What Are You Going To Do This Year?

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Many people use the start of the New Year to make resolutions, most of which never see February. I am not going to challenge you to make such a promise, but I do want you to think about the steps you need to take this year to be an advocate for Western Culture. For some, it might be that you will step up in your local communities or begin a regular meet-up of likeminded folks, so you can support and encourage one another.
Others might need to address health issues. And that is what I want to show you today. Watch the video below and see how one man was motivated by another and made some drastic changes, losing nearly 200 lbs in one year.
Honestly, I need to refocus on my weight and health this year. As a young man, I was very active and stayed in good shape, but then got distracted by life and started to put on a few pounds. About 6 years ago, I decided to make some changes and lost weight, got back in shape, and did really well. Then, again, I lost focus and put some of it back on. It is time for me to get back in the saddle, lose that weight and keep it off. So that is what I am going to do this year. What about you?
Be like this guy. Make a decision to improve some area of your life and get started. Once you do, it will be easier to attack other areas that need attention. Take that first step and get busy.

NOTE: I made a promise in the comments on the New Year’s Post to look for transcripts for embedded videos and post those links (or the transcript itself), if available. I was not able to find one for this video, but will always check when I do post a vid.

Lead Scheduler at MOTW. Husband, Father, but most importantly, a man of God. Possesses more degrees that most people find useful.


  1. Mine is weight and health. Health that consists of physical, emotional and spiritual. Continuing on KETO diet and exercise. In the last four months, I have lost 65 lbs. and my goal is to lose 85 more pounds.

  2. I’m drinking less and getting more exercise. Got a 100 lb heavy bag for Christmas and signed up for karate training 2x per week.

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