Gov’t Name = Justin McClelland.
I’ve been blogging since 2007, so I guess that makes me a writer. Over the years, I’ve always felt compelled to share what little expertise I have with the world through the internet. The freedom of information is an extension of freedom of speech. These are great liberties that I feel makes the world a better place. I exercise these freedoms with this blog.
I’m into doing things that aren’t considered ordinary. Not for the sake of being different, rather I’m just “doing me”.
It’s not normal to strive to achieve in every field of human endeavor. But as I see it, “why not?”. Why not be driven to experience the absolute best of every life endeavor? Why not be the best version of you?
If you can’t answer those questions as you read them to yourself (personally, I can’t), then you and I have a lot in common and you’re at the right place.
I’ve always been an athletic guy, having been involved in sports from Kindergarten through High School. This led to an active lifestyle that became a habit in College and is one that I’ve kept a priority to date.
In about 2008 is when I first became very interested in nutrition and began my journey of self-educating myself through various books, articles, podcasts, and documentaries. As of now, my eating habits have advanced to a Paleo regimen.
Superb fitness and good diet are critical components to an overall high quality of life. Over my years progression, I’ve accumulated enough knowledge in these areas to earn the “Health Nut” title. I’ll share the information that I’ve acquired and break-it-down to non-health-nut terminology, so that you can take and implement relevant healthy lifestyle improvements instantly.
When I was 27, I made the public goal on my very first blog (justinmcclelland.com) to reach a seven figure net-worth before the age of 30. I didn’t reach that goal. However, I’m now in a much better position with my current projects to help me reach that goal before the age of 40 than I ever would’ve had I not made the life-decision to just go for it.
I started my path of entrepreneurship, solely as a Real Estate wholesaler which led to multiple current Real Estate endeavors. Being an entrepreneur takes a lot of sacrifice, but also rewards highly. I’ve made a lot of mistakes and have gained a lot of insight. I’ll share business experiences for current/aspiring entrepreneurs that I’ve had for your resource.
I was scared to leave the country when I did for the first time at 30. But I’m glad I tuned-out that fear and went anyway because as a result, I have a heightened scale of the world’s scope. My Bucket List just about tripled in length after my first trip abroad and life will never be the same.
I’m still new to this ‘experience the world’ thing. I’ve only seen a few places, but due to the great experiences from earlier years, I plan to continue indefinitely beginning with living abroad.
Travel can be done for less than popularly perceived. There are ways to ‘travel hack’ as they say to get trips for less. There are also amazing places to experience abroad. I will share what travel hacking tips are working for me and share opinions of locations.
If you’re even reading these words right now you have a lot to be thankful for. Not only did God wake you up this morning, but you also have eyes that actually work for you to see these letters, and hands touch your keyboard or swipe your iPhone with. That is a huge blessing because it could all be gone tomorrow. Your health and/or your money.
I do my best remain conscious of this and as a result I’ve made charity a larger part of my life. You never know the difference your actions can make. And by making an effort to raise awareness of a worthwhile cause or donating to those in need, you could make a world of difference to someone. I will write about my experience with charities as well as tools to help grass-roots style charitable efforts.
The MyInnerG is a lifestyle. It’s for all who identify with it. If you read this far and you’re agreeing with the ethos of this brand; get fit, get money, globe trot, and give back then you’re a pretty cool person. Congratulations.
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