How Ethan Suplee LOST 250+ POUNDS To Change His Life For SUCCESS

There is a hormone called leptin (I think). It exists in our “fat cells”. Once the fat cells get filled to a certain point, leptin is released. Leptin tells us that we’re full.

People who have lots of fat have developed lots of fat cells, more than people who are thin and who also have never had lots of fat. The fat cells never die, even after losing all the body fat.

Once someone who once had lots of fat loses all that fat, it takes more food to fill up the fat cells to release that leptin to tell us we’re full, because there are so many of them.

So, eating can be a delicate balance for people who have lost fat. It takes more than waiting for that fullness feeling from the leptin.


When we least expect it, life sets us a challenge to test our courage and willingness to change; at such a moment, there is no point in pretending that nothing has happened or in saying that we are not yet ready. The challenge will not wait. Life does not look back. A week is more than enough time for us to decide whether or not to accept our destiny.

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This is awesome Lewis. Thank you. My parents lost almost everything in the recession of 2008. My father had invested heavily in the stock market with money he had worked hard to earn, had prospered even further from it until he didn’t. He was a loving family man who felt guilty about trying to make his family more financially secure in the long run. It wasn’t about greed for him, it was about ensuring that his family was well looked after. He made the mistake of not pulling out before the recession hit. He didn’t have insider knowledge of the oncoming financial slaughter. His intentions were honorable and the legacy he left behind was that people are more important than wealth. He felt immense guilt over it but for his family, he was far more important to us than wealth.


It’s great Zach is able to link back to some of the past creators like Charlie Chaplin and Steven Spielberg who take some of his forms. The current version of the past individuals is the same as how those individuals were current forms of even further past individuals. This is the continuous link of creativity through history.


Mel, tears came to my eyes when you talked about being in the store and the anxiety. I’m way past that but still not free, but I know 5-second rule is going to lead me out of the muck!! I all the time put things off til later instead of just knocking them out. I am going to 5 seconds my life into a productive, joy-filled life!!!! Thank you and Lewis!!! God bless you both!!!


Terrence was born in Queens, New York, but he grew up mainly in North Carolina. There, he worked as a DJ for WRSV Soul 92.1 until he graduated from high school. At the radio station, Terrence got his first taste of hosting — and he was hooked.

He continued working as a radio DJ throughout college, and just a couple of years after graduating with a degree in mass communication, he got a job as a co-host on BET’s hip hop and R&B music video show, 106 & Park.

Terrence went on to star in numerous movies — including Think Like a Man alongside Kevin Hart — and host several awards shows and competitions, including the Miss USA beauty pageant with Julianne Hough. He also replaced Ryan Seacrest as a co-anchor of E! News and appeared on Kourtney and Khloé Take Miami, a spinoff of the wildly popular Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

Those are some impressive credentials, but Terrence wasn’t done yet! Eventually, he decided to branch out into the publishing world, and in 2013, he published his first book, The Wealth of My Mother’s Wisdom. It’s an incredible memoir about the life lessons Terrence learned from his mom, and I’d encourage you to pick it up!

Throughout his extensive career, Terrence has hosted a wide range of live shows from the VMAs and BET Awards pre-shows to The Grammys, Golden Globes, and the Oscars! I loved having Terrence in the studio to share his extensive knowledge on breaking into the industry, making high-profile connections, and reflecting on his journey to success. If you want to learn how to make connections, grow your network, and maintain a successful mindset, join me on Episode 1,021 of The School of Greatness with Terrence J!

Matthew McConaughey – THIS IS Why You’re NOT HAPPY In Life (Change Your Future Today)| Lewis Howes

After his big break in acting, Matthew moved to Los Angeles where he experienced even more fame and starred in productions such as Lone Star and a Time to Kill. In the 2000s, Hollywood began casting Matthew in several iconic romantic comedies, including The Wedding Planner with Jennifer Lopez and How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days with Kate Hudson.

Matthew continued to star in romantic comedies during the 2000s, but at the end of the decade, he decided to take a hiatus and shift the focus of his acting career away from rom coms.

You may have seen Matthew star in films such as Mud, The Wolf of Wall Street, and the sci-fi thriller Instellstellar, but did you know in addition to being a top actor, he’s an author as well? TODAY Matthew releases his memoir, Greenlights, which includes his classic outlaw wisdom, incredible stories from his career, and the truth about finding greater satisfaction in the midst of fame.

In our interview, Matthew shares some of the wisdom in his new book Greenlights opens up about his past and even takes a moment to examine his life through the eyes of his 60-year-old self. I had such a great time talking with Matthew, and I can’t wait for you guys to listen to everything he has to say!

Join me on Episode 1022 to learn about the keys to success, making it in Hollywood, and mastering yourself with the one and only Matthew McConaughey!

The 9 BEST Habits Of RICH PEOPLE | Lewis Howes

Lewis Howes is the NY Times Bestselling author, entrepreneur, and former professional Arena League football player. He hosts The School of Greatness, a talk show distributed as a podcast. Learn and hear the stories of various successful people around the world, become inspired, motivated, and educated with the SCHOOL OF GREATNESS.

15 Non-Obvious Signs Someone is Wealthy

After you reach a certain income, you start to realize that money really isn’t the most valuable thing in life. It’s TIME. Time is worth much much more than millions. Retiring early and enjoying life while I’m healthy. It’s the only item on my bucket list.