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lost about 5 lbs in the past month. 1.25 lbs/wk is pretty good. Considering dropping another 100 cals and seeing if that affects my lifts (still keeping protein at 180g/day). Still looking at like a solid 6 months of cutting if I drop at this rate, which suckssss. How much do you guys usually lose on a cut? 10-12 lbs?
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One weekend that turns into a week will kill hers. Then I'll hear "yeah I really have to get back into it".Also, I'm only taking a break every 10 lbs. When I get into the 180's I'll have a pizza or something. Then go hard until the 170's.
About a month into the cut. Girlfriend and I had a date night last night. I took her to this place that had like those bouncy castle obstacle course things, laser tag, rock climbing and video games. Thought it'd be a good active thing to do. Only problem was she wanted to get dinner beforehand. Went to a mexican place. I got a taco salad with crema/ranch/cheddar on the side and one tamale, she got the three taco plate with rice and beans. At the date place I had...
We have a machine shop in our portfolio right now. Interesting business but tough to grow. Requires the right part mix to maximize capacity but winning new business is tough. Also extremely capital intensive as you've said. We've been lucky to not have to sink too much capital in but are on the cusp of several prospective projects that would require another $1-2mm capex, but they're huge so ROI would be pretty significant.Looking at some smaller machine shops as add on...
Degree in civil but practiced mechanical
Yes, haven't I been talking about this shit on here? I'm going to NYU for an MBA
NYC.Business ownership is something I'd love to do, too, and this career path gives me the income I need to have capital up front to start my own. I think I'd be really good at that or consulting (though I'd only do the latter on my own).
I'm so hyped for school. Moving to one of the most happening cities in the world, gonna meet so many new people. Get to be unemployed for a whole year, meet people from all over the world. Learn new stuff that is easy in comparison to my engineering degree, have the backing of a school to try new things and form new entities, network my ass off with some of the biggest firms in the world. And come out of it making 5x what I am now, with seven figure upside. Fuck yes.
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