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Project My Life with Anthony Monetti

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Project My Life with Anthony Monetti

Project My Life with Anthony Monetti

Anthony Monetti

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To build my body and mind is what I'm inspired to do. My mission it to unlock my true life's potential and inspire you to do the same.

Latest Episodes

#Coffee and Quarantine - Control the Controllables

EToday's first "Coffee and Quarantine" went great! We talked about at-home workouts, emotional eating, and how to avoid gaining weight during this wild time. stay strong, stay healthy. I'd love to help navigate through this wild time, text me at 908.526.2288 or hit me up on Instagram @anthonymonetti

63 minMAR 19
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#Coffee and Quarantine - Control the Controllables

#66 The Reality of failure

EWhen you quit trying. That’s when you fail. Until then, you are just practicing and experiencing opportunities to get better. We put so much pressure on ourselves, to accomplish our goals, and when we don’t accomplish them when we feel we should we get discouraged, frustrated and often consider ourselves a failure. That can’t be further from the truth, the only time we truly fail is when we quit trying. want to avoid failure? It’s simple. Don’t give up, keep going. what are your thoughts on this? Message me on Instagram | canthonymonetti

8 minFEB 21
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#66 The Reality of failure

#65 The #1 thing you can do to improve culture in the workplace

ECraig walked into to bodhi last October, after realizing he needed to get healthy. As an entrepreneur, his life for the past 12 years has been work, work, work leaving little (to no) time for himself and his health. In this podcast, we talk about his recent transformation progress during a weekly check-in at bodhi and how he sacrificed his health to build his businesses. Also, how he is now fully committed to a healthier way of living and how he has inspired his whole team to follow his lead. If you are an entrepreneur and have given up on your health to become successful, I want to help you make fitness a priority again, text me at 908.526.2288! or message me on twitter or Instagram @anthonymonetti

20 minFEB 12
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#65 The #1 thing you can do to improve culture in the workplace

#64 The (not so) Glamorous Life of Entrepreneurship

EBecoming an entrepreneur gets all the hype lately with guys like Gary Vee making it look easy. It helps that he is a charismatic showman with a bunch of energy. The reality is, entrepreneurship is difficult. Like really, really difficult. And as much as people like the idea of beaming their own boss, many people can’t handle all that it entails. The crazy part is some people who may not be able to handle it which is not a bad thing by the way because everyone has their “thing” they are good at, and being an entrepreneur may not be one of them. But the wild part is that people will continue to “grind” it out while their business tanks just because of #1. they are fearful of letting go of something they worked so hard for. And #2 they are fearful of what people will think of them. In this podcast, Karen and I speak openly about closing our yoga studio and how it frees up our time to upgrade our other project and main businesses. We took a risk when we opened it, we assumed all li...

21 minFEB 6
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#64 The (not so) Glamorous Life of Entrepreneurship

#63 Two characteristics to win for life

EWhen our lives are full of chaos we lose sight of our goals. It's up to us to establish some structure to our days, and work on disciplining ourselves to stay on track. On this podcast, I talk with a member of bodhi (client) and first-time physique competitor in the Jersey Cup Classic Bodybuilding and Physique championships in Atlantic City, NJ. This podcast isn't just for competitors though, we can all take something from being more disciplined with our lives. We talk about fitness, nutrition, and the mindset needed to accomplish anything in life. Believe in yourself. Trust The process. Practice Patience. Hit me up on instagram @anthonymonetti

29 minJAN 30
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#63 Two characteristics to win for life

#62 Joe DeFranco Industrial Strength

EIn this podcast, I met up with Joe DeFranco - World-renowned strength and conditioning coach in his private (and secret) NJ based facility. We talked about his rise to become one of the best coaches in the world, and how he's overcome trauma that would have made most people quit. From entrepreneurship to training just about every NFL team as well as WWE Superstar Triple H we talked about it all. A great podcast for coaches, entrepreneurs, and anyone whos inspired by overcoming odds to become great! If you are enjoying these podcasts, please leave 5-star review on Itunes, thank you! Message me on Instagram @anthonymonetti when you do, I have a gift for you! thank you!

