A client of mine who just completed the 30-day coaching program.

He’s actually also going to be joining me at the London Boot Camp in October.

One thing he said to me was that this was the best 30 days he ever could have done, because he finally realized one of life’s biggest lessons.

What was that lesson?

Live life to the fullestright now.

He’s a great traveler and meets lots of people.  Now he’s meeting them authentically, being the real version of him, really embracing the lessons.

And that’s what life’s about: living for the now.

How many of you will squirrel away every little penny you have for retirement?

How many of you are planning a trip five to six years from now?

How many of you are stopping yourselves from doing things right now because you just don’t want to spend the money?

All we have is now.

All we have is now.

All we have is now, we don’t have later.  We don’t know if later is even going to happen.  Hell, we may be so good at planning for the future that we become shitty at today.

All we have is now.

It’s all we have.  We only have this moment right now.

Now, I’m  not telling you to be financially irresponsible at all.  I’m not telling you to go out there and spend all your money, but I’m telling you to spend a little now, because there may not be later.

Three times I’ve had guys that have told me they wanted to come to a boot camp.  They went out and bought other things.  They expected their life to change in so many different ways and then four years later they show up at the boot camp and they look at me and say, “I wish I would have spent the money four years ago.”

Actually, going to a boot camp will actually save you money.  E-mail me if you’re curious why.


I will show you how you can save a lot of money because the price of the boot camp will actually be paid by not going to other places and other things that have never yielded you the results.

This is not about you coming to the boot camp.  Boot camp may not even be a priority to you.  This is about you getting something right now that you’ve always put off.

Live life in the moment.  See how it feels.  See what it feels like to do something in the moment and believe in yourself in the future.

Start that business.  Read that book.  Take that vacation.  Do something.  Come to a boot camp, if that’s what it is.

Do anything to live in the moment, because you don’t want to be that old person in Paris, huffing and puffing as you walk up Notre Dame.  You want to enjoy every step of the way.

You want to enjoy every moment because living in the now is all we have.