I recently posted a blog about how to really feel good about yourself by working out and the importance of keeping yourself in good shape. I received an email from a guy who read that blog that said, “David I get it. I get feeling good about myself. But what if I’m injured, and I used to be able to bench 200 lbs and now I can’t?” The first thing I would tell this guy is…
In the middle of the Bootcamp yesterday, I realized something (as I always do during Bootcamps). I realized that there are some things I need to work on about myself. So I shared with the guys that I need to work on becoming more self-aware and to be a better communicator when things first start bothering me.
I just got off the phone with a client and I had to share this with all of you.
I could not wait till tomorrows blog……I think all of you will enjoy this!
During this holiday travel season you may see this and think.
What the hell is wrong with people?
People on an airplane act like total animals. They read a magazine and then throw it on the ground. They drink a bottle of water and then throw that on the ground too.
What do they think? The flight attendants are just maids in the sky? That they are going to just clean up after them entirely?
People act like total pigs when they get on airplane. They bring on the most disgusting food, like McDonalds. McDonalds is the WORST thing in the world you could bring into an enclosed space. They never think about other people.
Saturday in New York city doing a bootcamp and last night we had a long talk about rewards!
In life, we tend to try to protect ourselves all of the time with our egos. We spend so much time worrying about everything – someone didn’t text me back quickly enough, someone didn’t email me back yet, someone hasn’t called me back!
And then you meet someone who turns you on more than anyone you’ve met in a long time and they don’t respond to an email right away.
So let’s say there is a guy you are attracted to whom you see all the time. When you see him, he’s always out with his friends, laughing and just having a great time with his buddies. Every time you try to talk to him, though, he gets all nervous.
I just landed in London for a weekend bootcamp and I am a bit jet lagged!