Yeah, yeah, I know, be you? No, just the opposite, be yourself. The more I interact with my clients, family and friends I learn more and more how it is important to be myself. Sometimes we try and emulate others, impress others (feats of strength) or just flat out lie to others to hype ourselves. Today, take time to figure out who you are. You say, I know who I am, really do you. Well, the clock starts now. Share your thoughts please.
“The only way you discover a new identity is by letting an old one go. And the only way you’ll find security in Christ is by throwing down the human securities we tend to cling too.” Mark Batterson
What part of your identity are you hanging onto like it is a security blanket, giving you comfort, even though it's holding you back? Is it time to let go?
Don’t waiting forever for conditions to be perfect. Go ahead with the way things are, with what you have, and get busy creating new value. You are surrounded by great abundance, so make positive and diligent use of it. Stand up straight, take a deep breath, put a smile on your face and get busy making good things happen. This is your moment, ACT!
Choice is a powerful thing. It provides us with a great deal of personal responsibility. There may be external factors in each of our days, but the choices in which we make are what make our successes or struggles. Stay the course, HOLD FAST, and NEVER give up. You are the captain of your own destiny. Be the best you, YOU can be.
another long day, training since 7am, is time to relax and, well just relax. After a long day at 3 gyms the body looks forward to sitting! How do you relax after a long day?
I will not be a victim to my circumstances, my weakness, or my AGE. I will not make excuses. I will succeed or fail. And then try again, often at something harder.
Well, it is days like this that allow me to be thankful for life. My day started with a 7:15am BOSU BLAST group class, then jumped in car and boogied to my other training facility and went from 8:30-12:30 before a quick 30 minute break. Then closed out the next hour and half training. All the while my 6 year (Kaila) was out of schooled and hung out with me. She was a trooper, just smiled and kept busy in the gym. After a loooong day, we just got back from a dad/daughter play and park walk. Now she is enjoying the rewards of a cool (popsicle) treat. It has been a great day :-)