How Matt Dropped 100 Pounds and Arrived His Dream Job

 

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6 Comments. There are two amazing stories here. Matt ended up marrying the runner-up, Suzy, on the Biggest Loser. They have two children together. They are quite private people and their current weights are unknown.

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.

The top dream jobs for American men were pilot, scientist and professional or Olympic athlete, according to the survey. American women hoped to become teachers, vets or writers. I still can’t say I know for certain how I landed my dream job, but the main piece of advice I have is not to stress if your journey doesn’t look. A quick story of the last 3 years of my life and how I got to where I am today.

Find me on Instagram: @kylefinndempsey. There is a dream job out there for every person. Some people are currently living their dream jobs and their dream lives, but the majority of people are not. And the sad thing about dream.

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.

You feel excited that you have a new day to work.

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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.

  • Hey Matt, I only found your youtube channel recently but I love all the videos I’ve watched so far. As someone who’s trying to battle his way back into the Youtube after multiple times failing, your content is inspiring.

    Thanks for putting out here and on the podcasts. Much love

  • Matt the similarities with your content and what Gary talks about are why I subscribed to your channel. Minimize, live small and create the life I want, that’s all that matters.

  • Hustle, hustle, hustle ������ I subscribed about a month ago and now look forward to your notifications. Your videos are sharp, informative and super inspiring. Loving your work Matt!

  • When I graduated college during the previous recession I had no idea what a recession was and I had 0 experience. I was naive enough to think that having a college degree alone was going to get me a job. I found the hard way that no one really cared about education alone. I actually went to small business owners and I offered to take any job they had and I would work for free. I told them the only compensation that I wanted was a job reference. Now I have my job as a Refugee Officer working in foreign countries and collaborating with foreign stakeholders and the United Nations. Pride was a hard thing to swallow but I’m glad I did.

  • Horrors upon horrors. As a teenage boy, Edward Druce wrote an email that a corporate executive initially thought came from a teenage girl. This is the supposedly humiliating & painful story with which Druce introduces his lecture of Do’s and Don’ts regarding cover letters & job inquiries. Amazingly, he doesn’t seem to recognize the blatant sexism of this story. In fact, the sexism of the story is just so f***ing obvious, that it testifies not to his ignorance or tone-deafness, but to his deep-seated sexism. After all, the whole story depends on an unstated assumption that being an 18yo male is good, and being an 18yo female is bad.

  • Yo it’s so free! One day well all be free. Following these steps man. Not only for my business and brand but others in my family as well. Everyone has a talent this world needs. That’s special. We should exploit that absolutely.

  • Hard work is appreciated everywhere. I had to think about. He is right. It does not matter who appreciate it, it still appreciated. I had a breakthrough. I left an organization and people are telling me they miss me because they knew I put my heart into it.

  • Sharpen the f*** out of those knives! Haha love it. Awesome principals. When you “Add Value” it’s important to tell people. Establish the value so it can pay dividends later. If you got skills people will notice ����

  • the aesthetic of your videos is what keeps bringing me back to your channel, that couch and cushion roped me in straight away when I started watching you a while ago, love your style, in my honest opinion tho you need some sort of unique lamp or lighting in the background to make the background pop even harder, (interior designer sharp eye problems haha) much love bro <3

  • HI Edward:) Thank you for the great talk, and I’ll try your advises. I hope this video one day will reach millions of people, since it is packed with valuable suggestions to get yourself the job og your dreams:) All the best from Anastasiah

  • Garyvee is the mannn! l’ve take of Gary’s advice. Jumped out of my comfort zone and now im on target to make million! l’ve even just created a youtube channel to follow my progress. My first vlog is due to drop in 45 minutes. I would love some support/feedback so please hit subscribe and check it out. peace

  • @GaryVee is a legend!! Got me to start my Amazon business last year after meeting him in Toronto last year and been killing it ever since, I even started my own YouTube channel. It’s still mind-boggling when I try to explain people your way but they just don’t get it.

