I first met SEAL at a 100 mile was participating in San Diego and I was leading this race as constituent of a six person relay squad with friends and he was running the entire race by himself. And the operate was unsupported so you were supposed to bring your own renders. So we had, you know, we overdid it a little bit. We had a tent and we had masseuses and food.

I mean we were ready for like in case we had to stay there a week. And he had a folding chair, a bottle of liquid and a container of crackers. And I only thought to myself like who is this person. I’ve never seen anything like it. And during the race I continued an eye on him and around mile 70 he weighed likely 260 pounds which is quite large for an ultra smuggler. He had smashed all the small bones in both of his paws and had kidney shattering and he finished the race. So where reference is done I Googled him. He had a fascinating life story and I chose literally to cold call him. And I flew out and met with him and after sitting with him for a pair of times I realised that I could memorise so much from a person like this that what constructs him tick and various buckets in “peoples lives” would be so much better if a little bit of what he had scratched off on me.

I asked him to reach live with my family and I for a few months. So at the time that I invited SEAL to come live with us I had an 18 -month-old son. I was married, still am. Two more children since. And I had sold a couple of businesses. I was in a great place professionally in “peoples lives” but I was also in a procedure. And routines are great but they can also has become a groove. And I found that I only wasn’t getting better. I was doing the same thing every day like so many of us. Wake up, go to work, come home, you know, have dinner, recite. And I just wanted to get down autopilot. And I thought that he would be a great course to get in good shape but likewise to only mix up my routine and was better. The first day that SEAL came to live with me he asked me to do- he mentioned how many pullups can you do? And I’m not great at pullups. I did about eight. Only get over the bar eight. And he mentioned all right.

Take 30 seconds and do it again. So 30 seconds later I got up on the bar and I did six, fighting. And he mentioned all right, one more time. We waited 30 seconds and I scarcely got three or four and I was done. I signify couldn’t move my limbs done. And he mentioned all right. We’re not leaving here until you do 100 more. And I remembered there’s no- well we’re going to be here for quite a long time because there’s no way that I could do 100. But I objective up doing it one at a time and he been demonstrated by, demonstrated to me right there that there was so much more, we’re all capable of so much more than we think we are.

And it was just a great lesson. It was actually the first thing that we did. It was just a great lesson that we have so much more in our reserve tank than we belief we do. One of the things that SEAL said to me and it’s in the book and one thing that people have said that really resonated with them. He would say that when your psyche is let me tell you something you’re done, you’re really only 40 percentage done. And he had a motto if it doesn’t suck we don’t do it. And that was his course of every day forcing us to get uncomfortable to figure out what our baseline was and what our solace level was and only transforming it upside down. The 40 percentage regulation maybe it’s give or take a little but look at a marathon. Most people make the wall up a marathon at mile anywhere from 16 t0 20. And, you know, 99 percentage of the person or persons in this country that pass marathons finish and they all, predominantly all of them go through this hit the wall. So where does that extra 50 or 60 percentage or whatever the amount is come from? I signify it’s their brain articulating I’m done, I don’t want to continue but their will saying you know what? Let me get to the finish line.

So “were having” that they are able to. It’s just a matter of how do we apply it to not just with the formerly a year marathon but to our everyday lives to make it apply to a variety of things.

I first met SEAL at a 100 mile was participating in San Diego and I was leading this race as constituent of a six person relay squad with friends and he was running the entire race by himself. And the operate was unsupported so you were supposed to bring your own renders. So we had, you know, we overdid it a little bit. We had a tent and we had masseuses and food.

I mean we were ready for like in case we had to stay there a week. And he had a folding chair, a bottle of liquid and a container of crackers. And I only thought to myself like who is this person. I’ve never seen anything like it. And during the race I continued an eye on him and around mile 70 he weighed likely 260 pounds which is quite large for an ultra smuggler. He had smashed all the small bones in both of his paws and had kidney shattering and he finished the race. So where reference is done I Googled him. He had a fascinating life story and I chose literally to cold call him. And I flew out and met with him and after sitting with him for a pair of times I realised that I could memorise so much from a person like this that what constructs him tick and various buckets in “peoples lives” would be so much better if a little bit of what he had scratched off on me.

I asked him to reach live with my family and I for a few months. So at the time that I invited SEAL to come live with us I had an 18 -month-old son. I was married, still am. Two more children since. And I had sold a couple of businesses. I was in a great place professionally in “peoples lives” but I was also in a procedure. And routines are great but they can also has become a groove. And I found that I only wasn’t getting better. I was doing the same thing every day like so many of us. Wake up, go to work, come home, you know, have dinner, recite. And I just wanted to get down autopilot. And I thought that he would be a great course to get in good shape but likewise to only mix up my routine and was better. The first day that SEAL came to live with me he asked me to do- he mentioned how many pullups can you do? And I’m not great at pullups. I did about eight. Only get over the bar eight. And he mentioned all right.

