Rob Dionne joins me in this episode to inspire you to focus on health, fitness and nutrition. We make good choices when we are motivated and value our bodies. . We dig into what it means to be motivated and how to take care of yourself. We also talk about why it’s so important to be true to yourself and how to align your values with your habits.
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The Mission Log:
- [03:08] - Rob starts things off by telling listeners a little bit about himself.
- [05:27] - Rob talks about the documentary Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond and digs into why the footage wasn’t released until recently.
- [07:22] - Does Rob post openly on social media even when he’s having negative experiences or a bad day? In response, Rob talks about a video he made and discusses the value of being honest about what you’re struggling with.
- [11:15] - Rob lists some of the things that came up when he invited feedback.
- [12:52] - What made Rob become a personal trainer? He reveals in his answer that he’s been into working out since he was very young, and talks us through the life path that led him to training his first client.
- [17:08] - Orion talks about the fulfillment that comes from helping clients, and explains that she has also done both acting and personal training.
- [18:56] - If you aren’t willing to look inside and dissect what’s happening, you’re not going to be successful, Rob explains.
- [20:26] - Orion points out that you can see pictures of people shortly before they commit suicide, and they’re smiling and looking like they’re having a great time.
- [21:08] - Did Jim Carrey lift himself up after the experience Rob has been discussing?
- [24:24] - Rob explains that there are certain success markers that we use in our lives, and reveals that he was rewarded for working and often felt like he was never good enough.
- [28:53] - Self-love is the key to breaking that cycle, Rob reveals.
- [30:42] - Rob uses Orion as an example of how someone can change their lifestyle.
- [33:24] - Orion used to need to drink a lot of caffeine to get through the day. Now, her diet is clean and organic, but she often finds that she doesn’t have time to cook.
- [35:31] - If you want to get healthy and see results, you can’t work on it half the time; it has to be a part of your daily life the way brushing your teeth is.
- [38:44] - Rob offers a tip: when you get back from a walk, sit down and stand up as many times as you can in one minute, and write down the number. Do the same for pushups.
- [40:13] - Rob sometimes hosts challenges for people in his community to leave reviews.
- [41:26] - How do you ignite that inner fire and create desire on a deep level, nurturing inspiration that comes from within?
- [46:12] - Orion points out that clients need to be ready, willing, and able, and need to bring their own motivation.
- [47:02] - Orion offers a technique to help people before they hit rock bottom.
- [49:45] - Rob shares his thoughts on Orion’s technique, and points out that you can’t help people in your life unless you’re willing to help yourself first.
- [53:45] - What are Rob’s top tips for a busy person for food prepping, scheduling, and exercise routine?
- [55:44] - Following a specific diet is usually a great recipe for eventual failure, because you feel restricted.
- [59:24] - What are Rob’s three top tips to living a stellar life? 1. Be true to yourself and listen to yourself. 2. If you want to succeed at anything, you need to create a map. 3. Create a community around all the things you do, and find people who want what you want.
- [60:43] - Where can people go to find out more about Rob or in get in touch with him?
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