Why I’m not on a diet

I don’t know anyone who is. 

It is a feeling of dread, a feeling that I am on the brink of starvation. 

This is the feeling I feel after one of the most significant diet breaks in my life. 

In the days leading up to my break, I have eaten everything that I could find in the supermarket, but was unable to find the right food or a way to make my money last. 

I could have had some good food, but the lack of energy I felt from eating and being hungry left me feeling as if I had just been fed the wrong thing. 

The feeling of starving, the feeling of not being able to eat at all is a powerful feeling. 

However, I am not on the verge of starvation because I am well on the way to making friends. 

My friends are very much on the same trajectory. 

There are three types of people who are on the journey towards making friends: The optimist (who is hungry, feeling hungry, and has never had a meal of their own) The pragmatist (which is a little bit like the optimist) And the optimizer When I look back on my journey, the optimizers are the ones who have made the most progress. 

They have made it through the first week, the second week, and the third week of their journey. 

And they are on their way to meeting the people they are most excited to meet. 

These people are the optimists. 

For them, it is not about what they have, but about the things they have. 

If you’re on the path to making people like you, you are on a journey to making them like you. 

So, what is an optimizer? 

An optimizer is someone who makes the most of the things that they have that they already know they should do, but they don’t. 

When you are hungry, you don’t eat. 

You eat.

If you’re tired, you sleep. 

Your partner or friend has already made a commitment to you that they will do a meal or two. 

All that you need to do is be hungry. 

Those three items are the most important things to the optimiser. 

Their decisions are based on what they know they need to get done, and they know that they can do this. 

But the optimisers also have a sense of optimism. 

Many people are on this path because they feel like they have enough food. 

Others are on it because they have so much to offer to people. 

Some people are simply hungry, but have other things on their plate. 

One person on this journey has already saved more than $10,000, but their hunger is still the motivating factor for others on the road to becoming happy. 

Another person has saved over $1,000 and has already begun to have a positive impact on their community. 

An entrepreneur on the other hand is the optimator because he has already started to do something. 

He has already been able to make money, he has been able make friends, and he is on his way to becoming a successful entrepreneur. 

What makes an optimiser a great optimizer, an optimist, or a pragmatizer?

An optimiser has an awareness of the importance of each and every one of his or her decisions. 

By not making decisions that make life difficult for himself or others, the pragmatists will be able to be more effective in their decisions. 

 An optimist knows that his or their decisions will be the most effective. 

A pragmatian will not have to make decisions that will negatively affect others. 

Most of us don’t want to be on the edge of starvation, but we know that it is in our best interest to make friends.

So, why do we make friends with others? 

Because they are trying to help us get better at making friends and getting better at being friends.

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