In my athletic, business, and other life endeavors I've gone through it. It's human nature to feel beat, exhausted, and want to give up. The difference between the real performers, good athletes and successful people, and those who are comfortable with average or below average accomplishments in life, is that the real performers bounce back very quickly. We know how to stay focused by getting back on track. You see it's just like Newtons first law. An object in motion tends to stay in motion. If you stop, everything stops. If you feel like giving up, hey that's normal, but get up and get going again to regain your winning momentum. Sometimes it can feel like you're forcing yourself to get into action. I've been there, we all have. Although I'll admit that forcing myself to act has helped me in the past, it's not my first choice. Why? Because it all starts from the inside. Clear your mind let people that are close to you cheer you up, and then refocus. Once you're in the right vibration it naturally becomes effortless to take action. Vibration is where it all starts. Everything in this universe operates at different vibrations. Some good, some destructive. When you're in the right vibration, you feel better, you know it. When you feel better you can easily bounce back. You can regain your winning momentum.
Either in athletics or in life. You get your good vibes by first helping yourself, and then helping others. Clean up your act !! Get your attitude, health, and diet right. Then help others do the same. It reinforces your direction and purpose. My advise, find an short term 90 day achievable goal to set your sights on. Seek instruction and learn to do something you've always wanted to do. It's a great stress reliever and you can scratch something off your bucket list. Now, don't be the guy that hits it hard for 2 weeks, tells everyone about it and quits as soon as it becomes difficult or you aren't bathing in your friends positive attention. Quitting and claiming "I'm only human" gives not only you, but your friends living vicariously through your efforts a excuse to fail in their endeavors.
Keep your eyes on the prize! You need to work toward your stated purpose in incremental steps, run a mile today, marathon tomorrow. The most important question to ask before you try to achieve any goal is, do you really have a strong desire to make it, a powerful purpose that motivates you, that magic glitter in your eyes when you think about it, the certainty to make it? If not, your effort will be futile. Just search deeper and keep looking for that which really sparks you. Avoid delaying any of your activities by leaving them to be done for tomorrow, next week, next month etc. Rather do them now and move on to the next level or project. Remember that nothing is impossible, if you try your best you'll be happy with your efforts. It has been proven that people who have group or family support are more likely to reach their goals than people who go solo. So seek out a like minded group or personal instruction or a coach.
If you don't feel like giving up once and a while, then check to see if you have a pulse. You might not be alive. Play the game full out, whatever it is. At times, you'll feel like giving up, but don't, it's that effort allows us to bounce back quickly. Get clear on your purpose and create a compelling vision to help you stay focused. These are the gifts that keep on giving. They'll give you that bounce, to take fitness, athletics, and life full on. To get back up and keep going. I know if you're willing to focus and work hard, "the sky's the limit." I have faith in you, now you have faith in you. Now watch this video it's truly inspiring. Good Luck...
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