EAT LIKE COSTANZA DAY
Caesar Augustus 63
“The greatest impediments to changes in our traditional roles seem to lie not in the visible world of conscious intent, but in the murky realm of the unconscious mind.”
*If you are seeking change, it starts in the MIND.
Anthony Mackie 1978
*learn how Anthony Mackie trained and the workout and diet he used to prepare to become Falcon
Ray Charles 1930 – “The Genius of Soul”
He overcame racial obstacles, but also physical ones, going blind from glaucoma by the age of seven.
*Overcome your obstacles by listening to the “Genius of Soul” – Ray Charles.
Mickey Rooney 1920
Despite a show business career spanning more than 80 years (nominated for 4 Oscars), Rooney lost most of his fortune to elder abuse and financial mismanagement by one of his stepsons. He died with $18,000 to his name, which all went to the son of his 8th wife.
Get the information you need to help protect your family, your assets, and your future.
*Use this as a cautionary tale to get long-term care insurance for you and loved ones.
Bruce Springsteen 1949
He’s still looking sharp and making hit albums and 3-hour stadium gigs like a man less than half his age.
*Listen to “The Boss” and act like someone half your age today. Baby you were born to run.
Jason Alexander 1959 – George Costanza day of eating
Breakfast – Éclair – “It was clean and on top.” 
Lunch – Eggplant calzone – When you’re working for George Steinbrenner, you give the man what he wants. He wants George’s eggplant calzone—every day. 
Midday Snack – Chips and dip – “You dip the way you want to dip…I’ll dip the way I want to dip.” 
Dinner – Turkey chili – follow the rules of the “Soup Nazi.” and a stolen marble rye for dipping 
Dessert – Ice cream sundae – George was caught on TV at the US Open with an ice cream sundae dripping all over his face 
Late night snack – Pastrami on rye – Go for his dream trifecta: eating, watching TV and having sex all at the same time. 
*Eat like George Costanza all day. Make it like “The Summer of George!”
SNUB – LisaRaye McCoy 1967