Do you just muddle through the day and barely get it done?
Or are YOU on FIRE? A bonfire that is burning so hot that people have to back up from the heat?
People look at you and say “Damn…whats he got going on?”
What does it take to go from lukewarm to a raging fire?
You need to learn to create sparks and slowly build your fire.
Find out how a Navy SEAL conquered Fear to accomplish his Goals
Being lukewarm means your mediocre – your average.
You have to be allergic to average.
It takes HUSTLE and HEART (knowing your why) to rise above.
If you are going to do anything in your life you need to rise above average.
You must have a strong “WHY” as that will build your sparks and provide the breath of air to light your fire.
In order to get to your best self in life – you have to be on FIRE.
What will you do to Rise Up and start throwing sparks to light the fire you were meant to create?
Write down your goal.
Write down what it will take to get to your goal.
Write down what step in that process your average at.
Work on that weak step to improve your drive towards your goal.
Check out this old classic The Power of Positive Thinking. It has all the right stuff to get you moving forward.
Once you have read the book go back through and highlight certain passages and put them on 3×5 cards and read them aloud.
About the Author:
Brad McLeod knows first hand about mental toughness after being kicked out of a top tier Spec Ops training unit. He failed out of BUD/S the first time after failing a math test (made it through Hell Week and Dive Pool Comp). He came back a year later and graduated and served as an operator on the Navy SEAL Teams.
Today he is one of the most sought after mental conditioning coaches in the world today having recently returned from Ireland, Southern California, Pennsylvania and parts unknown in north Florida. SEALgrinderPT audios and Ebooks have been downloaded in 20 different countries around the globe.
Check out SEALgrinderPT Coaching to help you step up and take hold of your dreams and realize your goals.