You can always do one more!

Bit of short and sharp motivation for you guys from my own struggles and internal battles in training.

There is a limit that your mind sets yourself- commonly known as “Being uncomfortable”. Being uncomfortable is not your limit, this is the limit where fatigue sets in and you start to slow down- you start to stop or become weak. This is not the point where you have to stop, this is the same when you get worn down day after day at a terrible job where you aren’t appreciated, where the moneys terrible and you dream of doing something else like your own business, website or even retiring. Stopping at uncomfortable is when you lose your gold medal, it’s where your goal dissipates.

So what is after uncomfortable? When I’m at my wits end with my career, or I’ve hit the “wall” on a run or I wanted 6 reps on a squat and I feel tired after 4.

The answer is Exhaustion- doesn’t sound better does it? But this is the difference between Gold and Silver, this is the difference between slogging out a job that you don’t like or taking action towards it. It’s the point where you defy your head and get those extra two repetitions on the squat. This is the mentality that makes champions and heroes alike.

The goal in life is to never be uncomfortable- how does that translate to your career? Don’t put up with it- find out what you need to make a change and see how you can do it.

Write that book, join the gym, go with your idea, confront that person.

And most all, don’t settle for anything less than Gold.

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