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How To Get Farther, Better, Stronger... Faster

If you follow me on Social Media, you saw that last week my focus was on Change.

In my Accountability Group, we talked about how if nothing changes, then nothing changes.

We noted that we must be the ones that make the change in order to live our best lives. We agreed that if you don’t like something, then it's up to you to change it. If you want to see change, then be the change you want to see.

I encouraged them to find something that they wanted to change and to act on it.

Making changes is not easy. Challenging yourself to be stronger, wiser, faster, healthier, or more focused requires you to be strong, resilient, positive and to focus on the end state and accomplishing that goal or challenge.

If you do today what others won’t, tomorrow you can do what others can’t. (Click to Tweet)


Did you push yourself hard this past week? If not, then take this week coming up to push yourself, and I mean REALLY PUSH yourself.

If you say you’re going to work out harder, then quantify what that means and do it. 100 sit-ups a day? Run an extra mile? Or maybe it's 100 emails to potential clients this week? 10 more calls to reconnect with old clients. Learning a new program you’ve been putting off.

Don’t just ‘do it’. Do it to the point of exhaustion. I want you to go beyond what you think you’re capable of doing and then… DO MORE OF IT!

Don’t stop when you think you’re done. I know it sounds crazy but I really want you to try this week to get uncomfortable, get frustrated, get exhausted by what you’re doing and then KEEP GOING!

Don't just learn a new program, implement it.

Don't just run the extra mile, make it your fastest mile.

Don't just do 100 sit-ups, use a 10lb dumbell and make them weighted situps.

Don't just say you're going to get up an hour early and get more work done, DO IT!

Feel the pain this week of what it means to really push yourself. The harder you push yourself, the better you become.

We are all capable of 20x more than we think we are. It’s called the 20x Factor - a term coined by a former Navy SEAL, Mark Divine. He says, “Unless you push yourself through boundaries, you will NOT arrive at your challenges with the confidence and the belief that you CAN and WILL succeed.”

This week, push harder than you’ve ever pushed yourself in one aspect of your life - health, fitness, business, personal, relationship. FOCUS on that this week and please share it with me. I want to know what you're setting out to do and then want to hear about you doing it. Share your wins! Email me, post them on social media, text me. I can't wait to hear from you.

Follow my @Instagram this coming week as I talk about FOCUS and how to achieve your best version of yourself.

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