Stop Underdelivering In Life

In life, we receive countless opportunities to live a more fulfilling life. Regardless if we see them as sufficient, useful or beneficial in the moment. More often than not, most instances, interactions and relationships, are golden opportunities to help further you towards a better life. The opportunities I’m talking about Read more…

“From 50-1900”

“From 50-1900” Chapter 1 – “Show time” I showed up half an hour early for my morning swim, misremembering what time the team swim ended on Saturday mornings. As I waited, I sat relaxed, prepared but anxious. I watched 10-20 year old swimmers training for greatness. The teams coach, standing Read more…

The Power of Discomfort

It’s funny how a thing like discomfort, a word synonymous with pain, stress and uneasiness, can be such a powerful tool in increasing our fulfillment. Discomfort is one of those things that provide very little immediate gratification, but has great long term benefits towards success and happiness. I view discomfort Read more…

Test Yourself to Live Your Best Life

Why does hearing stories of great accomplishments, and impressive feats of mental, or physical display motivate us? It’s because we admire grit, hard-work, and any quality associated with bettering oneself – life’s one true purpose. Deep down, we want to be like these people.

It’s why we admire professional athletes, awe in amazement when we watch the world’s strongest man competitions, listen to advice from top performers professionally and why we respect those willing to suffer and sacrifice for great reward. It’s the reason we get motivated to change for the better when our friends decide to improve their life first, and it’s why we constantly set goals to improve the person we are. We want to be like the people we admire.

Whether we vocalize it or not, we all love being recognized, complimented and deemed as admirable. It’s why the greatest sound in the world is the pronouncing of our name. We love to hear people talk about us.

But in order to become this person, we must test our limits, and be willing to challenge complacency.


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