What’s Your Definition Of “Happy” And How Did You Come Up With It? – Morning Connection Podcast #239

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What’s Your Definition Of "Happy” And How Did You Come Up With It? - Morning Connection Podcast #239
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FREE MANformation Audio CourseWe do the things we do (and don’t do the things we don’t do) for a variety of reasons that all boil down to being “happy.” What has to happen in order for you to be happy? How much time have you taken to really think about it? What’s your target? Are you actively moving toward something meaningful every single day–or are you spending most your time and energy avoiding things in order to be happy?

The MANformation Movement is all about working together and being accountable to each other to become the best versions of ourselves possible. Better leaders. Better husbands (or work our way toward being a husband, if that’s what you want). Better fathers. Better earners and producers for our families. Better friends. Healthier bodies. Better all around men. Let’s step into our full blown POWER while will still have full use of our mental and physical POWER. It’s not too late to be great! We have to live with a SENSE OF URGENCY!

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“Mental Toughness Conditioning” coach, one-on-one coaching specialist, six-time National Bodybuilding Champion, and the creator of the MANformation Confidence and Leadership personal development program for men, Skip La Cour, discusses strategies that help you become more successful in life.

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At 59 years old, Skip La Cour is the world’s #1 authority for Workouts for Older Men, Longevity for Older Men, and Personal Development for Older Men. La Cour helps older men like you get in shape. He is the creator of the Age Optimization System and a six-time national champion drug-free bodybuilder. He helps men who are a little older become their best both inside AND outside of the gym. Feel free to email Skip at any time at [email protected] with your questions and comments. Or, call (925)352-4366.

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