Archive for August 2018
Travis Mash: Motivating, Inspiring, And Leading Others In All Areas Of Your Life
Championship leadership is to motivate and lead others in all areas of your life, and being willing to get into the trenches and show everyone that you are willing to do the work. Surround yourself with those who are committed to winning. Do not be afraid of taking wise, thought-out risks. Great leaders are definitely…Read More
Conviction Without Adversity Means Nothing
Are you full of conviction only when times are going well or are you the man or woman who is convicted no matter what? To some, that might be a bold and powerful question, one that might take a few people back. But I’d like you to think about what that means. To have conviction,…Read More
If It Were Easy Everyone Would Do It…Right?
Remember, how you do one thing is how you do all things. And that means the little, boring, easy things as well as the big hard things. I had the idea today to write this article about the saying, “if it were easy everyone would do it,” but then something occurred to me. I honestly think…Read More
Don’t Let Complacency Kill Your Dreams
Why do so many seem to quit just when life starts to get good? Have you suffered from complacency? Here’s why you need to keep your foot on the gas pedal. You’ve put in the work. You’ve shown up every day. In your business, your relationships, in the gym. You’ve rounded a corner. Something inside…Read More
You Don’t Have to Play the Cards You Were Dealt
You can choose to stay stuck and blame it on circumstance, or you can choose to not play the cards you were dealt, and move forward. Every day, there are things that happen to us that can either keep us stuck where we’re at or they can propel us forward toward what we truly want…Read More
Michael Oz Puhle: Decide And Do What Makes You Feel Fulfilled
There are two thoughts on championship leadership: The idea of being a leader in a championship scenario. Being a championship leader. You can learn as much by following example as you would by being taught. There is a lot more to being a great leader than having done it before. There is a lot of…Read More
Where in Your Life are You Lacking Commitment?
Hint: It will absolutely be in the same areas of your life that you are constantly wanting and desiring more. It’s where you feel unfulfilled. It is where your commitment is absent. How many times have you denied where in your life you are lacking commitment? Have many times have you started and stopped a…Read More
Kenneth Travis And Sean Zalmanoff: Living The Impossible Every Single Day
The first thing is having a set of ideals that you’d be willing to share with anyone and be proud, and living those ideals every single day Championship leadership is doing the impossible, and the changes that allow you to be your best self. Living as a leader is living differently and doing what most…Read More
Searching for Instant Gratification Will Never Get You a Legacy Lifestyle
The end result will never be as important as the journey itself. I wanted to talk today a little about what I call the “JG Wentworth Syndrome.” We’ve all seen the hilarious commercials where the entire bit is angry men and women of all ages yelling out of their car windows or on their front…Read More
Fulfillment and Achievement, Do You Recognize the Difference?
Are your achievements leading you to a life of fulfillment, or are you simply achieving to achieve? I was recording Episode 5 of my podcast Championship Leadership with one of my coaches and good friends, Joe Williams, the other day and the topic came up of fulfillment versus achievement. I had not put much thought to the…Read More
Joe Williams: The Underappreciated Aspect of Championship Leaders
Sometimes, the most simple definitions can be the most powerful. A championship leader is a cut above. It’s about standards, every single day, and so much more. Joe was not a born leader; he had stage fright when he first started. Communication is one of the most important and vital parts of being a leader.…Read More
Sometimes Less Is More
It’s important to do the work that is required, but not burning out in the process matters, too. Read on to learn why sometimes less really is more. Often, I talk to people who feel like they aren’t succeeding in life or business because they aren’t doing enough. They are burning the candle at both…Read More
Who Do You Have To Become To Live a Legacy Lifestyle?
Knowing who you have to become to live the legacy lifestyle is about becoming the person, inside and out that you need to be … the one who will make that commitment every single day. As I’ve been writing these blogs over the last few weeks, I’ve been thinking back to the experiences that I’ve had…Read More
Having Faith Is The First Step To Living The Legacy Lifestyle
Faith, in yourself and something even bigger, is the cornerstone to building the life you want to live. I want to have a conversation around Faith, and what having it means. I ask that you be open. Truly open. Don’t shut down or close off. Try to leave your worldview aside for a moment and…Read More
How I Came Off The Couch To Running Two 50K’s, a 100K, And 75.6 Miles…
And still felt like a failure… I live a very goal-oriented, outcome-based life. That applies to what I call the Big 4 areas of my life (Physical, Spiritual, Relational, Financial). In March of 2018, as I was preparing for a very challenging physical event in September of this year, I decided that I would sign up for…Read More
Quitting Just Isn’t An Option
You can program yourself to become ruthlessly committed. And it’s easier than you may think. As some of you may know, I participated in the SEALFIT Kokoro event a few years ago. For those of you who have no idea what Kokoro is, or what SEALFIT is, it’s a 50-hour crucible put on by Mark Divine.…Read More