May 6th, 1954 was an incredible day for Roger Bannister. In fact, it was a historic moment for every single person on this Earth.
That day showed us that we are capable of so much more than we think we are.
Since the late 1800’s, Running a mile in less than 4-minutes had been a serious goal for runners. For decades, it had been claimed that the feat was simply impossible.
‘A human simply couldn’t run a mile In just 4-minutes.’
Well, on May 6th, 1954, Roger Bannister did just that. …
Here’s a big juicy fact that you need to ingrain in your brain:
Big visions move people.
You don’t do stuff because you have no motivation, you don’t do it because you don’t have a strong enough vision of the outcome you’re trying to achieve.
If you have ever set a goal that you not only feel like you need but you also really want… then why did you not follow through and achieve that goal?
Why do people set goals every year and pretty much instantly forget about the idea of having their perfect body, learning a new language…
What if you could spend between 10–15 minutes in the morning doing a “Mental Workout” that would make you feel totally energised and amazing?
I do it everyday and I’m extremely productive, grateful and feel outstanding everyday.
And best of all, it’s not something you need to force yourself to do each day. When you do it once, it makes you feel so good that you can’t help but do it on a daily basis.
How would that feel for you?
Would you be able to get more things done on a daily basis? Would you be more focused on…
Why is it that only 21% of people who go to rehab stay sober after 5 years?
These poor results are happening all the time with every type of addiction.
And not just addictions, but just in our average lives.
When we try to make a radical change, it rarely ever sticks.
(New years resolutions come to mind)
One of the main reasons why it’s likely someone will relapse in addiction or simply give up with something in their life is because of their environment.
The environment isn’t the only factor of course, but it’s a biggie.
If you’re constantly…
These beliefs are what make me smile so much
Over the past few years, I’ve developed some rules in my life that have pushed me further than I could have ever hoped. Of course, these are the beliefs that I’ve personally created for myself, so they won’t all fit your life.
However, if one resonates with you, feel free to adopt it for your own life. I truly do hope that they change your life as they have and will continue to do throughout my life.
So, here are 11 beliefs that control my life and are responsible for me…
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always been someone who went to bed early and woke up early.
To my friends, it seemed weird.
To me, it seemed like the logical thing to do. I wanted to be up and raring to go in the morning.
I didn’t want to be laying In bed until 10am and then having to drag myself out of what felt like heaven. Those people were lazy in my mind.
Looking back, I now realise that was a naive way to look at people who were in bed until 10am.
Now that I…
I’m only 23 years old but I feel like I’m pretty experienced in the field of emotions because of my personal experiences.
Because of my desperation of striving for something better in my life, I’ve spent the last few years learning how to control my emotions on a daily basis and I’ve benefited massively from this.
However, there has always been a specific area that I just couldn’t figure out.
That area is…
So, let’s get into this, shall we?
Let me ask you a question:
Has there been a time in your life when even though you felt lethargic…
Journalling every day.
You’ve probably read a ton of articles promoting the benefits of journalling each day…
… but why aren’t you actually doing it each day?!
Why haven’t you stuck to it? Did you even start it?
Well, maybe it’s because the benefits haven’t really hit you hard enough for it to become a must for you.
After all, the mother of skill is repetition as Tony Robbins says. So, read this article, see the benefits of journalling and hopefully it will hit you differently this time.
The benefits are simply brilliant. Here’s a quick overview:
“The quality of your life is a direct reflection of the quality of the questions you are asking yourself” - Tony Robbins
If you spend your day asking why you need to go to work, why you’re not good enough, why you’re useless, then your brain is going to give you a crappy response that makes you feel even worse.
(Most people do this subconsciously)
The more you do that, the more negative emotions you will feel on a daily basis. Asking yourself these negative questions actually becomes a habit and that’s the case for the majority of the population.
Have you ever committed to creating a new habit and all of a sudden, it’s just a distant memory?
That’s a situation that far too many of us have experienced. (I know I’ve experienced it far more than I’d like to admit!)
We get excited about having the body of our dreams, about reading every day, about going for a run every morning, about eating a healthy breakfast…
But it somehow never manages to last.
Even when we want the benefits that the habit will bring, we still revert back to our old ways.
(This happens every single New Year)