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Want More? Do More

I was talking to a friend and she was telling me that when she finishes paying her bills she doesn’t have any more money. This is a reality for many of us. We see the pay check and then it disappears into thin air. I asked her how many hours does she work weekly. She said’ “40.” I asked her if she could work more hours. She looked at me stunned. The question made sense to me. She is single without any kids. She works 40 hours per week and there are 168 hours. I’m not a financial genius or advisor, but in my mind if you do more you will get more. She told me she didn’t want to work anymore hours and I left the conversation alone.


If we have goals we have to be willing to do more to achieve them. We underestimate the power of increased effort. Increased effort includes working harder as well as doing research to work smarter. If we are in a situation that we can improve, complaining about it and not changing our actions doesn’t make any sense to me. If I want to get stronger, I should lift more weights and do it more often. There has to be a catalyst to create change. More effort can be uncomfortable, but who cares? If it’s my goal and it’s worth achieving, it’s my job to put in the sweat equity to do so. We can’t live in comfort and expect improvement. We have to do more, if we want to get more.


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naejuice
Jan 07, 2022

I wanted to workout this morning but I decided to shovel all three of our cars, sidewalks, driveway, and the neighbors sidewalk. Picking up the snow was my weight training, and my cardio was clearing the snow. We have to be creative in our efforts to "get it in" by any means necessary.

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Coach Moe
Jan 10, 2022
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Shoveling is definitely a workout. I like what you did. You didn't just eliminate your workout. You replaced it with a different type of workout. That's why you are the bomb!

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kepeka3
Jan 07, 2022

I missed all my 5am workouts, these days at 4:30am I'm up and busy with my dog. He's my walking/workout buddy.

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Coach Moe
Jan 10, 2022
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Walking your dog is great for both of you. Our companions need exercise as well. How can you walk your dog and still get your workouts in?

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