Monthly Archives: February 2017

Enough Talk

Talking is great, setting goals is great, checking in on the progress of your goals is great. Those are all habits of successful people. They take the time to figure out exactly what it is they want and constantly check up on the speed of their progress. Constantly talking and finding ways to make faster […]

Act With Intent

You have started, you have taken action but nothing is happening. What gives?  There is usually a really big reason for this.  You are taking action that lacks direction. In other words, you are just taking action to say that you took action.  This is a major issue for a lot of people including myself.  You […]

Beer and Lifting- Not as bad as you think!

So you’re thinking on going out for drinks with friends after training?  Well think a little longer on that decision before things start to get out of hand.  I’m not saying don’t ever go out and get a drink, what I’m saying is don’t have 10.  Not only will you feel like crap the next […]

Is It Worth It?

Before starting any new endeavor, one question lingers that we usually do not share with anyone. The question rattles around in our brain and we usually answer it without even directly thinking about it. The question of course is……is it worth it? Is it worth it to sacrifice some of your off-work hours to work […]

Slow and Steady Wins the Race

When deciding on big goals and listing out all the ways that you can accomplish them, you can get a feeling of accomplishment, that “yes I’m finally doing something”.  If that is all that you do then all it is is a false sense of accomplishment.  You didn’t actually do anything you set out to […]

What Have You Done?

3,2,1 …..action??? Different people throughout my various social media platforms have posted Gary Vaynerchuk (if you do not know who he is look him up now) about working your ass off and getting things done. One quote of his that came across my computer screen today was “I am going to build the biggest building […]

Just Show Up

There are times when you are not at your best, when you have so much on your plate that there just doesn’t seem to be enough hours in the day.  That the “easier” task to accomplish will take precedent because it will have a direct effect on your immediate future instead of long down the […]