The Best Answers Aren’t Answers; They’re Questions.

“My prospective client is looking for easy answers. They want me to tell them that they can have what they want. But what they want is transformational physical change without making the necessary investments. They don’t like my questions because they force them to deal with their real constraint: a lack of physical/mental/emotional resources. But until they can answer the questions about how they can invest in the results they want, they can’t have powerful physical results.”

I’ve recently uncovered another philosophy in life. We get further in life, we achieve better results when we begin to ask ourselves better questions. A lousy question will result in a lousy answer, resulting in a lousy outcome. A better question will produce you better answers, resulting in a better results… Sounds simple right?

Think about the gap between your present results and the results you really want. The difference between where you are now and where you want to be can be found in the tough questions, the questions you are avoiding because there are no easy answers (or because they answers make you uncomfortable).

    • What do you have to change in order to have the results you need?
    • Who do you have to become to make those changes?
    • What risk do you have to take?
    • What are some sacrifices you need to make?

What questions do you need to ask yourself? Or answer the questions above. Your new life/breakthrough can be just a few answers away.

The O-Board Says…

A. Find your 1 Rep Max Over Head Squat

B. AMRAP 12 minutes:
30 Box Jumps
10 Push Press
20 Box Jumps
20 Push Press
10 Box Jumps
30 Push Press

Post by Chris.