Posts Tagged ‘effort’

Hey Guys,

Just here to give you some mid week motivation.

We all know that the road to success or the road to reaching our goals is an on-going process.

People ask me all the time what keeps me motivated. Truth be told, I use MANY tools to keep me focused and I will continue to share them with you all throughout the year as I have done for the past 16 months.

There are many times where I find myself lacking motivation, we all go through it. This is why we must do what it takes to stay on track and to keep on pushing forward.

The only person directing your life is you…

The question is though:

What direction are you going???

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Hard Work Pays Off

Hard work pays off. As I’m getting older, I’m learning that nothing that’s worth it comes easy in life. It could be a degree your studying for, the body fat you’re trying to loose or even that special person you’re trying to get with. You have to put in work…

Far to many times in life we say we want to become better or we want to achieve something but how bad do we really want it…How much are you really willing to put in that work?

If you want something bad enough you will do what it takes…believe me!

I use to wake up at 5.30am to go gym and do fasted cardio…All because I wanted abs. I would then go gym again later in the evening to do weights because I also wanted to gain muscle. Tiredness wasn’t an excuse because I wanted it and I wanted it bad! Nothing was going to stop me…

90+ days later I was ripped and in the best shape of my life. Funny, because people started asking me what I was taking…It’s like people forget that there is such a thing called “hard work”.

The point I’m trying to make is you have to put in the work no matter what the goal is. Even saving up money isn’t easy as it takes discipline to not go online and buy everything that is on sale.

Some things that help me reach my goals and will help you are:

1) Goal Setting
2) Staying Disciplined
3) Believing in yourself (no one else will if you don’t)
4) Wanting it bad enough
5) Writing down your goal on paper
6) Tell people what you are trying to do – It’s embarrassing when they ask you how you’re getting along and you tell them your a failure
7) The drive for success
8) The pain of failure (thanks to my bro for that one)
9) The achievement of reaching the goal
10) Proving to yourself that you can do it

Bonus Tip – “Visualisation” – I’ve covered this in a previous post and will find the link for those that are new or haven’t read it yet. Visualisation is a very powerful tool.

Going to keep it short as I have to be up at 5am (not for cardio thankfully lol)

I hope you guys have a serious think on this one as I’m sure all of us are trying to achieve something in our life’s.

Take care and stay blessed.

Much Love

David