There’s absolutely nothing stopping you from becoming a dominant freak of nature in all areas of life, other than the FALSE limitations you’ve accepted for yourself based off how you were raised, who/what you’ve been exposed to & the BS society has conditioned you to believe is true as far as what you’re truly capable of! And it all starts with understanding the power of your mind. In episode 12 Chris, shares a powerful, bone chilling story of what he was able to accomplish in 2 years by going full throttle & how he kept going until literally he woke up in the hospital, not knowing how he got there, being rushed to receive multiple emergency blood transfusions, laying on a hospital gurney in his own urine and feces.
In episode 11, Chris answers some questions from our listeners ranging from what to do when there’s tension between you and your boss, how to recognize when you’ve outgrown old friends, hacks to speed up the personal development process, tips on building mental toughness, how to get yourself up and moving when you’re tired and much more! This episode is exploding with practical action steps of extreme value. You’re not going to want to miss out!
In Episode 10 Chris sits down with his friend WWE Superstar and entrepreneur Raj Dhesi, aka Jinder Mahal. They discuss Raj’s incredible & inspiring journey, the adversity he faced and how he went from being unemployed, depressed, out of shape and a full blown alcoholic on the verge of giving up on his lifelong dream of being a professional wrestler
Living a top 5% life isn’t easy. It requires a lot of work, discipline, dedication and something most fail to factor in; sacrifice. Success of any kind requires sacrifice, as your goals, dreams and targets will not just magically materialize in your life. If sufficient levels of sacrifice are not made, the sustainability of the massive action required to successfully reach your desired outcome will not be possible. After all, how can we responsibly expect change
Successful people are problem solvers by nature. They understand the way to bring more success into their lives and create better opportunities comes down to the value they bring to their company, the people around them and the outside world in general. They’re always willing to step up, they pay attention to details,
Having a productive, successful day is not something that just happens by accident, it’s an organic byproduct of structure, simple process and practical actions that literally ANYONE can apply in their life. In episode 7, Chris, Rick and Matt go over a step by step breakdown on how to be the most efficient, disciplined, productive version of you, so that you’re able to win the day, EVERY F’n DAY!
Doubt, criticism, negativity and lack of support are all part of the journey. So many people fail to recognize this fact and allow it to impact them unfavorably when confronted with it, failing to recognize the value and opportunity present. The doubt and negative criticism others project on to those who are making moves
Adversity is essential for growth & necessary for optimal human development. Sadly, most will run away or shut down at the first indication of discomfort, often letting the adversity & pressure from a single area of life, contaminate every other area, putting their lives in an out of control tail spin! Like it or not, we will all face adversity! How you face it matters! The reason the average person will remain an “average” person, is because they have not experienced …
Excuses hold us back from reaching our full potential, are self sabotaging, make others lose respect for us and us to lose respect for ourselves. When we make excuses for our failures, mistakes or as a reason to justify why we aren’t where we want to be, we hard wire our minds to actually start accepting these fabricated truths as reality, placing severe limitations on our ability to grow.
Close your eyes. Visualize someone, whether it’s a real person or someone you make up in your mind that you believe epitomizes the word “success”. Open them back up. We could have millions of people do this exercise, ask them who they thought of and although the answers would differ significantly,