I saw something absurd the other day. A highly engineered and specially designed race car stuck in a 35mph downtown street… This is not what the car was made for. And this is not what its creator, Enzo Ferrari, envisioned for it. This is a 6 speed, F-140, aluminum V-12, 4700 CC engine, with a 660 HP, that was built to go 0 to 60 in 3.8 seconds and race at 217mph… And those are just the 2010 specs:)

But here it is… STUCK!

I see this absurdity everyday, but not only in the streets. Walking into the gym, working out in class, at the grocery store, dining out, at the airport, etc…

We as human beings were designed with amazing unlimited potential with special gifts, talents and abilities and most are traveling down the wrong road and your potential is stuck in first gear.

That is not what our creator had envisioned for us.

Are you the one that is STUCK?!

1. Traveling down the wrong road…
Are in a job, company or a business that has you boxed in on the slow lane?
Is it keeping you from getting out of first gear and challenge your greater abilities?
Sometimes it is not the car, but the road the car is traveling on.

2. Are you traveling with pintos?
Are you going slow because you are keeping pace with ordinary slow cars when you were designed for racing?
Sometimes it is not the car it is the cars you are racing with.

3. Are you even aware YOU are a race car?
You are specifically designed for speed.
You are designed to race.
You were built for GREATNESS!
It is likely you haven’t even experienced HALF of what of what your top speed is.

Sometimes it is not the car, it is the one with the responsibility to drive it… That’s you!

If you’ve ever really gripped the wheel, braced your neck and punched the petal to the metal… The awesomeness and amazing of who you are and what you can do will simply exhilarate you!

Blog inspired by Darren Hardy. 

The O-Board Says…

5 sets for MAX reps against a 3-minute running clock of:
Run 300 Meters
Max Reps Dumbbell Man-Makers
Rest 2 minutes

Post by Chris; @cmoknows

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