Life Change – Do A Day -Bryan Falchuk
Change is constant for the living and is made in small increment. There is a constant though related to change, it can’t come quick enough when change is a choice. Often change is pressed upon us via circumstances.
I was dying just a little slower. During my interview with Bryan Falchuk hearing the statement mentioned in. The previous statement was jarring.
My guest on the Billionaire Lifestyle podcast, Bryan Falchuk is the blueprint for reinventing who and what any of us are as human beings on the journey Earth. Bryan didn’t know six plus years ago his wife and child would be the inspiration for massive positive changes for the next phase of his life.
Bryan’s pivotal life moment manifested when he realized circumstances may be out of his control. Instead of giving in to the moment, he decided to take back control of the life aspect he put on apathy autopilot. Realizing he and we are responsible for how we live our life was his new life mission.
Health, economics, and preservation of self is part of living. We can neglect our health and finances for only so long before we feel the negative consequences. Living your life is about growing, and growing requires maintaining the bare minimum status while looking forward to positive increase.
Bryans Time For Personal Change June 30th, 2011
Bryan’s wife was at the mercy of a chronic illness. While situated between his wife who was losing two pounds a day and his son, Bryan realized he had several responsibilities bestowed upon him mantel.
- Help his wife to become healthier.
- Raise his some with the best examples.
- Maximize his living experience for health, and living for his family.
He knew in that moment he shares with his wife and young son, that he was slowly killing himself as he watched his wife battle with her illness. “I was dying, just a bit slower than my wife,” Bryan stated during our conversation.
Bryan was overweight, depressed and not happy, but it was all an internal reaction to the outside world. The decision to change was made. A result of life provided a path to Bryan’s journey and inspiration for Do a Day book.
Bryan knew he had to lose weight while maintaining a healthy lifestyle to inspire and direct his family. His son was a heavy motivator for making life changes.
Failing To Plan Is Planning To Fail.
People have a variety of individual challenges in their life. Most fail to meet their individual goals. Goal achievement requires specific planning and dedication. We are all full of excuses, usually stemming from comfort zones. We all make goals but don’t commit to them in the long term. The flip side is not committing to your goal for the long term.
Success in achieving goals requires planning and measurement. Bryan reinforced planning and goal achievement failure to partial commitment. Making change requires small dedicated behavior changes for the long term. When your goal has been obtained the next challenge is to set the bar higher. Many people try to deter your efforts and shun our work. Making significant changes are difficult, but internal resolve is dire.
BRYAN FALCHUK – Personal Change
Bryan Falchuk overcame adversity via personal change, lost nearly 100 pounds, ran a marathon, dramatically change his diet and created an approach to help others live a better life, every day. That way is Do a Day. Like so many people, Bryan has faced challenges in life, like obesity, depression, work stress, the responsibilities of parenthood, the potential of losing his wife to illness, and more. And he struggled, like anyone else. Through his struggle, he learned the secret to not just overcoming any individual challenge, but creating a life of achievement, happiness, and harmony. In Do a Day, you will learn how to make each day contribute to your goals so you can live the life you want to live – a better life. Do a Day frees you of the burden and judgment of yesterday‘s choices while relieving you of the pressure of what tomorrow may bring. By teaching you how to identify your true motivation and how to use that to focus on what you have to do today, Do a Day will help you change your life.
Certified Personal Trainer and Behavior Change Specialist, Bryan helps people change their lives for the better. He is a
husband, father, brother, uncle, son, and more. Bryan spent the first half of his life obese, and much of the second half trying not
to be obese again until he discovered the approach to change all that – Do a Day. Using Do A Day, Bryan was able to break from
this pattern to live a life of consistent, unending health and wellness, and works to share what he’s learned with others
seeking a happier, more complete existence through newbodi.es . As Bryan says, people don’t change, lives do. His goal is to help
people change their lives. Bryan changed his life while staying true to himself. So can you make changes for your own life.
Tomorrow is a new Day for all of us. You can wake up and Do it.