  • That’s not how it works these days. Humans don’t read emails or resumes anymore, the ATS system screens it so writing an email will do no good

  • Research indicates that the recency effect only sticks with people for a short time. After that they remember the whole experience without being influenced strongly by the last thing. The P.S. may leave a strong impression for a brief period of time. If the person reading the letter takes actiong during that time, fine. If not, the question is whether the tackiness of a P.S is worth it.

  • Wow that cool!!! He can make the person that doesn’t have anything can also do their dream job he the man����he is the people that support people a lot ��❤️

  • Gary Vee always inspiring, to push harder! Gary Vee you is a best man.Gary you are Inspirational… you have inspired me to start my channel and start my digital marketing business… its early days yet, but at least I’ve got the ball rolling… keep you posted on how well I do.Thank you Gary Vee for being just as you are! No flexing, no faking, you’re one of our biggest inspirations! We’re going big, man, and you due part of it to you! You rock, continue to grind…Good things Aubrey was here for this love you Gary.You couldn’t have been a better time for you to drop this. I’m sending it to a 16 year old who asking for business advice for what I would do in his situation right now. Keep crushingit dude.

  • Thank you so much for this video, I needed to hear this advice right now! Gary you always seem to have perfect timing when dropping these videos!!! ������

  • Gary always says something that someone really needed to hear. Especially the little things that are unrelated to the video topic which is the thing that helps someone with something else unrelated but also important to them. And there are 1,000’s of butterfly effects that manifest from Gary’s content and that blows my mind and inspires me to be the best human being I can be to everyone I influence as I live on ��

  • Make the most of every opportunity you get! I believe that wherever you are, you can always learn something. So don’t simply follow the rules but go beyond to see how you can use your opportunity to be better.

  • This was exactly the video I needed to see today. I’m also going to school to be an instructor in my chosen field, I have 7 years exp in cosmetology and have built contacts, and I’m about to jump into working hard for those same contacts cleaning salons in my free time. Getting fired from the beauty supply was the best thing that ever happened in my career because I got too comfortable there. The boss was empathetic to the fact I am now where I need to be. I would love more advice for teachers/instructors/coaches of all kinds!! Thanks Gary

  • HOLD on a sec Gary…..I tested this idea of “hard work theory” all last year and it was a disaster. I went undercover at some jobs and most of them I applied for wouldn’t even hire me because I didn’t have a degree. Never mind that I made money over the last 17 years by doing what I said I was qualified for, but without a degree, the employer didn’t care. I showed checks I made and had testimonials from students who I have trained and none of that mattered at all. I’m a serial entrepreneur and have been since 1996, but If I was to have a career, I would want it to be in marketing and advertising so I tried to do that all last year as a test for my new book that I am writing and it failed big time. Gary’s advice is usually on point but I have some extra input on this and its recent. Folks, if you plan to go after your dream job, prepare to be told NO by a lot of out of touch owners who fear change! They will interview you and want you to fall in line with their procedures only vs you bringing in any new ideas or tactics into the work place. I went undercover to get real world results from employers. I did this all of last year. Like I said earlier, this was all research for a book I am writing called “Zero Tolerance” the book is all about comfort zones and how to break them. The jobs I interviewed for treated me like a 2nd rate person and basically ignored all my knowledge and experience, they just wanted someone to obey their rules and show up on time, never mind innovation or creative ideas with content marketing or solid SEO work. I even drew out things for people on dry erase boards in conference rooms and it didn’t do any good because a lot of CEO’s and managers do not understand the world we now live in. If you even mention “Creating Content” they look at you like an idiot and basically steer the conversation into something else. My actual name is Michael Opolski, I wrote the book “Embrace The Grind” you can find that on Amazon.com. When I set out to do this undercover work, I had no idea it would be this bad especially for someone like me who has almost 2 decades worth of proof on my side. I went to temp agencies as well and it was even worse there. One place I interviewed with asked me about SEO and Ad Campaigns, I told them that everyone is doing that but are you creating any content to go along with those ads?..The answer was always No!, and they had zero interest in even trying anything new but yet, I was there being interviewed because what they are currently doing, isn’t working so they bring in new people to offer a better solutions but then they won’t let you do the type of work that can create new results, It a mess. One of the places I went undercover recently was a Furniture store called MEGA Furniture in Phoenix Arizona. If you look up their online Google reviews right now for the Arcadia location, you will see that my name is still on there for positive google reviews from customers while I was undercover. Google MEGA Furniture Arcadia Reviews Here is the link). https://www.google.com/search?ei=fkC5XNOIAZHa-gT4gK6YCA&q=mega+furniture+arcadia+reviews&oq=mega+furniture+arcadia+reviews&gs_l=psy-ab.3…5400.7172..7823…0.0..0.97.712.8……0….1..gws-wiz…….0i71j0i13j0i7i30j0i8i7i30j0i13i30j0i13i5i30j0i8i13i30j33i10.HX8QsdWgTcE#lrd=0x872b0c3564a5dd55:0xbcbf06cbbe33d22c,1,,, Once you get there, look for the name Michael, Michael O, or Mike. Those are all my reviews from my undercover work just so you know I am not making any of this up. I did this at many places but this furniture place was one of my most recent stops and YES, that place was a disaster! Sorry for the long post folks, i’m real big on personal development and target marketing so anytime that I see companies resist change in the manner they do, it tells me they won’t be around too much longer and these are some of the jobs that many of you might be going after as a dream job. Just realize that your dream will not come easy, and you will have to sort through a lot of crap to finally find the right fit for you…Good Luck! Hard work does matter, but only to people who have their eyes open!

