation Monday-2 minutes of motivation
This will be some lesson done in a way to motivate and inspire you to act and hopefully make you smile when I do something completely stupid on camera.
- Underground Tuesday
I will take you behind the scenes of some stuff that I am either struggling with (no sobbing or all out blubbering, I promise), or things I use or have created to make life easier for myself as I continue to be primal and develop a program that is unique to my needs.
- Exercise Wednesday
I will profile a new exercise for you that will really help create massive transformation with how your body looks and really help launch the fat burning process.
- Interview Thursday
Each week I am hoping to have one interview with someone doing something that we can all learn from.
Warning: I should state here that the people I interview will not necessarily be from the primal/paleo world. In fact, most will not be. My personal philosophy is that each of use needs to build our own personal program "stealing" as many great ideas from other people and other programs as we can.
A such, my first interview is with a guy who is a bit of a big wig on the internet. In this post, he was cited as one of 57 Living Legends in the online world. (Footnote: I am blatantly misleading people by telling them I was number 58
His name is David Siteman Garland, who is the creator of the wildly popular, The Rise To The Top. This dude is pretty huge in fact. He has interviewed some really big people including Tim Ferris. Check out his stuff if you get a chance. It's really good!
He has currently embarked on a body transformation program and I have invited him on to tell his story. I'm excited to see what I can learn from him so stay tuned for that.
- Community Friday
Here I will give a much deserved shout-out to some awesome community members who go above and beyond the call of duty. And I will also answer any questions people have for me (I will probably will pick 3 to answer...why 3...because I can't count to four).
What do you think about that? Let me know in the comments below.
So on to today's video...
I had to work my a$$ off to get this bad boy to come in at exactly 2 minutes.
Today's lesson: Why (physical and emotional) innovation is an invitation for failure. ENJOY! I sure did.
FAVOUR: if you like this bad boy I ask that you share the link, embed the video on your site, hit that Facebook like button (that is a big help) and tweet this baby!
To being primal,