Life-Lesson

Are You Working Out Your Ego or Your Body at the Gym?

An Existential Question

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I was born a couch potato.

If I could get high from working out. I’d have the self-discipline and motivation to do it all the time. Instead, I pay the big bucks and work with a personal trainer, Malik, four times a week.

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Built $2.5B money mgmt biz from scratch. Coaching badass women to build & love their businesses, manage their finances, and make sure the thrill is never gone.

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Mariko O. Gordon

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Built $2.5B money mgmt biz from scratch. Coaching badass women to build & love their businesses, manage their finances, and make sure the thrill is never gone.

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