Train your Weakness

With many self limiting beliefs you will find a common trait of an imaginary person that can do this or that by the term "they", "her", "him" and other non specific nouns. This is the is cop out that the mind plays. Challenge your self with the hard things for that is where your true potential will come from.

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Honest Truth about Vulnerability

I don't like to do it personally. My 80's action stars that I grew up watching were never vulnerable as they would single-handedly take on the Vietcong or a small Caribbean island of baddies. My vulnerability is also not my story as to how I want to gain attention or look for social value. Why did I do it?

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The #1 Tweak I've Made

I have been aware of brain training, motivation, reading positive thoughts, saying mantras, visualization techniques, and any other tool for 3 years now. They have helped me tremendously and I continue to keep up my practice to this day. There has been one tweak that I have made to my weekly schedule that has helped me multiply the return on my investment with these practices. This has been with the help of Katy Corbett.

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Those "Days"

We all have days were we feel "off." We wake up and don't have much energy, our eyes feel heavy, and the legs are filled with lead. We get up and go about our routine but we can't seem to shake the fog. Our whole day shifts later and later as we realize that not much is going to get done till the body wakes up fully. These "blah" days affect us all so how do we deal with them?

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Mental Chatter

There are many thoughts that run through our head. We will have thoughts of scarcity, abundance, fear, confidence, ego, humility, feeling swole and on the gain train, and feeling like we suddenly became fat. Which thoughts do we pay attention to, when do we pay attention to them, and how do we ignore the negative? Lets go through a couple common thoughts that you will experience as you work out.

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