‘Tis the season for making New Year’s resolutions.
When I see the people around me make their annual attempt at forming habits of healthy living, I can’t help but think how strange some of them are.
For example, think about jogging on a treadmill.
You spend tons of energy and pints of sweat bobbing up and down on a conveyor belt like you’re a freaking head of lettuce at the grocery store trying to avoid getting picked up and scanned by the pimply cashier.
But the point is, you spend a lot of energy going nowhere.
There’s a difference between getting in shape for the sake of getting in shape, and getting in shape as a byproduct of doing something worthwhile.
If you think a new “hobby” or “job” is going to get you in better shape — give you some professional development, boost your confidence — you’re not right for MTTB.
MTTB isn’t for getting in shape; it’s for making serious money, scientifically and efficiently.
If you’re looking for a self-help opportunity, click here, and I’ll have someone direct you to a treadmill retailer.