Posts made in January, 2016

Secret Strategy to Have a Great 2016

Posted by on Jan 4, 2016 in Video Series | 2 comments

Everyone knows it is Personal Growth 101 to take the time to set your goals or the year. You can do it any time if you have not done it already. It is common knowledge to do it and yet very few take the time. Hope is not an effective strategy to have a great year. You must be proactive to get clear on your compelling vision AND create the game plan to make it happen. Take ‘Chip’s Challenge’ to try this secret strategy to have a Great 2016.

I have used this strategy for the last 20+ years and it has made a huge impact on my ability to have consistent growth in key areas that are truly important in your life. This video is only 3 minutes long and IF you follow the advice it will for you to. Take my challenge to TEST this strategy for a year. If it does not help you, skip it next year, but when it works, do it every year in the future. Here is the form – download here.

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Get In Shape Now – Sign a Contract with YOU!

Posted by on Jan 2, 2016 in Written Blog | 3 comments

Male Runner at Sunset 460This is the time of year many get out of the shower and look in the mirror in horror! “When did this happen. Who is that? It is a new year, I must get serious about my health  and get in shape now! Health club’s sign up about 40% of their members for the year right now and many will not being visiting that gym after a few weeks. They think they are doing something by joining the gym. That is only the first step.

Without a compelling reason to get back in shape and clear commitment of what you are willing to do to make it happen, you are setting yourself up for failure. I have been working out at the same gym, now run by Gold’s, for about 7 years. I see new people every week who had that moment of disgust in the mirror. One of my mentors Jim Rohn always said that disgust can be a powerful motivator. Watch this classic short video.

They sign up for the membership, often hire a personal trainer (which is a good idea to get a quick start) and work to get back into shape. At least they try. I rarely see any dramatic changes before they are gone. It does happen but it is rare.

There are a 168 hours in a week and they are in the gym for 4 or 5 of those with the trainer. That leaves 163 on their own making choices for themselves. Very few PT’s will go the person’s house and throw out all the crap in the pantry and refrigerator, design a meal plan to follow, clarify clear goals for losing the weight and hitting their key health numbers AND have them sign a contract to put their WORD on the line to live their workout goals.

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