  • Thank you Edward. It was a great talk and your presentation was clear, simple and interesting.
    Writing an email to an employer seems an easy task but indeed, it needs more than attaching a resume and send it from your mobile or your ipad.

  • This is a good method to find honest companies that you dream about working for. But it doesn’t stop the response of ‘We would love to interview you but we’re not hiring atm’. Faced that a few times.

  • Hell yeah. When I got started as a coach I coached people for free for just that very reason. Show that you can do a good job, create results, let word of mouth spread.

  • Garyvee you’re literally the biggest inspiration, everything you post or say is something that always makes me go “hmmm.. wooow”. Thanks for inspiring and giving back all the time, fucking love you man! ❤️❤️❤️ You’re the biggest motivator for me to get back on the Youtube hustle and get back into shape again! Thank you!✅

  • Starting a blog and managing your public appearance is great advice. However the crux of this advice is be amazing at what you do and apply directly to the CEO of the company you are wanting to apply to that is if you are able to get their contact details. I imagine this will be impossible after the CEOs have had a few dozen emails from other people just like this. It seems to be well meaning advice but only applies to the very best of candidates whom would likely not have had any trouble applying through conventional means anyway.

    It never mentions responding to job adverts and instead assumes that all applicants are just sending out prospective applications. Surely if I was responding to a vacancy then he job specification tells me everything I need to know about their problem.

    The email structure is a good one and I will be giving it some thought but the advice generally seems naive. I can’t see a situation where it would be useful.

  • You couldn’t have been a better time for you to drop this. I’m sending it to a 16 year old who asking for business advice for what I would do in his situation right now. Keep crushingit dude ����

  • 1st off, love your audio quality. So satisfying to listen to. I just discovered your channel after watching Matti Haapoja’s “5 favorite filmmakers” video. Watched about 3 of your videos before this & couldn’t stop thinking about the sound. Hearing Tyler tell this story is always great & I enjoy this interview style. Really liking your channel!

  • Hi! Just wanted to say how your video as well as your guests, helps me to get ‘successful badass lady’ vibes, in the mornings �� Thanks so much!

  • Thank you for acknowledging that sometimes we’re in a place so desperate that we can’t let go. So many manifestation guides fail to meet people in that place they seem to assume that people can figure out how to surrender despite their stress. I like that you talk about breaking down and crying. Learning to surrender often starts when we can’t to do anything but break down, cry, and beg desperatelyeven angrily for help. I appreciate how honest and real you are. ��

  • A lecturer at college back in 2001 advised us to work for free to get into companies. He told us the company will employ you shortly after, if you do good work. I always remember that advice

  • I LOVE Gary Vee he is so inspiring to me as a young adult. I have even made my own YouTube Channel. My new vlog is up and running and I would like for everyone to go subscribe and like my video. I am just trying to make it in this world as a young adult and I am working on having my own business now. So again Plz go View my Channel and Subscribe. Thank you and KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK GARY VEE!!!!!!!

