Monday Motivational Reads!

Posted: January 7, 2013 by cmrodgers100 in General

Tyler Durdin

17 Ways to Rise Above by Chris Mccombs– This was one of the most thorough yet simple motivational pieces I’ve seen in a long time. Chris does a tremendous job of driving home some of the necessary traits that we must possess to live an incredible life. A funny, no BS, straight forward look into how awesomeness can be achieved is what this article is all about. Do yourself a favor and take some of these pointers to heart.

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What’s Your 20 Mile March by Art of Manliness– Is being ultra successful in business, training, sports, or life about a big break or huge moments defined by crazy risk and constant highs and lows? Or is it about methodically putting in consistent, quality, and precise work? This article explains that those of us who separate ourselves from the pack are often the people who are so ridiculously consistent with their work that success is just a formality.

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How to Make 2013 the Happiest Year Of Your Life by Chris “The Kiwi” Ashenden- It’s an amazing feeling once you’ve made up your mind to be eternally happy during your time here on earth. Sometimes it takes some stumbles, obstacles, or a kick in the ass to realize your happiness potential, but it is attainable for all of us. My friend Chris here has dedicated his professional life to helping people discover the ultimate happiness from both a physical and mental standpoint. Here is a fantastic article from the co-founder of Athletic Greens. Enjoy.

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“Each morning when I open my eyes I say to myself: I, not events, have the power to make me happy or unhappy today. I can choose which it shall be. Yesterday is dead, tomorrow hasn’t arrived yet. I have just one day, today, and I’m going to be happy in it.” Groucho Marx

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