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How to put the right environmental factors in place so that you take willpower and motivation out of the equation and guarantee success

I’ve learned this past year from attempting to accomplish goals, that if you don’t do a fill on “blitz” on them, you’re unlikely to succeed. Being in the “information age” it’s too easy to get distracted by an abundance of resources and new things to do. That’s why I’ve created this system to take goals more seriously and with more focus than ever before, enjoy!

  1. PUT AN UNCOMFORTABLY LARGE DEPOSIT OF MONEY DOWN TO SOMEONE YOU TRUST!
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When you give someone else money that they have to hold onto and only give back when you complete your goal, you make that decision to stop at nothing until your goal is complete. …


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How to never look back while moving forward

I was in the middle of my workout yesterday and looking at myself in the mirror. I stood there, sweaty, and gazing at my dark red shirt with the “Indiana Hoosiers” logo on it. Before that, I had just finished some great conversations with important mentors.

That’s when I realized, I could have chosen to be working out or not. I could have chosen to either lay on the couch and watch some Netflix or get my gym clothes on and get my ass to the gym. …


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It’s crucial now more than ever to step up to the plate

I get it. We’re all struggling with something. Not enough time, not enough skillsets, not enough knowledge, not enough resources, not enough power, the list goes on and on. Whether it’s our fault or not, “bad” and “inconvenient” things are going to happen to us. They’re going to suck, it’s not going to be fun, and it’s going to stare us down like a Grizzly Bear in your face and have power over us until we deal with it.

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A quick reminder though that we wouldn’t even appreciate the “good” things in our life without the trials of struggle. That is why people feel so great after workouts. Yes, the workouts themselves may be annoying and uncomfortable. But afterwards, you feel like you can take on anything. …

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