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BEEFITBOB AND THE HAPPY HEALTHY TIP OF THE DAY

The Eating Out industry is in a contest to see who can sell us the biggest sandwich, stuffed taco, loaded breakfast croissant or biggest helping on the largest plate, platter or basket. It’s OK, don’t get in a twit. There is a solution.

 

Order a glass of ice water with lemon, request your meat and baked potatoes are cut in half. If they look at you strangely, tell them your Health Advisors told you this is what you need to have for your healthy lifestyle. That works in most situations. Take home what is left over. This makes sense and DOLLARS.

 

 

EAT WELL STAY HAPPY AND  HEALTHY


GET HEALTHY?  YES OR NO?

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Me getting me healthy was painful. I gave up an hour of sleep and an hour of morning TV to go walk 45 minutes in all kinds of weather every day for the rest of my life.  When it rains, I walk through the pavilions on First Monday grounds. In cold weather, I need to have layers of hoodies, coats, and headgear. My feet need to stay warm, so shoes and socks need decisions. In hot weather, the body requires lots of water and hot weather requires serious caution. It is a struggle to walk every day

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Being Happy and healthy is a struggle. I learned to see struggle as a necessary, important, and a real requirement to be happy and healthy. It is a challenge and I fail a lot. I have had blisters, falls, failed to meet the timing I set, failed to lift the weights I thought I could lift. Failure still comes often, but quitting is not an option.

The struggle is hard to sell. My closing average is two out of a hundred and I am happy with that average. Think how many kids want to be a great athlete. Far less than one out of one hundred make it make it.

If just two do what I do and then find two to do what they do, and we do that six times that is sixty-four happy healthy people. On the seventh time, 128 folks are happy and healthy Now the magic of compounding sets in. ( if compounding is new to you a good book to get is The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy ).When this is repeated 30 times there are over FIVE MILLION happy healthy people.

 

In 2013 Canton was designated as The Walking Capital Of Texas by Governor Perry. The famous Canton Trades accounted for about 180000 visitors a month who walked at least a mile and a half to do their shopping, which was estimated to be approximately five billion steps a year.

The happy healthy movement is growing.  Before 8 AM on any weekday, you will see at least 128 folks at one of the local gyms or at Cherry Creek Park running, working out, jogging, pushing the baby stroller or walking the dog.

Times are changing. Every day more and more folks are shifting from a life that accepts sickness, illness, and chronic disease to a happy and healthy lifestyle.

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It is almost impossible to drink water and no sugar drinks.  It is downright difficult to eat at least six or more fresh and fresh frozen fruits and veggies and nuts every day. It is so disruptive to find the time to walk twenty to forty minutes every day with a goal of 10000 steps every day.  It is so hard to give up the TV to get seven or more hours of sleep.

The alternative is devastating.  When you quit the struggle of happy healthy living, then sickness, illness, and chronic disease is the alternative.

Have a Happy Healthy Life

 


WANT TO BE HAPPY AND HEALTHY

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IF YOU ARE LIKE ME YOU HAVE TRIED ALL THE INSTANT GRATIFICATION STUFF  THE OLD ME

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START SIMPLE- STAND UP-RUN IN PLACE FOR 30 SECONDS- TAKE 5 DEEP BREATHS-

SIT DOWN AND GO BACK TO WORK

DO THIS 2 TIMES IN THE MORNING AND TWO TIMES IN THE AFTERNOON  

 

TOP DOCS SAY YOU WILL REDUCE THE RISK OF SICKNESS, ILLNESS, AND CHRONIC DISEASES BY 40 TO 80%    

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THE 86 YEAR YOUNG ME

THAT IS THE START

HAVE 30 SECONDS OF FUN TWICE IN THE MORNING AND TWICE IN THE AFTERNOON


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BEEFITBOB WITH THE  HAPPY HEALTHY TIP OF THE DAY

OUR BODY MUST DO TWO THINGS TO KEEP ALIVE- MOTION AND SLEEP

MOTION- TOO MANY CHOICES - KEEP IT SIMPLE

 

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WALK EVERY DAY- SET A GOAL -MY GOAL IS 10000 STEPS EVERY DAY

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OUR SMARTPHONE LOSES ITS UMPH EVERY DAY-  SO CHARGE IT

 OUR BODY LOSES IT UMPH EVERY DAY -SO A GOAL TO  SLEEP

 

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MY GOAL IS SEVEN HOURS OF DEEP SLEEP

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WALK  SLEEP --WASL

HAVE A HAPPY HEALTHY DAY


WHO INFLUENCED YOU?

WHO INFLUENCED YOU 

I have been asked to name three people who have positively influenced me the most.

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Ethel Reno was my third-grade teacher. We could not get promoted to the fourth grade until we memorized a poem.  Not just any poem. The poem by Edgar A. Guest was three verses long! It Couldn't Be Done is the title. The first two verses ended with "it couldn't be done, but he did it". The last verse ended with "cannot be done" and you will do it". I was eight years old and it was 1940. She informed me, educated me and inspired me to DO IT. Niki did not exist in 1940. Ethel Reno would not promote anybody to the fourth grade until you knew you will DO IT the rest of your life.

I was the first of the Moore clan to go to college. I majored in Speech and when I started my Sophmore Year of High school I knew I was a Public Speaker If there was a speaking contest, I did It., A play, I did it, A speech to give I did it. Mrs. Reno taught  "Just DO  IT".

 My senior Year advisor was Dr. William Hall, I was part of the varsity debate team and he informed me  "you will win the Ohio original oratory contest" he said without looking up from his big office chair. Every time we won a debate and I won an original oratory contest, Prof Hall would say "Now that you did it, now do it better".

After college and my two years in the United States Army, I entered the business world.Ms. Reno and Prof Hall taught me well. Do it, then Do it better.

Moving to Waco, Texas and working for Paul J. Meyer at Success Motivation Institute was my big break. P.J was the third person who has influenced the way I am. SMI recorded the great motivation talks and put them on records, wrapped in a fancy box.  We were the first company to move up to using the handheld recorders to record and listen to great public speakers. I read recently that Paul Meyer was in the top twenty-five motivators of the twentieth century. He was more than that to me.

" Whatever you ardently desire, sincerely believe, and enthusiastically work upon will come to pass" was always a part of his workday and his life.

I do it then do it better, dream, plan and do it every day. I enter every situation without giving the mental recognition of the possibility of defeat.

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Having a positive attitude and doing what you love to do is a part of a happy healthy life.

IF I CAN YOU CAN. JUST DO IT. NOW DO IT BETTER