  • How to write an email:
    1. What is the dream the organization has?
    2. What is their problem?
    3. How can I be the solution?
    Answer these questions.

  • Hey Gary nice Video! But hearing the full questions of your caller would be really nice to understand your advices in a deeper meaning and context

  • Can your editor team show how to optimize content to be used in multiple platforms? I just realized that your IG videos are vertical but at the same time square so the preview can be seen perfectly… Its a detail but it demostrate the amount of expertice in delivering content through different platforms… I already tried re-rendering my animation for each format but it is really time consuming:/

  • I can see lot of negative comments n here let me tell about myself ( sorry for grammatical errors ). I am from small town from India (south ) I was completely disowned by my family and friends Beca I was intovert and very very bad wigh studies, I was written off even from my teachers tat i couldn’t achieve anything n life, now I m 27 double master honours from top 40th University in world ( university of Sydney Australia ) I went through my scholarship from India for securing 97 percent in my bachelors, even with percentage and 3 degrees I couldn’t find job but not even one second of my life I had negative thought, I had one rule every morning give ur 100 percent more then what u gave yesterday, I used to apply for 50 jobs ( desired position ) after 5 months ended up in JP Morgan chase in Sydney as investment banker, reason I am telling u this, it’s very very simple there are tons of opportunities out there it’s u, ur vision ur commitment and never say I quite attitude changes ur mind ( coming from poor family with very poor English speaking ability and introvert if I can achieve means anyone can achieve anything n life ) sorry for my bad English, I am learning still

  • If you send 200 emails out, your email address will be flagged automatically by spam filters and they will all end up in junk. Unless you buy some constant-contact type service.

  • “Have someone who knows what they’re doing proofread your email.” Key is “know what they’re doing” which is probably not the people closest to you. Contrary to common belief, there are a multitude of solid arguments in favor of arts degrees, but this is definitely the strongest. Knowing how to write well and error-free still matters. A lot. And especially to those who hold the strings to your future. Make friends with an English major. We’re really not as nerdy as you think!

  • Thanks Gary I’m giving it all to my YouTube channel I do a lot of hiking fishing and hunting and I know I don’t have a lot of subscribers but I’m trying I’m putting in the work editing video and always thinking of the next thing to film

  • Get a truck, knife sharpening style, also sell kitchen tools and gadgets!!!! Its hard though as a CHEF I like to sharpen my own knives…????

  • his presentation and public speaking is awful.  Feel like I’m listening to one of the most boring lectures and being told what to do

  • love this Gary and i just have a question how do i go about this for example i wanna be able to work for an MLS team. is hitting them up on insta/facebook messenger a good way or is the hr manager? thank you.

  • listening to Gary makes me for sure feel like a idiot like this combo sense yet my common ass don’t get it. omg hitting the ground running. Thanks GV

  • Seen thousands of CV’s and introductional emails, quite unconventional in initial approaches myself. I’ll tell you this, Edward Druce is selling his TEDx story with either set-up responses or even selfproduced responses. No one in a right mind is going to tell you he LOVED your email, unless it offers him a million bucks. For real?

  • I wish he would have spent more time taking the position of someone who is fresh out of college and has very little work experience that they could draw upon to make provide a “solution” to an employer’s problem.

  • this was a fantastic speech. his speed was perfect for me because i like having a moment to ponder on what was just said. his advice is awesome. hopefully i can implement this for my dream job before i lose all hope.

  • Preach it! What’s the best way when searching for a position with your qualifications to find a business or company that aligns with with personal core values?

  • I spent six years consulting with higher education and colleges provide more value to students. Hands down the best advice I can give anyone who is seeking to break into any field is you have to learn how to gain experience when you have nothing. Whether it’s through internships, apprenticeships, offering to work for free or provide services/products at a significant discount. I liken it to trying to invest money. Everyone wants to go from $1 to $1M overnight. It sucks trying to grow that $1 to even $2, $2 to $4 is a struggle, $4 to $8 gets a little easier, so on and so forth. Gaining experience is the same way. I lived on practically nothing for 5 years straight hoarding my cash. Within the next 5 years, I was done with working a 9-to-5 and had a mortgage free house. Don’t skip the hard work.

