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When we push our body to that end it creates such a sense of compassion and gratitude for what your body can do. In doing that it honors the work and the energy and effort which drives us to do it again. That pro…
…ience the greatest pain you will ever feel. When you arrive there, there’s nothing left to do but, “embrace the suck,” as sports psychologist Dolores Christensen put it.
Extreme fitness is less about being young again and more about building yourself up for the years ahead.
Most people will rarely if ever genuinely create something. As educator and reformer, Sir Ken Robinson, has said, “If you’re not prepared to be wrong, you’ll never come up with anything original.”
In fact, because fear is often based on perceived loss, you can absolutely expect that your fear-based projects are inaccurate — often by 5–7X.
All fear exists in the future.
Life occurs in EVENTS and EXPERIENCES, not in thoughts.
A sharp saw will do far more in a few strokes than a dull saw will in many.
And you grow, because you want to give more. As the saying goes, ‘don’t work to make money… make money so you can do more and better work.’
Elevating your sense of what you deserve isn’t about entitlement. It’s about growth. At the deepest level, it’s about giving and gratitude — the hallmarks of abundance.