It’s not till October, but it’s been a bit since doing one of these races, and I have to step up my training.
I’m a little less in shape than I was a couple years back, when I was a regular at my health club doing fitness classes everyday.
These last couple weeks I’ve started being a little more consistent with my running.
I got out this morning before the crazy heat hits in the afternoon :fire:
A little more than half way in to my run, the voices started.
You know those voices, right?
I’m tired, I’m sore, I should slow down, take a break, your hot & out of breath.
These voices were loud at times. I almost stopped to take a breather. But… this morning, I decided to ‘keep going’ despite those voices.
Just like we have a disempowering voice, we also have an empowering voice.
One voice is usually louder than the other.
We talk to ourselves more than we talk to others. Listen to your self-talk. It’s either pushing you forward, or it’s holding you back.
Please remember this…
You can do so much more than you think you can do
Do what you think you can do, and then do a little bit more
When you do this, your empowering voice starts to get louder & your disempowering voice turns to a whisper.
What do you have on the go this week? How can you step it up & push yourself to do more? Let me know in the comments below.
ps. I recently started up the Epic Dad’s Brotherhood & our Founding Brothers are joining. It’s all about a group of awesome Dad’s supporting each other around Health, Wealth, Being a Great Dad & Living a Rich Life. Know anyone that can use a little more of that? Leave a comment below!
Mike Gillespie | Epic Living Coach | Epic Living Academy
Badass Dad, Peak Performance Coach, Entrepreneur, Investor, Butt Kicker, Boundary Pusher, School Builder, Speaker, Explorer, Extreme Sports Enthusiast, Visionary & Positive Thinking Dude Who’s Dedicated to Helping You Become the Happiest and Healthiest Person You Know!
I was born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario and for as long as I can remember, I’ve always been very positive & optimistic. As a young boy, I was a dreamer, a doer and excited for life! I remember growing up, before any big test at school, or soccer game, my mom would always remind me to Do My Best! I’m a wee bit of a perfectionist because of that. And, today, I’m still all of those things, but now a man, driven, dedicated and committed to living a life on my own terms.