Exercise

My 2014 Goals + Objectives part II

January 20, 2014 in Exercise
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 It’s 2014. A whole new year. I always like to spend a few days reflecting, looking at the past year, and planning the future. 2013, without a doubt, was a revolutionary year. Many of you have been tracking my progress from the beginning — from my first video about my Passive Income from the 4-Hour […]

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The Results Are In: Here’s What HtS Readers Want Out Of 2014

January 8, 2014 in Exercise

On Monday, I asked you to tell me all the exciting things you were working on for 2014. Wow! You actually responded. Ahhh, so validating. I can honestly say HtS readers are doing some of the most interesting things collectively. Here’s what some of you are working on: Thanks for getting back to me, guys. […]

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What do you want out of 2014?

January 5, 2014 in Exercise
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Last week, for New Years, I decided to relive my old pushup days—this time, in a private jet terminal in Miami. Well—I got regulated in the comments   Sure, I was just trying to show a cool shot. But the beauty of the internet and social media—even though that picture is still totally awesome—-is that […]

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The HtS 2013 Year In Review [Part 1] + Accountability Partner Matchup

January 2, 2014 in Exercise

It’s 2014. Clean slate. If you’ve followed me in the past, you know my struggles with productivity. But in 2013, everything changed. I realized what was holding me back — something much greater than myself. And in 2014, I’m not going to just show you how I did it. I’m going to help you do […]

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Why We Can’t Quantify Ourselves

December 23, 2013 in Exercise

Early last year, I stumbled upon an article on Wired called “You Can’t Improve What You Can’t Measure.“ It struck a chord with me as soon as I saw it, because I realized that a lot of my successes, and the successes of those whom I admire, have been predicated on tracking metrics that matter […]

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