We all have a desire to grow, to evolve, and to become stronger versions of ourselves. But sometimes we get stuck, and breaking through this barrier can be difficult. Here's a 5 step process to shake the rut and start living your potential.
Everybody knows that physical fitness is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. But just because it's important doesn't mean it's easy to get off the couch to go work out. Here are 4 tips I've found have helped me do just that, and keep me accountable to my fitness goals.
This Sunday at Ideas Developing Ideas I had the opportunity to sit down with a friend wise beyond his years, David O'Neil, and we talked about how the difference between dreamers and do'ers. Is your path pre-determined, or do you chose your own destiny? If you chose it, why do some people actually live it and others simply wonder?
For all you gents who have a girlfriend or wife and have been thinking of doing a Bootcamp or planning on signing up for one! It may be a little daunting to figure out how to tell your girl that you are participating in a Social Dynamics program: read more on my simple break down on how to communicate it effectively so you are both happy and excited going in to your program.
The virus that infects your goals is procrastination. Learn how to end this self-destructive habit and internalize a progressive mindset -- bringing your dreams and aspirations that much closer to you.
After finishing Up to This Point, a book by Kingpin Social, Kevin and I had a talk about success, happiness, life in general. There are two types of people in this world: there are people that talk about somebody, and there are people who decide to be somebody. Talking, doing, these things are both choices.
Happiness is elusive, but once you start to speed yourself up you begin to catch up with it. Long term happiness has always been outside of my reality, but as I begin to build a solid relationship with myself the answer becomes clearer.
A friend and I we’re having a chat at 3:30 am. “Sigh” I’m scared and excited to hear what he had to say. A concern that was brought up was a comfort zone that I have. I like creating and starting things. I like the idea of putting together something from nothing.There’s a problem though if the idea is not seen all the way through. So how have I been able to fix this and accomplish my goals?
When we face large goals we typically create a backup plan as a safety net in order for us to feel secure when taking that gut wrenching leap of faith. The mentality behind having a “Plan B” is solely based on the idea of you failing, therefore it is fundamentally flawed. So what does Jamie Hyatt think you should do instead? Check it out:
DON'T MISS THIS ARTICLE! Statistics in the pickup community show that 90% of guys who get involved in game in some form (studying, a few approaches, etc) will drop out within the first year. I couldn’t agree more. At the same time, I think this is totally fucked up! In this article I dive into this phenomenon and show you how you can avoid becoming a statistic, and instead, get the girls you want!