Today on the All That Chazz Stress Relief Podcast we’re talking about completing goals using shorter temporal milestones, the power of consistency and focusing on process. I also have another podcast to recommend to you. Find Joe Rogan’s interview with Henry Rollins here. See Joe Rogan’s interview with Dr. Rhonda Patrick here. You’ll find lots more ideas to manage your time, stress, pain and energy in my book, Do the Thing! The Last Stress Management Book…"Do the Temporal Milestone Thing"
Today we talk about intensity in living and specifically about aerobic and weight-bearing exercise. Your resistance training should be aerobic, too. Studies show that even those in advanced age benefit from resistance training. If you want to arrive at old age healthier, mobile and ready for the zombie apocalypse, do weight-bearing exercise now. If you like the podcast, please do spread the word with a happy review or click the links at AllThatChazz.com and buy…"Podcast: Intensity"
In this post, I’m going to cover a couple of cool things you may want to be involved in. It’s about a new show, a new book and a new life for both of us. What you might now know about me is, in addition to writing crime novels and dark fantasy, I’m a Registered Massage Therapist with over 20 years experience in injury rehabilitation and the treatment of disease conditions. (See?) I work at being…"The Pain and My New Commitments to You"
Expect weight loss & badass declarations of intent. Join me because I’m revolting. Go to AllThatChazz.com for the health links referenced in the podcast. Our ever-lovin’ sponsor is Kit Foster of KitFosterDesign.com. Need a book cover or a web banner or a piano moved? Go to his website. (Did I just type piano? I meant “soul”.) If you purchase something on Amazon through the Amazon links to the right, I get a little kickback…"The No Excuses Edition"
See Part I: The best life advice I ever heard at ChazzWrites.com. I’ve spoken to several friends lately who have hit roadblocks in their businesses and in their lives. Like you, I’m one of those people working on achieving dreams. I’m not where I need to be yet. However, the solutions to breaking through those roadblocks to success are waiting for us to see them and act, whether it’s turning a hobby into a career…"Part II: Losing to win"
Is this turning into a weight loss blog? No, not exactly, but it’s all me, me, me. In that sense, it’s like all author sites. I’m opening up more so you can always expect podcasts and fiction here, along with links to my books. And yes, we’re tracking my climb back to sexy. Here’s a bit of the overview from The Bulletproof Executive. Click the image for more. I’m drinking my version of the coffee…"What will you eat to lose weight in 2013?"
Maybe you need to keep your office clean and organized or quit gambling or derail that addiction to bad relationships, sugar coco bombs or playing with your belly button lint. Whatever it is, you can get out of that ditch. You’ll see lots of information about how your new year’s resolutions will fail. Be the exception. You know how I know we can do this? Because other people already have. What one can do, another…"Whatever your challenge, there’s a way"
McDonalds used to have crap coffee. It tasted so bad, I thought it was a mistake. Then I tried it again and it tasted just as bad. Then they wanted to compete with Tim Hortons and Starbucks and improved. On my next try, I thought the McDonalds’ coffee wasn’t bad (and it was all I’d consume there.) However, after drinking it, I’d always feel awful and sleepy soon after. I found out why: It’s the…"I am not puddin’. I am a jungle cat."
I make Chuck Norris cry with special guest, writer Mark Young. We talk books, vegans from space, politics and I crap on Papa Hemingway. We also question Stephen Hawking’s peculiar brand of robot genius. In this, the 50th episode of the podcast, we’re doing something a little different. I finally stop monologuing and talk with an actual human being. I know! Weird! The name of the podcast is now All That Chazz. Don’t worry, all…"Space Vegans vs. Stephen Hawking"
I just joined a Facebook group for writers encouraging each other to get daily exercise and be healthier. It’s been on my mind a lot, especially after all the studies about how people who sit for several hours a day are at greater risk of getting killed by ninjas. Okay, I didn’t read those studies too carefully, but the upshot was, sit and DIE! We write from the heart for hours on end. It’s bad…"Sit and DIE!"