Self Doubt, Procrastination, and Finding The Guts To Get It Done

All too often we make excuses as to why we shouldn’t do something. I don’t want to get up, I don’t want to write, I can’t workout, I don’t have time, etc..

Many times we distract ourselves and let the grips of technology get a hold of our attention. And as I write this I’m eating, listening to Tony Robbins on The Tim Ferriss show, typing this blog post, and my niece is watching the Disney channel on TV.

I am no stranger to the art of distraction. Funny, but I the thing that puts everything into perspective is that one day this will all go away.

And when it’s all said and done what will you have to look back on and be proud of? That’s what gets me moving.

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about my great great grandparents and the life they lived and how much harder they must have had to live. I don’t know much about them but I got an idea to go talk to my grandma and ask her what kind of life did they live.

I want to record it and post it here and on Facebook. I want to make them proud and leave a legacy where they look down with warm approval. Not to be all romantic and sentimental but live like a bad motherfucker.

No guts, no glory.

What type of life do you want to live and leave behind? Will your ancestors look back and be proud?

Send me a message I want to hear from you.

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