How Matt Dropped 100 Pounds and Arrived His Dream Job

 

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Matt Hoover – now. However, in 2010 Matt weighed in at 237 pounds. That is still 100 pounds less than his original weight, which is really. Just less than 30 percent of workers land their dream job, or work in some related field, according to a recent LinkedIn survey of about 8,000 professionals.

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Here are 10 signs that you have landed in your dream job. Morning Sunshine. You wake up with enthusiasm to go to office. You have that adrenaline rush to get there and accomplish something big in life.

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After a few failed attempts at losing weight, Matt felt defeated, but then two things happened to push him into a place of permanent change.

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In that time he lost thirty-six pounds—dropping from 444 to 408— and volunteered to be kicked off because others on his team were struggling, and he thought they needed the trainers and counselors more than he did.

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Apart from the ten pounds, Matt had nothing.

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He admitted to being just ten pounds shy of his starting weight when he went on the show.

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Seriously concerned about his condition and his performance, he reported that he had been desperately trying to lose weight, particularly because his contract required him to maintain a certain weight and body fat; his ultimate goal was 257 pounds (166.5 kg) or 13 percent body fat.

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At the time of the interviews he weighed 94 pounds.

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Matt needed to be inspired along a path that would give him that hit of something weighty that also would deliver health, strength, vitality, and self-confidence.

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He probably could have taken his amateur wrestling further but he didn’t want to give up football — not to mention the joys of weighing 230 pounds as a lineman and the harshness of cutting to 190 as a wrestler.

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He decided that he would drop thirty pounds over the course of four months by dedicating at least a half hour every day to walking, running, or working out at the gym.

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Mike had told him he could lose one hundred pounds in just three months of training for a marathon, so Jacob bought a stationary bike and started pedaling.

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  • This was a truly awesome video. Love always hearing him joke about Babin and to hear he took what Gary says in just do it and own what you want to do worked!

  • Wow! I feel so glad that YouTube posted one of your videos in my feed. I had a tough Monday morning at home and I needed an extra push to get me going today. Thank you. Subscribed.

  • This is something I am doing now! Taking advantage of the opportunities and being smart with who I interview now. This has helped me land interviews with people like Patrick Bet-David, Evan Carmichael, and David Meltzer!

  • I have a funny feeling watching this like just a week after getting my dreamjob by using very similar “tactics”. Now the hard years that I have had being self employed and trying to develop something new on the side with all the struggle and fails on my way finally make more sense. I have to really thank you for the last 6 months I’ve been watching your videos, Gary Vee. It definitelly helped me revise my “business” (more of being too busy for not much money though:D ) and be able to concentrate on the core that I’m passionate about more than all the BS around.

  • I was just lying in bed on a Friday night goofing around on YouTube. Saw this vid. Immediately drove to Starbucks, pulled out the lap top, and got to work on my goals. Great inspiration. Thanks Matt.

  • Hi Matt, I am a big fan of your podcast and youtube. Do you have any more videos coming up like the one packing like a minimalist? A video without an interview from de podcast�� thanks for great content.

  • This is fantastic and helpful! lI’ve met him before I realize, and found this video by accident while just searching for videos on employment and career advice.

  • Truly love your videos. This one really resonated because you really miss 100% of the shots that you don’t take. Appreciate your hard work Matt also Babin if you’re reading this, you’re cool af for that story hahaha. Keep the good work up guys!

  • Garry vee is not worth or assets of good english listener.
    Please add subtitle in your video.
    I understand 40% of english speaking.
    Please add fucking subtitle.