Monday, January 07, 2013

Motivation and Law of Attraction and More

Yes, a motivational Monday. With required exclamation point, of course.

Here is the most well "Liked" update I have ever added to Facebook:

"If you want to build wealth, hang around wealthy people. If you want to stop smoking, hang around people that don’t smoke. If you want to have a good relationship with God, hang around people that have a good relationship with God. If you want to be fit and healthy, hang around people that are fit and healthy. If you want to be a good person, hang around good people. They ARE out there. They WANT to help. Be there, and let them."

And the 2nd most popular:

"Get rid of that negative self-talk. Change your mindset to one where you truly believe in yourself."

Today's Training Resources:
Hardest TT metabolic workout (as voted by Mike Whitfield, CTT, and many others)

Do more pullups with this kick-butt trainer (she can do more than you)

And a reader question:

Q: Hey Craig, for ultimate fat loss over the next 90 days, is the better option to have a cheat meal or day, followed by a light fast, or to try to stick to a healthy eating schedule 24/7? Which one yields the best results? Or any other recommendation? Thanks!! p.s. Just wrapping up with the Personal Coaching Plan Workbook. Incredible stuff Craig. I appreciate it. - Brandon


Thanks so much for the kit feedback, appreciated. For diet, get someone's specific meal plans or follow ESE. I suggest Isabel De Los Rios or our program at

And for other readers wondering about the "Personal Coaching Plan" he mentioned, it's my life's work all wrapped up in an important kit to help you battle your inner demons and make this your best year ever

Whew. Lots of stuff for you today.

I even wrote an article on the "Truth About the Law Of Attraction" here for you. It's the blueprint for getting what you want out of life:

And Leo from Zen Habits posted one of my articles here:


Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer

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