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.
If you’re fine being tired, stressed, and sub-optimal, don’t worry about recovery. Continue to focus on quantity over quality.
Research has found that having clarity about your goals is essential to having the motivation to achieve those goals. If you’re not clear on what you’re doing, it’s hard to be motivated.
You’ve been telling yourself for a long time “Today is the day!” only to fall into old ways before the day, or if you’re lucky, the week, is spent.
I’m certain there is SO MUCH in your life right now that is worth living for. You have an endless well of untapped potential within you, just sitting dormant. There is no next opportunity, only the one right in front of you. When are you going to start living?
Remove all non-essentials from your life (start with your closet).
Garbage in, garbage out. Quality in, quality out. You control your behavior, principles control the outcomes.
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.
In order to be successful, you must believe in something. You must have a stand. All successful people and brands have a clear WHY.
Being ambitious isn’t enough. Far more important than ambition is commitment.