96 minJAN 23
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#62 Joe DeFranco Industrial Strength

#61 What happens to your body when you skip a meal

EWe understand the importance of eating balanced meals throughout the day when trying to lose weight. But, as life can get very busy we sometimes skip meals. In this episode, Karen and Anthony explain what happens to your body when you skip meals and share valuable insight on what to do when it happens to avoid weight gain. Please share this with your friend who is trying to lose weight and is unsure about what to do when they skip meals, thank you!

8 minJAN 10
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#61 What happens to your body when you skip a meal

#60 Professional Top Fuel Drag Racer - Joe Morrison

EWhen passion drives us to chase our dreams, they come true. You just have to trust the process, because it doesn't happen when you want it to, it happens when it's supposed to. Joe Morrison won our Mansformation Transformation Challenge last year when he lost 28lbs in 12 weeks. One of the driving forces for him was to get in shape for his next attempt to become a Pro Drag Racer. In this episode, we talk about his journey from losing weight, to gaining some of it back and how we are going to prepare for his pro debut in 2020. This episode is a great example of how life is a project with forever changing opportunities and situations and how we adapt to them is what determines our success and ultimately our happiness. Message me on Instagram @anthonymonetti

29 min2019 DEC 28
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#60 Professional Top Fuel Drag Racer - Joe Morrison

#59 Finding the power within to overcome anything

EAfter dodging a near-death experience at gunpoint Lieutenant Lisa Gilmurray discovered mixed martial arts to not only defend herself but to empower herself to accomplish anything, including winning her professional status as a drug-free figure competitor. Learn more and register for her self- defense Empowerment workshop on January 11, 2020, here: https://bit.ly/2PGZ70u

13 min2019 DEC 21
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#59 Finding the power within to overcome anything

#58 Successful people don't give up

EIf at first, you don’t succeed, try and try again. Successful people are the ones who don’t give up. Patricia is a member of the bodhi community and has committed herself to the process of becoming the best version of herself. It wasn’t easy, has taken months to figure out what was preventing Patricia to lose weight. Patricia is now feeling better than she has in over 18 years! If you are finding value in these inspirational stories, please leave us a nice review on iTunes! Thank you!

16 min2019 DEC 20
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#58 Successful people don't give up

Latest Episodes

#Coffee and Quarantine - Control the Controllables

EToday's first "Coffee and Quarantine" went great! We talked about at-home workouts, emotional eating, and how to avoid gaining weight during this wild time. stay strong, stay healthy. I'd love to help navigate through this wild time, text me at 908.526.2288 or hit me up on Instagram @anthonymonetti

63 minMAR 19
Comments
#Coffee and Quarantine - Control the Controllables

#66 The Reality of failure

EWhen you quit trying. That’s when you fail. Until then, you are just practicing and experiencing opportunities to get better. We put so much pressure on ourselves, to accomplish our goals, and when we don’t accomplish them when we feel we should we get discouraged, frustrated and often consider ourselves a failure. That can’t be further from the truth, the only time we truly fail is when we quit trying. want to avoid failure? It’s simple. Don’t give up, keep going. what are your thoughts on this? Message me on Instagram | canthonymonetti

8 minFEB 21
Comments
#66 The Reality of failure

#65 The #1 thing you can do to improve culture in the workplace

ECraig walked into to bodhi last October, after realizing he needed to get healthy. As an entrepreneur, his life for the past 12 years has been work, work, work leaving little (to no) time for himself and his health. In this podcast, we talk about his recent transformation progress during a weekly check-in at bodhi and how he sacrificed his health to build his businesses. Also, how he is now fully committed to a healthier way of living and how he has inspired his whole team to follow his lead. If you are an entrepreneur and have given up on your health to become successful, I want to help you make fitness a priority again, text me at 908.526.2288! or message me on twitter or Instagram @anthonymonetti

20 minFEB 12
Comments
#65 The #1 thing you can do to improve culture in the workplace

#64 The (not so) Glamorous Life of Entrepreneurship

EBecoming an entrepreneur gets all the hype lately with guys like Gary Vee making it look easy. It helps that he is a charismatic showman with a bunch of energy. The reality is, entrepreneurship is difficult. Like really, really difficult. And as much as people like the idea of beaming their own boss, many people can’t handle all that it entails. The crazy part is some people who may not be able to handle it which is not a bad thing by the way because everyone has their “thing” they are good at, and being an entrepreneur may not be one of them. But the wild part is that people will continue to “grind” it out while their business tanks just because of #1. they are fearful of letting go of something they worked so hard for. And #2 they are fearful of what people will think of them. In this podcast, Karen and I speak openly about closing our yoga studio and how it frees up our time to upgrade our other project and main businesses. We took a risk when we opened it, we assumed all li...