Take 30 seconds and do it again. So 30 seconds later I got up on the bar and I did six, fighting. And he mentioned all right, one more time. We waited 30 seconds and I scarcely got three or four and I was done. I signify couldn’t move my limbs done. And he mentioned all right. We’re not leaving here until you do 100 more. And I remembered there’s no- well we’re going to be here for quite a long time because there’s no way that I could do 100. But I objective up doing it one at a time and he been demonstrated by, demonstrated to me right there that there was so much more, we’re all capable of so much more than we think we are.

And it was just a great lesson. It was actually the first thing that we did. It was just a great lesson that we have so much more in our reserve tank than we belief we do. One of the things that SEAL said to me and it’s in the book and one thing that people have said that really resonated with them. He would say that when your psyche is let me tell you something you’re done, you’re really only 40 percentage done. And he had a motto if it doesn’t suck we don’t do it. And that was his course of every day forcing us to get uncomfortable to figure out what our baseline was and what our solace level was and only transforming it upside down. The 40 percentage regulation maybe it’s give or take a little but look at a marathon. Most people make the wall up a marathon at mile anywhere from 16 t0 20. And, you know, 99 percentage of the person or persons in this country that pass marathons finish and they all, predominantly all of them go through this hit the wall. So where does that extra 50 or 60 percentage or whatever the amount is come from? I signify it’s their brain articulating I’m done, I don’t want to continue but their will saying you know what? Let me get to the finish line.

So “were having” that they are able to. It’s just a matter of how do we apply it to not just with the formerly a year marathon but to our everyday lives to make it apply to a variety of things.

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I first met SEAL at a 100 mile was participating in San Diego and I was leading this race as constituent of a six person relay squad with friends and he was running the entire race by himself. And the operate was unsupported so you were supposed to bring your own renders. So we had, you know, we overdid it a little bit. We had a tent and we had masseuses and food.

I mean we were ready for like in case we had to stay there a week. And he had a folding chair, a bottle of liquid and a container of crackers. And I only thought to myself like who is this person. I’ve never seen anything like it. And during the race I continued an eye on him and around mile 70 he weighed likely 260 pounds which is quite large for an ultra smuggler. He had smashed all the small bones in both of his paws and had kidney shattering and he finished the race. So where reference is done I Googled him. He had a fascinating life story and I chose literally to cold call him. And I flew out and met with him and after sitting with him for a pair of times I realised that I could memorise so much from a person like this that what constructs him tick and various buckets in “peoples lives” would be so much better if a little bit of what he had scratched off on me.

I asked him to reach live with my family and I for a few months. So at the time that I invited SEAL to come live with us I had an 18 -month-old son. I was married, still am. Two more children since. And I had sold a couple of businesses. I was in a great place professionally in “peoples lives” but I was also in a procedure. And routines are great but they can also has become a groove. And I found that I only wasn’t getting better. I was doing the same thing every day like so many of us. Wake up, go to work, come home, you know, have dinner, recite. And I just wanted to get down autopilot. And I thought that he would be a great course to get in good shape but likewise to only mix up my routine and was better. The first day that SEAL came to live with me he asked me to do- he mentioned how many pullups can you do? And I’m not great at pullups. I did about eight. Only get over the bar eight. And he mentioned all right.

Take 30 seconds and do it again. So 30 seconds later I got up on the bar and I did six, fighting. And he mentioned all right, one more time. We waited 30 seconds and I scarcely got three or four and I was done. I signify couldn’t move my limbs done. And he mentioned all right. We’re not leaving here until you do 100 more. And I remembered there’s no- well we’re going to be here for quite a long time because there’s no way that I could do 100. But I objective up doing it one at a time and he been demonstrated by, demonstrated to me right there that there was so much more, we’re all capable of so much more than we think we are.

And it was just a great lesson. It was actually the first thing that we did. It was just a great lesson that we have so much more in our reserve tank than we belief we do. One of the things that SEAL said to me and it’s in the book and one thing that people have said that really resonated with them. He would say that when your psyche is let me tell you something you’re done, you’re really only 40 percentage done. And he had a motto if it doesn’t suck we don’t do it. And that was his course of every day forcing us to get uncomfortable to figure out what our baseline was and what our solace level was and only transforming it upside down. The 40 percentage regulation maybe it’s give or take a little but look at a marathon. Most people make the wall up a marathon at mile anywhere from 16 t0 20. And, you know, 99 percentage of the person or persons in this country that pass marathons finish and they all, predominantly all of them go through this hit the wall. So where does that extra 50 or 60 percentage or whatever the amount is come from? I signify it’s their brain articulating I’m done, I don’t want to continue but their will saying you know what? Let me get to the finish line.

So “were having” that they are able to. It’s just a matter of how do we apply it to not just with the formerly a year marathon but to our everyday lives to make it apply to a variety of things.

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