Stuff happens.

When something goes bad in your life (lose your job, a relationship break-up, you gain a TON of weight, not happy, your car gets stolen, etc…);

Who is to blame? Things, other people, family, environment, traffic, economy, your accountant, republicans, democratic’s, etc…


Everything that happens to you in your life (good or bad)…is 100% YOUR FAULT!

Think about it. It may be hard to swallow. But I can tell you this, when you do believe this and/or buy into it, you will free yourself from a lot of grief/guilt/frustration and begin to really start moving forward with what you want to make out of your life.

Now flip it around.

When things are going well in your life…its YOUR FAULT! That is awesome! When you get back in shape, when you CONQUER your fears, when you reach your goals and dreams. You can take total control of you life, no one else can. That is a daunting and wonderful responsibility at the same time. You have the power to help yourself and set an example for others.

Say this out loud as you read it, “I am exactly where I am because of the thoughts that I create and the actions that I take.”

If this (your life, your goals, your FITness, your dreams) is going to happen, its up to YOU and only YOU. Do 3 very simple things by the end of this week before the thrill of the new year hoopla fades:

1. Make a least one GOAL for your FITness, personal and professional life in 2015 and why you want this to happen.
2. Make it public (perhaps posting to the comments). Holding it inside will allow you to talk yourself out of it because no else knows.
3. Have a plan. Get with your coach. Seek out successful people that have and are already doing your goals and pick their brain. Map it out. Schedule it in advance.

Responsibility = Power

What are you going to do about it?

The O-Board Says…

A. 3 Rep Back Squat
(3 Rep every 90s, 8 rounds)

B. AMRAP 14 Minutes:
50 Wallball
40 Box Jump
30 KB Swing
20 Toes 2 Bar
10 Muscle up (3x:10 dip/ 10 PU)

Post by Chris; @cmoknows

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