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This is being run by a fellow Executive Athlete. This is one of the most amazing events I have ever seen!
By Nick Wernimont- Factor 75.
January is a time when many people make New Year’s Resolutions. The success rates are not awesome - statistics show we fail to keep our resolutions 92% of the time. Why do we suck at this? I believe most people are using New Year’s Resolutions as a list of dreams, not actual goals. The missing ingredient? Action, baby! Here’s the ultimate, actionable guide to turning resolutions into results.
The end of the year is a natural time to think about the year gone by and set goals for the next year, but you can and should do this multiple times throughout the year. Take the time to reset your priorities and make sure your goals are things that will get you closer to the person you want to be, and the life you want to have.
Here is a very simple framework for how to establish the most important goal in your life right now, and create actions steps to accomplish it:
Are you going to believe that you can do it? Are you going to get up after you get knocked down or frustrated? Or are you going to make it HAPPEN?
We can all make whatever we want happen. It takes stepping out of your fear and your comfort zone; to get what you truly want. It is going to feel uncomfortable at first, but embrace that feeling. Once you make being uncomfortable your friend, you will have limitless potential!
Have a great weekend!
Do you follow the masses or are you on your own path?
If you follow everyone else, you will be just like everyone else; those statistics are scary:
1. The average American is overweight
2. Less than 5% of adults participate in 30 minutes of physical activity each day;2 only one in three adults receive the recommended amount of physical activity each week
3. The average American thinks the government's number-one priority should be to help keep and create jobs in America
4. The average American watches 2 hours and 49 minutes of television a day.
5. The average American is Divorced
6. The average American hasn't finished college
I don’t know about you, but looking at what everyone else does is frightening . In the US we have accepted mediocrity, laziness, and sub par performances as normal; this needs to change.
Everyone says that they want to be rich, beautiful, healthy, and happy but are not willing to work for it! We have developed a world of instant gratification and laziness and that isn't working. On average our kids will live 5 years less than us, be more broke, and won’t be able to live up to the standard of living they are used to unless we change what average is. To be better than average we need to work hard, be focused, get off the couch and be role models for the next generation.
Let’s get the world to see beyond average!
Guess what, You don’t have any!!
Many people use the excuse of time, money, or ability to not do something they are passionate about. More often they scared!! As a society we have been guilty of running our lives based on what others think. We are constantly looking for validation from others rather than validation from ourselves. The limitations we have are self-imposed based on what others think and that is not an effective way to be successful. The fact is that most people are afraid to be successful because they may piss off those who are not.
We all have family, friends, colleagues or bosses that that say they want you to be successful, but in reality they don’t. In fact they are scared of your success, it shows how inadequate they really are!!
Your limitations shouldn’t be defined by their limitations! Go out, live your own life and Kick Some ASS!!