Every single f**king weekday I’m home… the same maddening moment. It’s 4:30 am, right when I get to the gym. By this time I’ve...

Every single f**king weekday I’m home… the same maddening moment. It’s 4:30 am, right when I get to the gym. By this time I’ve been up for an hour and done… - Meal & supplement prep for the day - Daily schedule review - Stop at Maverik for coffee (to be drank after workout en route to office) - About 45 mins of audiobook or podcast listening It’s a ritual that borders on a tick… involuntary at this point. Then it happens. My ego wakes up. I start to feel. I snap out of my somnambulant inertia and the questioning begins. It always happens right before I start my workout, as if my body knows that once endorphins kick in I will be on a roll and protesting will be pointless. The same questions every time: Wtf am I doing? Why do I live like this? Cue the inner tempter/critic… “Go home, get back in bed w your beautiful wife, be there when Stella wakes up, make a sugary, floury, toxically-carby breakfast, and please, for the love of God, stop being such a preachy, holier-than-though driver. No one’s fooled, Jeff. They can all see you’re really just driving yourself crazy. And them too they’re just too nice to say it.” Every Monday thru Friday at this time, the same mental wrestling match. Subconscious vs conscious, winner TBD daily. The voices of compromise get their moment. They insist, I indulge. But then I think about why I am here. I think about the nature of life and success. I think about regret. I think about my family and the name we carry. I think about the good work I’m privileged to be a part of in the world. And most of all I think about how by the time I need to be ready it will be too late to get ready, so I need to be getting ready now. Ready for what? Ready for life. Ready for endurance. Ready to make hard choices. Ready to bet on myself. Ready to keep promises and commitments. Ready to live extraordinary. There’s a popular saying that how we do one thing is how we do everything. I like to add a time component to that saying… How we do one thing now is how we will do everything later. So, voices, I hear you. Your concerns have been noted. But I question your motives. So today, once again, I’ll be moving forward with the plan. Onward. ~~~ Your financial outlook is ready to improve! For more information please visit The Success Path Fast Track! - 

Every single f**king weekday I’m home… the same maddening moment.

It’s 4:30 am, right when I get to the gym.

By this time I’ve...






Every single f**king weekday I’m home… the same maddening moment.

It’s 4:30 am, right when I get to the gym.

By this time I’ve been up for an hour and done…

- Meal & supplement prep for the day
- Daily schedule review
- Stop at Maverik for coffee (to be drank after workout en route to office)
- About 45 mins of audiobook or podcast listening

It’s a ritual that borders on a tick… involuntary at this point.

Then it happens.

My ego wakes up. I start to feel. I snap out of my somnambulant inertia and the questioning begins.

It always happens right before I start my workout, as if my body knows that once endorphins kick in I will be on a roll and protesting will be pointless.

The same questions every time: Wtf am I doing? Why do I live like this?

Cue the inner tempter/critic…

“Go home, get back in bed w your beautiful wife, be there when Stella wakes up, make a sugary, floury, toxically-carby breakfast, and please, for the love of God, stop being such a preachy, holier-than-though driver. No one’s fooled, Jeff. They can all see you’re really just driving yourself crazy. And them too they’re just too nice to say it.”

Every Monday thru Friday at this time, the same mental wrestling match. Subconscious vs conscious, winner TBD daily.

The voices of compromise get their moment. They insist, I indulge.

But then I think about why I am here. I think about the nature of life and success. I think about regret. I think about my family and the name we carry. I think about the good work I’m privileged to be a part of in the world.

And most of all I think about how by the time I need to be ready it will be too late to get ready, so I need to be getting ready now.

Ready for what?

Ready for life. Ready for endurance. Ready to make hard choices. Ready to bet on myself. Ready to keep promises and commitments. Ready to live extraordinary.

There’s a popular saying that how we do one thing is how we do everything.

I like to add a time component to that saying… How we do one thing now is how we will do everything later.

So, voices, I hear you. Your concerns have been noted. But I question your motives.

So today, once again, I’ll be moving forward with the plan.

Onward.

~~~

Your financial outlook is ready to improve! For more information please visit The Success Path Fast Track! -