I Cried A Little

I just finished watching the series finale of the Daily Show with Jon Stewart. (I know I’m late)

That show was genius.

I mean the way Jon and his writers made the news more accessible to everyone with his humor, opinions, and accurate report of the facts was nothing short of brilliant.

16 years he hosted the show (15.5 if you count his brief stint as a movie director) and never missed a beat while constantly churning out gut busting satirical news.

What I really admired about this guy though was something that I think we should all strive for ourselves.

During the show, he had “surprise” appearances from every single one of his correspondents dating back to his first years on television.

You know what the funny thing is? Just about 3/4 of them gave me the same reaction

“(S)he was on there??”

You see hombre, there’s a very important message here.

It’s not a coincidence that his show turned out so many great actors, writers, and others who went on to become hosts of their own shows. It’s also not a coincidence that they all said that he was a great man to work with and that they learned a lot about how to be better at what they currently do because of him.

It’s kinda the same with fitness. You see some flashy trainers coming up with “new” methods or programs that sound awesome, but they don’t get results. You don’t see anyone
do their programs with people saying:

“(S)he was in that?”

Yeah, success comes from teaching success. It’s the reason we do things like go wall climbing, or host yoga classes, or even take grocery store tours.
Knowledge is power and that’s why I work bust my ass to make sure that you are getting all that I know + what other people know about health and fitness.

The people in my program find success pretty easily, because I not only show them how to be successful, but I also give them the tools to do it on their own so they can be successful without me cheering their every step.

Tell me, when is the last time your trainer took you to a grocery store to find the cheapest way to eat healthy ?

Or how many people do you know that stuck with a fitness program for more than 2 years? I can name 20 of those very type that train with me.

Dude, it’s not even close.

I can’t get you your own show, but I’ll be damned if you don’t learn something that will improve your life more than some invalidated opinion that
those soft boiled, half baked trainers spout like gospel.

I’m looking for people who want to be successful so when I finally ride off into the sunset, I can say that I honestly did my best to help good people achieve their goals.

Seriously, if you’re still reading this,

Get to this link pronto: http://generalfitnesscompany.com

Jerry “I’ll miss you Jon Stewart” Washington

P.S. We’ve had quite a few people maintain their healthy habits and a few have even gone on to start their own fitness business after starting with our program. You can see more about what they say about our program here: Success Stories

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