Rocco Norman Lim
Rocco Norman Lim has been a corporate banker for over 2 decades. His banking career started in 1995 after returning from the USA where he obtained his Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Business Administration and Management from the University of South Dakota, USA.
Norman chose to study at University of South Dakota, USA because he was fascinated with the movie "Dances with Wolves" which was filmed in South Dakota.
Like the majority of the graduates, Norman didn't know what to do with his university business degree so he joined the banking industry and worked with an half assed attitude. Everyday he believes he would be somebody famous and filthy rich. Days passed, then months passed and it has been 23 years now and Norman still works as a corporate banker although he has since changed his half assed attitude to balls out attitude on his work as a corporate banker. Today, Norman is not famous, not well known and certainly not rich. However, Norman still believes he will be famous and well known someday. His positive or delusional view continues to motivate him to live life to the fullest.
Norman's dedication to his work as a corporate banker (balls out effort) had resulted in him becoming fat, so fat that he once weighed in at 104 kg.
One day while Norman was walking to his office after lunch he met a wise man who asked Norman if he was experimenting with how it feels like to be 7 months pregnant? Norman told the wise man that he isn't doing any form of pregnancy experiment. The wise man was relieved on hearing this and advised Norman to always indulge in his passion and Norman did so. He lost 22 kg and wrote a book about it and continues writing about all that he experienced as a banker, husband and father.
Fat Loss Made Simple
by Rocco Norman Lim
This book provides guidance to readers on how they can design their own eating and exercising routine for fat loss after they acquire the knowledge and the principles that I share on food manipulation and exercising efficiently. The daily routine will be simple and more importantly will be sustainable in the long term as food manipulation allows the continuation of eating foods that you enjoy.
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