Muscle For Life Podcast
About This Show
Hey! My name is Mike Matthews and I'm a bestselling health and fitness author, and creator of MuscleForLife.com. My mission is to empower people to take control of their health and fitness by following a healthy, enjoyable lifestyle that not only gives them the body they've always wanted, but enables them to live a long, vital, disease-free life.
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OVER 500,000 PEOPLE HAVE USED MY BOOKS TO BUILD THEIR BEST BODY EVER. WILL YOU BE NEXT? CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ⇒ http://bit.ly/buildmybestbody This episode is a little different as it’s me being interviewed for another podcast called The Business of Coaching Podcast. It’s run by a super nice guy named Miles, who heads up a company in the UK that helps coaches--mainly life and business coaches--get more clients, get better results with them, and so forth. I want to share the interview with you because it’s not about health and fitness. Instead, we talk about a variety of topics ranging from business, to personal growth, happiness, money, fame, and more, and I’d love to hear what YOU think about the discussion. I plan on branching out and producing more content along these lines because more and more people are asking to hear my thoughts on these things these days and they’re subjects I enjoy to read and speak on, so it’s a win-win. So much so that I’m actually am working on a new book that’s going to be my “playbook,” so to speak, for achieving happiness, success, and fulfillment in life. And I know that sounds like every other self-help/development book out there, but I promise that mine is going to be unique. It’s not going to be another uninspired rehash of the same old shit explained in the same old ways. You know, create a vision, set goals, work hard, develop good habits, don’t give up, help others, blah blah blah. It’s not that those are bad ideas per se, but in the end, it comes down to implementation. It’s what you can DO with the information that matters, not how it makes you feel while you’re reading it. That’s why I want to produce a book that isn’t just insightful, but it is PRACTICAL. That doesn’t just give you titillating ideas but shows you exactly how to USE them to improve your life. Anyway, I’m kind of on a tangent at this point, so I think I’ll shut up and get to the interview, where I share a few of the ideas that are in the outline for this book