Make that move! 

  You can sit around in self pity for the remainder of your life, or you can say “enough is enough”. Figure out what the problem is, shed light on it and promise yourself that you will never give less than 100% to your goals. You decide what it’s going to look like for you 5 years, 10 years, and 20 years from now! 

Push yourself further. 

  What are you willing to give up in order to get what you want in life? Are you will to gring until your body breaks down? Do you accept the challenge to pump out content left and right even when not a single sole shows you love for that content? There is no easy path. Every you want has to be worked for. 

  You can’t be great without the grind. 

Focus on your “control” group. 

  There are a lot of things in life you can not control. The weather, other people, time, and death. 

Things you can control: your health, your thoughts, your daily choices. 

Everyday is an opportunity for you to become much healthier and more in tune with your body. Everyday there are plenty of hours for you to practice an attitude of gratitude. Everyday you have to decide to do things. You’re better off making sure those things result in a better lifestyle for you and those around you. 

Haters hate great! 

  If you want to be successful, but you’re bothered by people talking bad about you, you will never be able to handle success of any kind. When you take your grind to the next level and start doing things right, people will come at you from all angles. Some will hate you just because. Others will hate you because they are not brave enough to it out for themselves. Either way you need to ignore it, and keep hustling. Be yourself at all times, and continue to raise your standards as you grow your business or idea. 

Stop running and start reaching (for your goals). 

  Work for someone else and you’ll never be free. At some point you have to ask yourself, “what gets me out of bed?” You chase checks until you die. All you’ll end up with is unfulfilled dreams, and missed opportunities. You’ll also have some nagging ass boss. 

  A better option would be to get up everyday, grind like it’s your last, and build your own business so you can work for you. It won’t be easy but it will be worth it. 

Waste no space. 

  It’s not always good to get caught up in the same routine day after day. Try new things often because that just might be the push you need to revamp your life and get a fresh perspective. Imagine working at the same job in the same position, with the same hours, and the same location for years on end. How could learn from living like this? If nothing changes, nothing changes. Did you get that?