Face your resistance and do what you’re avoiding–that one thing that really matters, and will matter in 10 years, that you don’t want to do.
When you’re confident about what you do and clear about where you’re going, the right strategy will make itself known.
My journal is the context for my dreams. It’s my favorite place to be.
Last week, I visualized my new workout partner. Today, I’m benching 20 lbs more than I ever have before. A few months ago, I noticed a 50-year-old man at the gym lifting twice what I lift in every exercise.
Becoming the best involves transcending guidelines and following your instinct.
The various scenes in your life may demand you to be someone you never intended to be. Although you may have been timid and quiet in the previous scenes, your new situation may require you to lead and speak boldly. Each situation is different.
Wasting Five Minutes: when you have five minutes of down-time, how do you spend that time? Most people use it as an excuse to rest or laze.
Who you follow determines where you get in life. If your leader isn’t moving forward, you’re not moving forward, because your results are a reflection of your leader’s results.
Being successful requires being proactive and not waiting for life to come to you. It means you’re on offense, not defense. You’re active, not passive.
Exposing yourself to your weaknesses and fears is the fastest path to growth. It forces you into a flow state. It forces you to quickly adapt or fail. And failing is the fastest path to learning.