One of the favorite twitter accounts I follow is @year_progress.
When you see the year passing – it wakes you up.
I have another time on the Gyroscope app. It counts your life up by a milli-second.
You want a wakeup call?
See your self marching slowly towards death. By the milli-second.
All that time you’re wasting? That’s called LIFE.
You don’t waste time. You spend it. And then, it’s gone. Forever.
So here’s your wake up call.
2018 is HALF over.
“Life is what happens when you’re making other plans”
So what the hell are you waiting for?
Remember your New Years resolutions? What the hell happened to them?
You probably gave up?
Yeah, I know – I’m familiar with the story.
Things got tough in January or February and something came up and you lost your momentum.
Then March rolled around and winter went on for longer than it should have (so you took a week off (that turned into a couple months).
Then you missed the slot to get ready for Summer season – so now we’re here.
July 5th – 2018.
So here’s another reminder: You are going to die.
When you do – you are not going to care about what you wanted to do January 1st, 2018.
You are going to care about what you actually did in 2018.
- When’s the last time you did something on your impossible list?
- When’s the last time you felt strong?
- When’s the last time you went to bed feeling like you pushed your body to the point that you craved sleep?
If you’re want to still get something out of the year – you have to do two things.
First you have to fix your head. And the easiest way to do that is by fixing your body.
When you see real, tangible changes in your body – you start to realize that you can change things in your life in real, tangible ways.
So that’s what’s going to happen.
Next week, I’ll be unveiling my first training program in five years to help you fix your head, fix your body and help jump start your life.
You’re halfway through the year.
If you’re serious about re-jump-starting your year – this is a no-brainer.
“This is your life and it’s ending one minute at a time.”
What are you going to do with it?