How often do you wake up feeling like you’re going to win?
Like fate has been sealed, and that no matter what happens today, you’ve got this. You will follow through on your goals, you will overcome any obstacle in your path.
If you’re like most people, probably very rarely to never.
Most people wake up feeling like they’ve lost before the day has even begun.
Most people don’t even bother trying because they wake up feeling defeated.
There’s no way you’ll ever live a life on your terms if you wake up having already lost.… Click to read more
I’m tired of seeing people ride the struggle bus.
Personally, I’d like to sneak in overnight to the parking lot, and just blow the thing up.
It gets really frustrating when you see people with so much talent, value, and passion continually struggle to create lasting momentum and generate enough money to become self-reliant.
So, I want to start a movement in defiance of the struggle, a counterstrike of fierce optimism and resolve to show up, even in the midst of doubt, overwhelm and uncertainty.… Click to read more
You can’t leave your motivation to chance. Ever.
You can’t wake up and hope that today, you’ll be inspired. Anything work creating or achieving requires dedicated, consistent progress even when you don’t feel like it.
If you want to wake up and get paid to do what you love, you must become a force of unstoppable action in the face of unpredictable obstacles.
To do that, you have to become the source of motivation. You yourself must be so large that you make all circumstances irrelevant.… Click to read more
How often do you end each day feeling that you haven’t done enough?
I usually feel like I could have done more, I could have been more.
My list is long. My ambitions are ballsy. And my vision always seems to be greater than the resources I possess.
It’s no wonder that creative giants beat themselves up about not being and doing enough.
So, here’s an uncomfortable question I need to ask you:
How’s that working for you?
My guess is, not too well.… Click to read more
I have an embarrassing confession to make (especially as a supposed “leader” in the personal development world).
Over the last five years my passion for self development has quietly withered and nearly died.
I took an overdose of trite, feel-good self help banter and it led to me abandoning the world I had come to love so much.
But it wasn’t always this way.
I’m not exactly sure when the crescendo broke.
The onset of the symptoms were too slow and subtle to detect.… Click to read more