If You Can’t Take Care Of Your Body At 25, Can You Imagine How Bad It Will Be At 50?

When I was 25 years old, I had my first “weight problem”. Or at least what you could call a weight problem at the time. I was out of school, and went from working out every day, walking 4 or 5 miles to classes, and sitting behind a desk at P&G. I was young, invincible, and kept eating (poorly) as I always did. And slowly the pounds creeped onto my waistline!

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Are You Really Courageous? Here is the Gold Standard.

Happy Birthday Uche Orizu. Today is her birthday. At the end of this, I will tell you how old. Uche is the most courageous person I have ever known. The gold standard. Whenever I hear people say, “I have guts” or “I have big balls” or “I know courage” I always think of Uche. And I wonder if they could pass the Uche test. Most can’t. Uche did not go around bragging her courage. She just lived it.

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How To Avoid The Worst Disease You Can Imagine

No disease is pleasant. But if I had to pick the “worst of the worst” I would have to choose Alzheimer's. I watched my mother go downhill first hand. Every time I thought, “It can’t get worse” it indeed would. It started with simple absent mindedness when I was 9 or 10 years old. Progressed to alarming forgetfullness when I was in high school. I left home at 19 never to return after a brutal argument.

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Are You A Tree Or A Flagpole…

We never know the great “learning moments” in our life when they are happening. It is only after the fact that we realize the moment. It was in 1995 I was living in Morocco and I organized a lunch with my young marketing team and our visiting CEO then, Mr. Durk Jager. One of the young team asked a very provocative question:

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And We Wonder Why We Are Getting Fat?

1 Reason and 6 Examples of Why There comes a point in anything where one hits a “tipping point” where the evidence is overwhelming, and you just can’t suppress your thoughts any longer. Well I have hit that point. What I just saw this morning has “taken me over the top” and I won’t be politically correct anymore. I have had it.

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