When was the last time? … for the committed only

Listen up for a minute.  I wanna ask you something and I want you to answer it honestly.... When was the last time you achieved or completed something you really wanted? Something that made you damn proud of yourself? Got something? Write it down, seriously. We live in a time where it’s EASY to take the EASY road.

Things are not a matter of life or death in 2020; most things feel as though a consequence barely exists for lazy choices. We live in a safe zone of mediocrity where we have so many options and no immediate threat and, it seems, we always have the option to take the easy way out when things feel hard. Plus, our attention, and willpower are weaker than ever from all the technology we have at our fingertips stealing our focus.
Sure, deep down we know consequences exist for not doing accepting we have better to give.
Deep down we know it is IMPOSSIBLE to live up to the purpose and person we’re meant to become when we always play it safe and follow the herd of sheep.
Deep down we know and, while it might bother us, we let it slide because we’ve been given a free pass by society.
Life has turned into that “participation” medal they give every kid in school, now instead of having to EARN that 1st place ribbon. We don’t even have to show up, level up, or grow anymore, because we’ll always get a pat on the back for just “being”.
But guess what? There are consequences - HUGE fucking consequences - and they don’t always show up immediately, but you better believe they ALWAYS show up.
Sometimes it’s in the form of anxiety or feeling a lack of purpose or, as is more and more evident, it shows up as crippling depression. Because deep down, you know...something is missing.

Things are not a matter of life or death in 2020; most things feel as though a consequence barely exists for lazy choices. We live in a safe zone of mediocrity where we have so many options and no immediate threat and, it seems, we always have the option to take the easy way out when things feel hard. Plus, our attention, and willpower are weaker than ever from all the technology we have at our fingertips stealing our focus. Sure, deep down we know consequences exist for not doing accepting we have better to give. Deep down we know it is IMPOSSIBLE to live up to the purpose and person we’re meant to become when we always play it safe and follow the herd of sheep.

Deep down we know and, while it might bother us, we let it slide because we’ve been given a free pass by society.
Life has turned into that “participation” medal they give every kid in school, now instead of having to EARN that 1st place ribbon. We don’t even have to show up, level up, or grow anymore, because we’ll always get a pat on the back for just “being”.
But guess what? There are consequences - HUGE fucking consequences - and they don’t always show up immediately, but you better believe they ALWAYS show up.
Sometimes it’s in the form of anxiety or feeling a lack of purpose or, as is more and more evident, it shows up as crippling depression. Because deep down, you know...something is missing.
You KNOW you’re so much more capable and when you have NOT served or found your higher purpose or wake up feeling like you have a drive, it’s hard to feel like you’re here for a reason or progressing at anything.
Without progress, as humans, we get anxiously depressed.

You see where I’m going with this, guys?

We’ve become complacent and OK with not absolutely winning our day – every day.
Now I want you to think back and try to remember the surge of confidence and happiness you had when you actually accomplished something that took the extra effort or did the DEEP WORK.
Some of you are drawing a blank right now, aren’t you? I know, because I’ve been there and it’s a sad place.
Winning in life is like anything else we do. It's A HABIT, a learned behavior and something we get better at the more we do.
I’m not talking about the beer league slow-pitch game here. I’m talking about winning at your fucking LIFE.
Winning to the point that it becomes a habit and you expect great things of yourself; when you hold yourself accountable for your results. Anything less than what you are capable of would be a waste of your God-given potential.
The thing about winners is they generally can’t wait to begin setting their next obstacle/goal so they can experience the rush of PROGRESSING. They know the work is never done because the JOURNEY IS THE REWARD and is what gives them a purposeful, meaningful life!

THIS IS LIVING.

I remember TONY ROBBINS saying to me once, “If one word exists that could determine or describe happiness long-term, it is PROGRESS.”
Not exactly the word I was expecting but I thought about that statement for the rest of the day (and still do years later) and I now believe he was 100% right. To not be progressing and moving forward in life, is to have no REAL life at all.
Failure is often where success comes from. Fear is also something not to be fearful of.  Our brains like to push us into safety and complacency, but that’s not where we thrive.

No growth = no fulfilment. Not feeling like you’re progressing (even in small ways) will leave you feeling empty and, as human beings, we are wired to search for things that give us that sense of meaning.

No material thing or amount of money will fill that void or give you the exhilaration of accomplishing and achieving significant goals in life.
It’s what makes us tick but, sadly, society seems to be pushing us in the wrong direction.
Creating discipline with habits that force us into better situations is absolutely essential no matter if it’s reaching your physique goals or becoming more successful or just ending each day with a feeling of having moved forward in some way.
Have you ever noticed that invincible feeling you get when you persist and accomplish something? Think of a small child learning to walk. They try, they fall (and often cry) but they always get up, shake it off and try again until that first faltering step turns into many. They’re SO proud of themselves and before you know it, they’re running and climbing and their whole world gets bigger! It’s the same with any of us. The next goal seems like no big deal when you’ve reached that first one and you’re filled with confidence and self-respect.
Every time we raise the bar and become a little bit stronger, our belief in ourselves grows stronger too. This is an unstoppable force when we compound it for a few years.
Our purpose then, is that need to keep striving upward and onward toward what some call the ‘infinite”.
We simply ARE NOT truly happy unless we are progressing and failure will ALWAYS be a part of the journey. So, stop looking at failing as a negative. Instead, see it as another crucial stepping stone to the endless pursuit of becoming your greatest SELF.
We always have a choice to LIVE our lives or...to simply EXIST.
I know you have already made the right choice since you have read this far.

-Coach Rosie

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