In most instances, being stubborn can be viewed as a negative trait. As much as I love my wife, when she gets into her stubborn state of mind, she can be very difficult to be with. I’m not perfect myself; sometimes I am terribly inflexible when it comes to getting myself in a cleaning state.
However, when it comes to mental toughness training, being a bit pigheaded can go a long way. It can make you resistant to quitting like how it did for Joe at the bottom of the hill. He just flat out refused to give in. Continue reading The Toughest and Most Successful People Have This (Part 2)
The other day, I did a brutal WOD with a bunch of tough-ass athletes. The task was long sprints up this sharp, inclining hill. Words don’t describe how gnarly and punishing this hill is. The higher you go, the steeper it gets. Exponentially every step feels harder than the last one. By the halfway point, you serious don’t think you can make it. If you can get to ¾ of the top, you are already regretting doing the workout. Continue reading The Toughest and Most Successful People Have This (Part 1) A Repost
(In this final installment on how to prepare your mind for life’s problem, I want to stress how important it is for all of you to do the morning prep work. It must be treated as a skill and be taken seriously. If you find yourself going through the motions with the self reflective questions, you will not benefit from this mental toughness program. It must become part of your daily morning routine. So get up, brush your teeth, take shower, make breakfast and get off your social media. Instead, prime your mind to face the landmines in your life that are waiting to blow up in your face. The more prepare you yourself to do battle with your new and old adversities, the better your chances of defeating them.)
By signing up for in this mental toughness program you have taking a defiant stand against those who want to have their way with you just for their amusement. Continue reading Mental Toughness Life Skill #1 – Prepare Yourself to be the Aggressor (A Repost)
So whatever you put in your mouth, ask yourself the tough questions: am I eating for health benefits down the line? Or am I just satisfying my immediate needs? These two are the basic questions you need. If you Continue reading The Number One Key for Mental Toughness (Part 3)