Confidence is the single most important quality a person can possess. Without confidence, a person cannot act. The world likes to pretend that “we should love ourselves the way we are” and that “we are beautiful no matter what” but deep down, we know the truth. It is hard (and perhaps impossible) to be truly confident if we are not comfortable in our own skin.
This book will show you the simple and straightforward process of building a body that you can be proud of. It is geared towards the average person who wants a plan that is practical. 99.99% of people are not professional bodybuilders and do not need to eat and workout as such. The system presented in this book is very time efficient and easier than you think.
Welcome to Piece of Cake, and the first step towards getting the body you have always wanted. You have finally found a no-nonsense, but flexible approach. Congratulations.
Matthew Larsen is a self-help “student” who now wants to give back as an author. Matthew is a man of many interests. He hates sushi and terrorists but loves puppies, ice cream, and Johnny Cash.
Matthew has a lot to say about a lot and always has a strong opinion about everything, for better or for worse. He likes to learn about new ideas and opinions but always believes that his ideas are the very best (or else he would adopt different ones).
Matthew believes himself to be an incredibly well-rounded person and a great addition to any conversation or debate, regardless of topic. He loves to brag and rub it when he is right but will also be the first to admit when he is wrong, likely sulking and being very apologetic for however long it takes until he is right again, and then the cycle resets. Although he would rather be successful 100% of the time, Matthew doesn’t mind failure because he views it as the best opportunity to learn.
Matthew is a “work in progress,” and within his books are a few things that he has learned from others and a few that he has learned on his own.
Matthew’s author picture depicts what he looks like as recently as October 2017. He didn’t choose this picture because he thinks he looks amazing, or because “it is always sunny on Planet Cool,” but simply because he got a new phone the day before he filled out his bio and didn’t have any other pictures readily available. He will replace it with a better picture when he gets a chance but will admit that it isn’t high on his list of priorities.