12 Days of Vegan Bodybuilding & Fitness - December 20-31, 2011
To create a structure and formula for success in a health and fitness program, providing helpful tools, resources, and guidance to turn goals into reality, making New Year’s Resolutions come true.
Follow the 12 Days of Vegan Bodybuilding & Fitness to achieve your New Year’s Resolutions! This 12-Day Formula For Success is the platform you need to finally make your health and fitness goals a reality.Full details here: viewtopic.php?f=19&t=26972Daily Inspiration From Robert Cheeke's New book Think Differently due out in 2012:
"Have you taken the time to look in the mirror and sincerely ask yourself, 'What do I want to do for the rest of my life?' Why not? Take some time in the near future to do that. Set the book down and make it happen. Why a mirror? There is something about being there, fully present, open and honest with yourself, looking into your own eyes while feeling your heart beat that makes your answers seem far more sincere than without the use of a mirror. Whatever your answers are, take them seriously, as this could be one of those “moments” that changes the course of life. Perform this exercise often, at whatever rate is comfortable for you. Every month, every six months, every year, or whenever you’re not 100% happy in life. Whenever your answer changes to something different, go pursue that new interest and make it a passion in your life, creating your new future.
Passions will likely change, and with each new interest comes new opportunities to thoroughly enjoy other aspects of life. You may love playing the piano now and you’ll love it until the day you die, but always be open to something else that comes into your life and tugs at your heart. When you follow your heart and engage in the activities that mean the most you, you’ll get the most out of life. Your passions won’t be the same as mine or the same as your neighbor or your loved ones. They are unique to you and your own desires. They may be shared by your partner, by your children or by others impacted by the joy you get from pursuing your passion, but they are still uniquely yours. How do we find a passion in the first place? Often by observing the behavior of someone else actively pursuing theirs.
When we have a teacher who clearly loves what they do, we may take note of that and want to be like them someday. We may or may not be presently aware of what led us to that decision to major in education in college, but tracing steps back, we’ll likely find our source. When our mother or father or someone else close to us clearly enjoys a certain sport, hobby or craft and we see them thriving in the moment, glowing in the engagement of an activity they love, that impacts us. It has an influence on our future. Have you ever known a family where all the children pursue music, or one where all the children become teachers? What about a family of athletes from generation to generation? Sure, it happens all the time, in all walks of life. Passion pursued brings out passion in others and we’re all better off for it." -Robert CheekeQuote of the DayFrom Robert Cheeke's Best-Selling book Vegan Bodybuilding & Fitness - The Complete Guide To Building Your Body on a Plant-Based Diet:
“When you start anything new for the fist time, always know why you’re doing it and what you hope to accomplish as a result. Weigh out the pros and cons and check in with your heart to see if it is something worth pursuing. Life is extremely short, and you should be doing the things that give you the most fulfillment.” –Robert Cheeke Success Tip of the DayFrom Robert Cheeke's new book Think Differently, due out in 2012:
"Do something that makes you laugh really hard, every day, and encourage your friends to do the same." -Robert Cheeke
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