Episode # 118

Staying Motivated & 42 Years of Pet Peeves!

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Released on June 22, 2017


1:30 – Joe announces the “Birthday Sale” going on at DeFrancosNutrition.com

10:20 – Joe gives an overview of today’s show

14:50Joe reads an email from a listener who has lost his motivation… 

21:25 – Joe shares some of the methods he personally uses when he’s feeling uninspired

32:40 – Joe gives the Top 2 reasons he feels people become uninspired

42:40Joe reads the second listener email of today’s show…

44:20 – Joe reveals his “Top 10 Pet Peeves” (which turns out to be 30+ pet peeves LOL)


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  1. Just listened to the in season training for football players. I was just wondering how you would approach structuring in season training for sports that don’t have such a set schedule like football (game every saturday). For example, a hockey player who may have 2 games on Tuesday and Saturday. How then would you structure the in season training and how would things change from the football players?

    Thanks in advance,
    Mathew Palmer

  2. Brilliant…. life is short and people need to get comfortable with being uncomfortable. Deciding to change is easy. Once the determination is found Motivation becomes something short of garbage. Having the Drive and Determination to be better than the person you were the day before. That is where its at. People want their lives to be better, the grass is greener and all. Most are not willing to put in the work; the work is doing the uncomfortable. Life is unpredictable and we are all going to die, one day. We all wonder through life “winging it”; in order to find our own purpose and drive. My point is to experience every day, learn every day, save worry for tomorrow. Today you are here and enjoy what you have right in front of you.

  3. Hey Joe,

    Great podcast. I loved the pet peeves! However you never finished the story about your dad’s reaction and response to your sisters new boyfriend putting his feet on the couch. I am sure it was. priceless.

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