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Episode Info: he item on his list with his pen, expressing his total dominance over the task 21:50 – Start small in your goals like adding whole, unprocessed food to your diet 22:45 – The Japanese have “kaizen” which means continuous improvement 23:35 – Constant improvement of 1% adds up at the end of the year 23:55 – Dai mentions how his friend, Jeff Keith, sets up realistic milestones for his team and engages in constant communication with them 24:37 – “How can I create an opportunity to win for myself” 25:15 – Kayvon’s 2nd piece of advice is have a structure and prepare yourself for the things that might happen in order to stick to your goal 26:10 – Kayvon’s 3rd tip is have a community or a support group 27:33 – Dai talks about the tribe he created 27:55 – A member of the tribe shared about her daughter having negative feelings about exercise, but the parents still did the workouts and she eventually joined them 29:21 – What we do for ourselves has an impact on the people around us 29:30 – Dai uses social media to inspire, motivate, and instill confidence 30:20 – “In helping ourselves, we can help others” 31:40 – “If you want to change the people around you, change the people around you” 32:00 – Kayvon and Dai would appreciate feedback and your reviews 3 Key Points: It is important to prioritize your health and stick to that goal. Create a routine and commit to it—this is better than relying on willpower to achieve your goals. Take small measurable steps in achieving your goals—each victory will fuel the next. ...
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