“This is Going to Be a Raw Conversation” That’s the warning Kyle Cermak gave me when we talked about sharing his story on the podcast. Kyle struggled with alcoholism for years before one fateful night changed his life – and almost destroyed it. We dive into his story, what led to his alcoholism, and how he has maintained sobriety for over seven years and restored his family. Kyle’s story has something for everyone – and his…
Bringing Mental Toughness to Every Obstacle Dawn Fletcher is a long time friend of mine and owner of Fletcher Fitness & MentalityWOD.com. Dawn works with athletes in a number of sports mentally and physically to help them get the results they want. She was named “1 of the Top 30 Most Influential Health Bloggers” and has been a great member of the Compete community since we first connected at the 2011 CrossFit Games. Dawn’s story of…
What does it mean to be Better Than Yesterday? Show host, and Chief Encouragement Officer at Compete Every Day, Jake Thompson shares his heart behind this podcast series & what you can expect from the upcoming first season. Our goal is to help you compete and be better than yesterday in all of your pursuits. Connect with the Show: Compete Every Day Instagram Facebook Twitter Pinterest Connect with Jake: Website Instagram Facebook Twitter Did you like the…
A great workout should remind you of what’s possible outside of the gym. Discomfort – and pushing through that discomfort – is what builds you for the rest of life.
But throughout the highs and lows just remember, when life gives you lemons and you make lemonade, life must have also given you sugar. So what do we do with that?
My experience selling books door-to-door and what it taught me about life and being a successful competitor.
Life requires courage of anyone willing to step onto its field.
How often is the excuse, “If I was only born with ‘x’” or “If I came from ‘x’ like this person“, used in the place of action toward success?
Learn what experience has taught me about competing every day for your best life.
Have we ever considered that our greatest disappointments sometimes are the stepping stones needed to reach our greatest successes?