If we want to develop grittier kids, then we have to learn to let them struggle. We want to see our children excel in all areas of life. A parent’s…
When it’s hard, push harder. When it’s tough, get tougher. Build a relationship with discomfort and do what it takes to reach your goals. That’s the message from this week’s guest, CrossFit competitor and personal trainer Will Trujillo, of Big Dawgs remote coaching. He talks about the importance of trust between trainers and trainees, how to align your actions with your end goals, and how to recognize the little wins along the way.
Here’s why Competitors believe they are a legend in their own mind – and why it’s one of the most powerful ingredients in the formula for success.
We’re all in a daily competition – against complacency, “limits,” failures, and more. Learn why we all need to wake up and realize what’s at stake every day.
http://traffic.libsyn.com/betterthanyesterday/BTY_S2E15_Edited.mp3 Some kids come in with grit, others have to learn to develop it. But no matter how they started on a team, they need to learn perseverance to succeed…
Learn how Competitors view – and attack – obstacles that show up in life. Most people cower or back down when life tries to knock them down. Most people also…
Excuses are simply a way to avoid responsibility for why things didn’t work out. Too many people rely on them to shirk ownership. Here are the four actions I took kill the excuses I caught myself using.
A challenge by our founder to kill your excuses, bury them deep, and don’t ever look back. Are you willing to take it?
What happens to us when fatigue sets in and our motivation starts to slip? We dive into external & intrinsic motivations and how a Competitor can use both to succeed when fatigue sets in.
Giving up is easy if you lack the confidence to persevere. This week, we hear from sports psychologist and multi-sport athlete Kip Watson, who also holds a seminary degree, about the need to face adversity and overcome it. Watson spent years as a competitive gymnast and entrepreneur before throwing herself into tackle football in her 40s. She shares tips about how to develop a growth mindset in order to constantly improve.