Archive for July 2018
Because I Choose To
I am living life on my terms. And you can too! Why run 50k’s? Why SEALFIT Kokoro? Why Ironman or 100-mile ultra races? Why bike across America? Recently I was asked why I do these extreme – and to many, incomprehensible – physical, mental, and emotional challenges. Most don’t understand and need a reason WHY. One…Read More
What Does It Mean To Lead A Legacy Lifestyle?
What Legacy are you creating in your life right now? We often get caught up in the day to day minutiae of our lives. We grind and hustle. We try to chase the almighty dollar hoping that at the end of the day the effort we put in is enough. More often than not, we…Read More
Paul Mort: Suffering Is Completely Optional
Championship is an aim of winning, and leadership is setting an example for those who choose to follow. For most men leadership means how hardcore you can make something. However, Paul thinks that needing to suffer to be a good leader isn’t necessary. Paul got through all his challenges through the mindset that struggling is…Read More
Nate Bagley: Be A True Leader In Your Marriage
If you’re the leader of champions you set an example for EVERYONE to follow. Nate wants to rid the world of mediocre love; he wants to promote the kind of love that gets you up in the morning and makes you excited to be with someone every single day. The Voice will come to you…Read More
Jennie Roberts: Successes And Hard Setbacks Are What Makes A Leader
Championship leaders are the best of the best: those who are creating paths for others to follow, who have a lot under their belt, and who are still willing to learn from those that came before them. Jennie wanted to change the world through fitness and nutrition; throughout her entire life she knew physical fitness…Read More
Ryan Stewman: I First Realized I Was A Leader In The …?
Pick up Ryan’s latest life changing book that will transform your life called “G-Code”. Buy it here on Amazon and change your life today! To be at the top of your profession is a marker of championship leadership. Ryan got certainty and success in the mortgage business: he had a lot of experience in making…Read More
Details Matter – Lessons from the Kettle 100
Not paying attention to details can derail even your best efforts. For those of you who are just joining us, I competed in the Kettle 100 in June, and although I didn’t finish, I wanted to share a very important lesson I learned during that race. You see, things were going really well. I was…Read More
Beware Of The Kryptonite
You cannot create a life that never has conflict or hardships. Believing that is possible will end up hurting you in the long run. “Leaving it all” and “having it all” are phrases and concepts that seem to have major traction in today’s society and culture. Unfortunately, I think that the perceived definition of these…Read More
How You Do Anything Is How You Do Everything
It’s how you show up when things get rough that define you. A while back when I was working out, doing the CrossFit Hero WOD named after Lieutenant Michael “Murph” Murphy, one of the Navy SEALs who sacrificed their lives for their team and their country in Afghanistan in 2005, I was thinking about something…Read More
Don’t Just Wear It – Bear It
Each and every day you have to make the choice to show up. But that’s just the first step… When I was in the army and I was an officer, going through officer basic course at Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Maryland in 2003, one of my teachers was a Major in the Army. This officer…Read More
What Is Your Holy Cause?
Your “Why” is your Holy Cause. No matter what your “Why” is. Holy Cause is a concept and term that I first heard from a great friend and mentor of mine, Setema Gali Jr. It’s the reason and purpose in our life that drives us to do the work that is required to stay ruthlessly committed…Read More