  • Work hard, work smart, and do what you love. If don’t do what you love then you will hate every moment of doing everything else I’ve seen it in every person I’ve ever met who does this. I can’t agree enough with every point in this video, but you have to do what you love or get a plan set up to do to get to that end game set up. With out that you will hate every second of the day.

  • I have been watching your videos for a while and they are fantastic. One note that may help. You may want to consider adding direct links to your platforms (iTunes, google play, etc) under these mini clips for the episode that they come from. That would better drive traffic to where they can pay for the content. Keep up the good work you got me into photography.

  • Gary Vee, WHAT A LEGEND! I went to watch his talk down in Melbourne.
    Quit my job the following week, launched my videography business & now It’s my full-time job!
    Now, I’m starting my YouTube channel trying to inspire people to do the same!!!

  • Thank you Ed, very useful tips. Been doing something similar although I can see where I could have gone wrong in the past. Definitely need to work on confidence levels and self promoting skills. All the best.

  • Guess I was lucky…I fired over 500 emails to hiring managers, HR, and companies…out of 500, I got 12 response. Interviewed for 7, got job offer for 3, selected on. And that one is Shell Oil. It wasn’t easy, but it worth it…oh, I don’t have social media presence.

  • “salsa dancing aroung Argentina”… it is possible, of course, but if you wanted to relate the dancing to the country, you should say Tango in Argentina..

  • What we vibrate out we attract, good or bad, we attract like of our own core vibration. If we need money and cannot get out of vibrating needing money, we remain in poverty consciousness. If one can feel abundant now in the present moment and actually strongly vibrate out energy of feeling really happy they will start vibrating out abundance consciousness and then they will start manifesting more abundance into their physical reality.

  • This is amazing i never thought about this now i am making myself capable of that value then I’ll go for interview thank you thank you thank you❤️

  • I did that “do whatever it takes to be the best at what you do” and all it got me was unemployed! People always say they want you to be the best you can but they don’t want you to be better than them!! And I haven’t been offered even one decent job since! Whatever.

  • I shared this video b4 it finished…
    I add value with my newly acquired skills in cyber security, and my resilience in challenging times.

    Moving forward I have made a decision to accept interviews for positions that resonate with my spirit.

  • When we change our mindset and focus on why do we want this job, how can we add value, why would they hire us… instead of having an “I want” and “I need” mindset… visualisation will always be very powerful and also building confidence in ourselves that we are capable of achieving what we want:) the universe loves us and conspires to give us what we want

  • Alway check the comments.
    REALY I thought is Was real first it was weird only 2min video then 10sec in I heard AM OUT WTF? Then I check the comments

  • Thought it was real, when duncan said im out in my head im like ipad went on to make so much though..i figured it was fake when debra told em stop talking lmao.

  • wasnt this made for that charity thing that you guys do every year. you know the one where all the celebrities do little skits and small episodes to help raise money. i dont know what its called but everyone gets in on it. i think its raising money for kids of poverty or cancer or somthing

  • I honestly never knew that the iPad had been on this show. But then again, I made fun of that when it came out as well. I can totally understand the dragon’s rejecting this idea. However…. it does show that they bring nothing special to the table and have built there own businesses based on luck if this is the kind of decision making they are capable of. Just my two cents. Apple was already big back then and got quite a bit bigger. Missed chance guys!

  • I must have missed this episode. The dragons must be really kicking themselves after turning down what turned out to be a top selling global product. They probably sold hundreds of them and the guy would likely have made enough to put a small deposit down on his first flat.
    Take it this was this before the Apple Corporation bought the idea off him?

  • Steve Jobs’ net worth was triple the net worth of all three of the dragons in 2010 lol. Also what kind d of editor are they hiring? The editing sucks!

  • Whats funny is Investopedia reports that Steve Jobs’ net worth was estimated at $10.2 billion at the time of his death in 2011….