21 minFEB 6
Comments
#64 The (not so) Glamorous Life of Entrepreneurship

#63 Two characteristics to win for life

EWhen our lives are full of chaos we lose sight of our goals. It's up to us to establish some structure to our days, and work on disciplining ourselves to stay on track. On this podcast, I talk with a member of bodhi (client) and first-time physique competitor in the Jersey Cup Classic Bodybuilding and Physique championships in Atlantic City, NJ. This podcast isn't just for competitors though, we can all take something from being more disciplined with our lives. We talk about fitness, nutrition, and the mindset needed to accomplish anything in life. Believe in yourself. Trust The process. Practice Patience. Hit me up on instagram @anthonymonetti

29 minJAN 30
Comments
#63 Two characteristics to win for life

#62 Joe DeFranco Industrial Strength

EIn this podcast, I met up with Joe DeFranco - World-renowned strength and conditioning coach in his private (and secret) NJ based facility. We talked about his rise to become one of the best coaches in the world, and how he's overcome trauma that would have made most people quit. From entrepreneurship to training just about every NFL team as well as WWE Superstar Triple H we talked about it all. A great podcast for coaches, entrepreneurs, and anyone whos inspired by overcoming odds to become great! If you are enjoying these podcasts, please leave 5-star review on Itunes, thank you! Message me on Instagram @anthonymonetti when you do, I have a gift for you! thank you!

96 minJAN 23
Comments
#62 Joe DeFranco Industrial Strength

#61 What happens to your body when you skip a meal

EWe understand the importance of eating balanced meals throughout the day when trying to lose weight. But, as life can get very busy we sometimes skip meals. In this episode, Karen and Anthony explain what happens to your body when you skip meals and share valuable insight on what to do when it happens to avoid weight gain. Please share this with your friend who is trying to lose weight and is unsure about what to do when they skip meals, thank you!

8 minJAN 10
Comments
#61 What happens to your body when you skip a meal

#60 Professional Top Fuel Drag Racer - Joe Morrison

EWhen passion drives us to chase our dreams, they come true. You just have to trust the process, because it doesn't happen when you want it to, it happens when it's supposed to. Joe Morrison won our Mansformation Transformation Challenge last year when he lost 28lbs in 12 weeks. One of the driving forces for him was to get in shape for his next attempt to become a Pro Drag Racer. In this episode, we talk about his journey from losing weight, to gaining some of it back and how we are going to prepare for his pro debut in 2020. This episode is a great example of how life is a project with forever changing opportunities and situations and how we adapt to them is what determines our success and ultimately our happiness. Message me on Instagram @anthonymonetti

29 min2019 DEC 28
Comments
#60 Professional Top Fuel Drag Racer - Joe Morrison

#59 Finding the power within to overcome anything

EAfter dodging a near-death experience at gunpoint Lieutenant Lisa Gilmurray discovered mixed martial arts to not only defend herself but to empower herself to accomplish anything, including winning her professional status as a drug-free figure competitor. Learn more and register for her self- defense Empowerment workshop on January 11, 2020, here: https://bit.ly/2PGZ70u

13 min2019 DEC 21
Comments
#59 Finding the power within to overcome anything

#58 Successful people don't give up

EIf at first, you don’t succeed, try and try again. Successful people are the ones who don’t give up. Patricia is a member of the bodhi community and has committed herself to the process of becoming the best version of herself. It wasn’t easy, has taken months to figure out what was preventing Patricia to lose weight. Patricia is now feeling better than she has in over 18 years! If you are finding value in these inspirational stories, please leave us a nice review on iTunes! Thank you!

16 min2019 DEC 20
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#58 Successful people don't give up
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