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Jay Jacobs, a 56-year-old serial entrepreneur from West Orange, NJ, was a contestant on the eleventh season of NBC’s hit weight-loss reality show, The Biggest Loser. Known as one of the strongest teams to beat, Jay and his daughter, Jen, were the Green Team and lost a combined total of 295 pounds on the show! In addition to being a managing partner of Shurn Group, his family-owned health and wellness branding and marketing firm, Jay has become a highly sought-after and very successful motivational speaker who inspires others to unlock their “Personal Best!”

Posts by Jay Jacobs

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No One Thought I Would Make It Most people don’t know that I was a “Biggest Loser” in August of 1957. My first official …

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You Can Inspire Others to Get Off the Couch What’s your story? Imagine if you wrote an article that touched, moved and inspired someone clear …

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The Last Day of Your Life “If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to …

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How I’ve Decided to Live Have you ever heard that what we teach, what we coach, and what we share, we need to learn …

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A Picture Is Worth (maybe) 1,000 Calories Until recently, we were always told that whether we have a fast metabolism, or a slow metabolism, we …

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Your Most Important Relationship My friend Craig asked me that question last night because his friend Bryan asked him the same question. Craig said …

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Losing Weight is Boring “More progress results from the violent execution of an imperfect plan than the perfection of a plan to violently execute.” …

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The two most powerful words . . . “I Am…” the two most powerful words in the English language. They are. And they can …

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Of course we are hungry! The picture above was a picture of my wife Kim, my son Matthew and me as we were “leaning” …

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What you do when things aren’t perfect Welcome to my first 32,081 ft. post on my iPad. I have no idea how this is …

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