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Driving in LA is the worst thing to do. I see people on their phones all the time.
I wonder who everyone is trying to be validated by.
People are always posting pictures of themselves for likes and comments that they’re never going to look at again.
We are using social media to constantly validate us.
We forget that our journey in life is about us, not what other people say to validate us.
I spent my entire life trying to prove myself to my father.
And even now, my programming has me here trading stocks to prove it to my dead father who used to trade stocks, that I can be more successful than him. The ultimate “fuck you”.
Why are we living life for other people?
We need to remember we should only do these things for us, not others.
Just a thought.
If everything in life was easy, we’d all have whatever we wanted.
We’re wired to not like struggle. There’s nothing fun about it.
The moment we start to struggle, we immediately want to quit.
There’s a paradox of struggle that goes on in our brains. When the shit hits the fan, most of the time the shit sticks to the fan.
Struggle effects us all. When struggle hits us, the universe is testing us to see if we have what it takes. And just when we think we’ve mastered something, the universe hits us again.
90% of people fail because most people give up when the struggle hits.
But that’s when we need to face the adversity the most.
It’s the time we need to look at what we’re doing wrong so we can face it and reroute ourselves to get where we need to be.
Listen to the lesson of struggle.
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Diets never win. Doritos win.
When we get home from our long day, we give ourselves pep talks but those talks don’t work no matter how good they are.
Setbacks shake up our confidence.
We spend most of our day doing little things that break our diets. We have the muffin at lunch, we have the beer after work, we skip the gym.
Then we go home and give ourselves that pep talk again that tomorrow will be different. It’s a cycle.
We are sugar addicts and we have a difficult time monitoring ourselves. We keep getting in our own way.
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Put your hand on your belly and ask yourself if you’ve tried to lose weight.
93 % of the people in the US alone are overweight in their belly and in their butt.
Sugar is everywhere and it’s the #1 reason why people are gaining weight rapidly.
If the outer part of your belly is big, imagine what the inner part is doing.
You’re getting fat from the inside and it’s causing health related issues.
We’re meant to be thin and physically active but we sit too much. And we eat too much sugar.
The cure: Bodyset. Just like mindset, we have a bodyset.
We get Type 2 diabetes then we pump ourselves full of drugs. We get heart disease. What we look like is just aesthetics. Our insides are more important.
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The Speculation Story is a great topic. There are many examples. Dating is a good one.
Think about when you go on a date. You look at the person and you speculate what you *think* they’re about. You have a preconceived, speculative story of what you think this person is all about.
Think about the little things they do and how you speculate a rejection just because the person left early.
We’ve been taught how to speculate. We create scenarios because we want to know why something didn’t work out.
It helps us feel better about ourselves.
We need to teach ourselves to stop speculating because we don’t always know. We don’t always need an answer to everything.
We didn’t get the job because the company didn’t want us. We didn’t get a second date because the person didn’t like us.
We need to stop speculating and just learn to let things be.
Let’s talk about a disease a lot of people suffer from, a disease that can be prevented.
The disease is called “Once In A While Syndrome” and it’s a disease that has us “try” something every now and then, something we *should* be doing every single day.
We “try” and then we “cry” because we think that one time didn’t work. Then we give it.
But we only “try” it. We don’t actually “do” it.
The end result always takes care of itself when we do it fully every single day.
Think about trying to quit smoking. We can only quit if we DO it every single day.
If you want to get good at anything, be prepared to get your ass kicked every single day.
We can’t get good at something if we don’t do it every single day.
In your day to day life, are you thrill seeking?
I’ve always been an adrenaline rush guy when it’s come to most things.
I enjoy the pursuit of something new.
Life takes us into journeys of chaos and we’re always craving more chaos. We’re more comfortable believing we’re going to find success in chaos because we want excitement.
But the excitement comes outside of what we’re truly doing.
Business should be slow and steady so our stress levels don’t go through the roof.
We should all look at where we are in our lives and ask how much chaos we bring in every day.
Do we need this journey of chaos?
We need to simplify things so we can be successful.
We don’t grow in chaos.
I’ll gladly take wins …
Let’s talk about wins, frustration and life today.
In my 20 years of coaching, I have coached some REALLY amazing men and women I’ve ever met.
They will GO and DO what we speak about over and over again, analyzing each and every move. Writing it down. The wins, the fears, the moments of failure.
In failure, the greatest lessons exist.
Failing at something imparts the greatest possible message.
Relearning habits and behaviors configures your internal braking system to give you the kind of life you’re looking to lead …
So you can reach your goals.
How do you get there?
How do you get to your next level?
Let’s talk about it.
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This is for all of people who own pets.
I see people putting their dogs in strollers, bringing them into restaurants, carrying them in Baby Bjorns.
I see people substituting their dogs for other humans. They talk to their dogs like they’re human.
They give up having real children and call their dogs “furbabies”.
They humanize their dogs.
The beauty of dogs is that they have tiny brains and they’re not like us.
I look at my dog on the floor and I’m happy that he’s a happy idiot.
Dogs just and play and eat and sniff asses, and they’re happy.
They don’t have to talk to a girl. They can just sniff them and they’re loved.
Dogs are simple. Cats are simple.
I loved my mom when I was growing up but she didn’t have the best guiding system. My dad just sucked all around.
People will tell me to let it go, but I think there’s a lot to think about when it comes to how we were raised.
Sometimes it’s not our fault if we’re idiots. Our role models may have been shitty role models.
And because if this, a lot of people emulate others. It’s why Reality TV is so big.
We emulate these people.
Bottom line, our fucked up lives made us idiots.
I’m trying to be a better role model for my daughter because my parents were not.
All the things our parents did to us cause us to make repetitive decisions in life.
If we don’t delete that programming, we’ll continue to be idiots.
What do we need to do to grow up and become an adult?
We can take responsibility and become adults.
Everything in life is about mindset.
Let’s go down memory lane when back to when we misbehaved in class.
One of the lessons that we learned was that you can’t chew gum in class.
If you did, you had to write down that you would not chew gum in class on the board in front of everyone.
Then you’d have to write it on a piece of paper over and over again.
We’d learn to not chew gum in class because we feared the punishment.
We don’t do that as adults but I wonder if we did it, if we wrote down on the paper that we won’t do something we’ve done, would we stop some of our impulses.
If we want to change an action, we should take a trip down memory lane and remember that punishment and try to reprogram our brains.
The only way to change an old belief system is to maybe write it down a hundred times and we’ll remember to NOT do the thing.
And maybe we’ll reach something better.
Just a thought.
It’s most dangerous stimulant, the most powerful drug, a drug that causes men to be stupid.
It’s not something you can visually see unless you’re lucky.
It’s something most women will hide no matter what.
What is it about this drug that makes men do the stupidest things ever?
It’s such a desired commodity because of the lack of availability.
Most men work so hard to get it. And when they have it regularly, men don’t want to lose it.
But it causes men to lose everything when they get introduced to a new one.
And yet, some men don’t even know what to do with it.
Why are we absolute idiots for it?
Protect it if you have it. If you want it, treat it right.
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