I'm sitting in sweat-soaked clothes as I type this because I've reached a breaking point. It's become so apparent to me that I have been a lazy bag of shit in regards to blogging on a fairly regular basis. This is unacceptable.
It's not that I think I have an immense amount of information that MUST be acknowledged by others, but rather the fact that I really enjoy writing. In fact, despite my uncertainty of what punctuation goes where and when, I love to write. I always have. I find that it's my way of getting what's in my head out. Not to mention the fact that I have been playing in this strength game for some time now, and I do have some (In my opinion) valuable information that may help others succeed.
So, as I drove home from the gym after getting annihilated by one of Coach Nick Mounce's "The Grind" workouts, I realized that I have to get back to writing - for me, for the biz, and for the enjoyment of it. I guess it may have been all of those endorphins rushing through my system after getting my face kicked in by the AirDyne, but I knew I had to walk right in and type something, anything and post it.
You see, two of the most valuable lessons I have ever learned apply to this scenario and to many others that you and I will undoubtedly face in our lifetime:
1. People tend to do more to avoid pain than they will to achieve pleasure.
2. If you set a goal, you never leave the site of that decision without taking MASSIVE ACTION.
Pretty important shit right there.
Let's recap, shall we?
I was so fed up with my laziness (Pain) that I had to change something, fast! On the drive home I decided that I must get back on this (Goal was set). I knew that if I was going to be successful I had to type this out ASAP (Take Massive Action).
I hope this isn't too much too soon, but it had to happen. I think that this is something that will not only help me get my ass in to gear, but it's something that could assist you with getting you on the right track towards the successful accomplishment of some of your goals and/or areas that cause you pain.
In any case, for better or worse, you can expect to see more content flowing from out of my head and on to your screen.....that is if you can stand my punctuation free-for-all.