Pain

5.1.2017 Leadership | Pain

A Breakfast With Bobcats.

I was more than 18 hours into my run and slightly more than 92 miles closer to the finish line of the Arkansas Traveller 100 than when I started at 5 a.m. earlier that morning — and I had to go to the bathroom. Bad. My stomach was blowing up. I didn’t feel like eating or Read More 

27.12.2016 Attitude | Pain

Earning Hope.

Having hope changes everything. It gives you the courage to try something new. It gives you the stamina and endurance to keep working even when it seems like what you’re doing isn’t paying off right now. Hope gives you a potential ending to your story. It’s a light at the end of the tunnel. The Read More 

21.12.2016 Attitude | Leadership | Pain

Do Your Thing.

Do your thing. Play your game. Put in your effort. Don’t worry about them. It’ll all work out in the end. There is only so much time in the day. You can spend that time chasing justice against those who do you wrong or you can invest it in your long-term success. You can just Read More 

16.11.2016 Fear | Pain

You Have To Care.

You have to care. That’s the only way you’re going to see progress. That’s the only way you’re going to break past the obstacles holding you back right now. It seems like not caring is easier. Like you won’t get hurt. Or disappointed when things don’t work out. But that’s just false hope. The hard Read More 

25.10.2016 Extreme Behavior | Pain

Rigging The System.

No one is out to get you. You might feel discouraged, bullied and beat down. You might be surrounded by people who seem to delight in your misery. Things might be incredibly difficult for you. With no end in sight and no apparent way out of the challenges you are facing. Before you blame somebody Read More 

18.10.2016 Pain

A Failure To Experience Pain.

You either train tough or learn to quit when trouble arrives. Imagine how differently you would live your life if you woke up every morning training to win an Olympic event. You would be careful about what you eat and how much sleep you get each night. You would have a daily training regimen, a Read More