Go after what you want or STAY WHERE YOU ARE.

If you’re not going for your dream, then what the fuck are you doing?

As far as I know you only get one life, one chance.

Why waste it living someone else’s life? Someone else’s dream?

What are you afraid of?

Seriously, ask your self.

WHAT ARE YOU AFRAID OF?

What’s holding you back?

What is scaring you?

Is it others opinions?

Is it a fear of failure?

Do you just not think your good enough?

Because here’s your motherfucking options.

YOU EITHER GO AFTER WHAT YOU WANT OR YOU STAY WHERE YOU ARE.

I’ll repeat.

YOU EITHER GO AFTER WHAT YOU WANT OR YOU STAY WHERE YOU ARE.

I would rather die on my feet trying than live a life on my knees.

When you’re on your deathbed surrounded by family will you be able to say “I gave it my all”?

Or will you be full of regret saying “Fuck me, I fucked up big time”.

I hope this scares.

Scares you into greatness.

Because it’s real.

IT’S SO FUCKING REAL AND IT WILL HAPPEN TO YOU IF YOU DON’T DO WHAT YOU NEED TO DO.

But, it won’t happen to me.

If I die tomorrow I can at least die saying I tried.

Can you say that?

Or will you be saying “man, I fucked up”.

GO FOR IT. GO FOR IT. GO FOR IT.

PULL TRIGGERS.

STOP BEING AFRAID.

FEAR WILL HOLD YOU BACK.

YOU LEARN BY DOING.

MOVE. MOVE. MOVE.

MOVE NOW OR STAY WHERE YOU ARE.

YOU’RE A KILLER. GO MAKE IT HAPPEN.

How to do anything. “WHY”.

Here is a 2 minute speech I wrote and will be presenting at 2 x local Toastmasters I attend.

It’s about why the fuck you need a strong “WHY”.

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You can do anything if your WHY is strong enough.

I don’t always like pushing myself.

I don’t always like stepping out of my comfort zone.

And I don’t always like trying to do things I don’t yet know how to do.

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But, I do always want to improve my life.

And I do always want to become more self-confident and self-reliant.

And I damn sure do always want to become a true master of my crafts.

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My friend told me the other day that he can’t do cold showers because he’s wog and that wogs apparently don’t do the cold…

So, I told him that if I had a gun to his girlfriend’s head and I told him that I was going to kill her unless he has a cold shower I bet he would.

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And I bet you would too.

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You see, it’s all about the WHY…

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If you have a strong WHY, you’re inspired.

If you have a strong WHY, you’re motivated.

If you have a weak WHY, you will crumble.

If you have a weak WHY, you won’t put the effort in.

Who are you doing this for, why are you doing it, where are you going and most importantly WHAT THE HELL DO YOU WANT!

You have to train yourself.

You have to train yourself to think more about what you want rather than what you have to do to get it.

If people truly knew how much work they would have to do to become a doctor, do you think they might give up before they start?.

If you knew how much work having children would be, do you think you might not have had them?

If you knew the amount of effort you had to put in to save a deposit to buy your own home, do you think you might have just kept on renting?

I’m not asking you to not consider the road ahead.

I’m just asking you to consider your WHY more!

Because when times get tough…

And the chips are down.

And you’re feeling scared, lazy… or stuck in a freezing cold shower…

The WHY is what gets you through.

The WHY is what picks you up by the bootstraps.

The WHY is what tells you to keep moving forward even though you can’t see where the hell you’re going!

Martin Luther King had a strong WHY?

Nelson Mandela had a strong WHY?

Mother Teresa had a strong WHY?

Do you?

How To Get Uncomfortable To Get Comfortable

Your ability to attain success has a lot to do with how much pressure you can handle.

Zuckerberg, Ford, Carnegie, Colonel Sanders, Mayweather, Jordan and Ma.

How much pressure can they take?

How much pressure can you take?

When push comes to shove do you run?

When push comes to shove do you stare down the barrel of the gun and say “Fuck you. Do your worst”. Continue reading “How To Get Uncomfortable To Get Comfortable”