Eleven days ago, an old friend and client, whom I helped get ready for a bodybuilding show in years past, wanted to come in and chat. He seems to have lost his shape because of some time off and wanted to get going again with us. Anyhow, he had some questions about the Panda Diet and couldn’t seem to get his head around it. He loved the concept but he kept wanting to revert back to his ways of old. He wanted to look through his ‘bodybuilding’ glasses at the information I was
Two weeks ago, I was doing some work up in the cafeteria up at our Church. I had gotten there about an hour early for my life group and I figured I would use that time to work on the Panda Diet book. Anyhow, a few of the members had already let me know that they weren’t going to make it on that particular night, but I decided to wait a little bit past 7 to see if anyone new would be coming. Well, I was about all packed up when this sweet little lady, Patti, walks in. She says
About a week and a half ago, I got out of the shower. I was about to head into Newell Strength when this flavorful aroma hit me.
Boy oh boy did it smell good!
Devon had decided to try a new recipe, which I myself, cannot wait to try!
Without further ado, here it is:
The recipe contains accessible ingredients which you might have already in your home such as:
Fresh onion, garlic and ginger
Canned chickpeas (or cooked from dry)
The Panda Diet book is set to be completed by early March and I am excited to share my world-class knowledge on fasting with the world. And I couldn’t have done it without practicing daily discipline and persistence. In life, discipline leads to more freedom, not less of it, despite what the masses would have believed. If you practice showing up daily and putting one foot in front of the other, then success will meet you along the way. Persistence is a skill, which means it