These two men are very important in my life. They both have molded my character and work ethic where it is today. Very blessed to have them in my life. The old guy on the right is my dad and on the left the old looking blonde guy I consider my brother.
Staying consistent working on your goals and visions is takes 110% self discipline. It's easy to start out on track, but staying on track is very difficult with a ton of distractions, not making my priorities my priorities. Remember what you do and why you do it. Consistency, day in and day out, will lead to great success. Try it out for yourself and see the results.
Before you start your day. Take a minute and think...What do I do? And why do I do it? We take advantage of the life we have everyday. There's some people in the world who don't have a properly working brain. Who don't have 2 arms and 2 legs. Who don't have a family. And doesn't have basic living needs. Be grateful for what you have in life. Stay humble and help others in need. Have a good day everybody. God bless ❤
I always wanted to have a " perfect body " start of high school. I weighed around 140 with absolutely no muscle. My sophomore year I finally started to take lifting weights with a purpose. A purpose to have that physique I always wanted. People may say " oh you have a good physique " or " you're small why are you posting this " I could 100% agree with both of those comments. I have worked for the body I have today. I didn't wake up with a magic wand and sprinkled magic over my body and wake up with the physique I have today. I worked for it. I am small compared to very many others. I KNOW that. But I also KNOW that my progress with my body has been incredible to where I started out. Bottom line, be happy with the progress YOU have made in YOUR life. Always work for higher goals and the vision YOU want to be.
Many people go throughout their life and never realize their full potential. You can have ideas to make the world a better place, goals and visions to make your dreams your reality. But a small amount of people change their mindset, their beliefs, adapt to change and most importantly, use their brain to power their plans. Don't waste the 100 billion neurons in your brain. Use your brain to it's full potential.
Just wanted to thank my brother who had helped me mold and shape my character and work ethic. He has one of the biggest impacts on my life. And forever will. Thank people who have had an positive impact on your life. Could be family, teachers, friends or even a conversation with someone who inspired you. Never forget where your roots are.
When you think your life is turned upside down, turn your mindset and make it right side up. Sometimes the outcome isn't always what you desire it to be, but the true failure in life is not trying at all. There is no more high school baseball for me. Long story short, there's better competition on the team, and I didn't meet the coaches expectations. I 110% respect that. I know I'm not a D1 baseball player right now, I work and strive for it. But just because I didn't meet my coaches expectations doesn't mean I won't ever meet any other coaches expectations. It's apart of life. You fail. You fail. You fail again. And again. But doesn't mean you never stop trying. Believe in your dream. Keep working for what you WANT.