The World is a Hard Place.
The World breaks everyone and afterward many are strong in the broken places.
But we shouldn't forget that not all are stronger in broken places.
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The most important element of Navy Seal culture is team. It is team first and nothing else. And people who don’t embody that mindset obviously don’t make it very far through training.
We only need to get that mindset to apply it in our daily lives.
& usually, whatever’s in front of you isn’t as big as you make it out to be.
We have to regain control of our minds.
The only way to do that is to make yourself uncomfortable and get to the point.
What happens here instead of running from the things you don’t want to do, you actually face them and start to gain more and more growth in your life.
Once the mind knows you’re not going to quit something, it’s going to try to find more, and give you more.
It realizes you’re not going to take the path of least resistance.
You’re going to stay here until it’s done.
When our Brain starts to go through pain & insecurities, our brain gives a way out.
And that way out of this is usually quitting or taking the easier route.
The human mind if one can put it in a very quiet, calm place and get it to calm down and not be so spastic could make it work out for them.
You will be easily answered, "How bad are you really?".
The biggest war you’re ever going through is right between our own ears.
We have to callous our minds to fight that war and win that war. It’s all in our minds.
You want to win the war in the morning BUT, the second you look at your phone, the second you turn your TV on; you’re in a battle.
If you do something you don’t want to do every morning, you already need to give yourself proper self-talk.
We are capable of so much more than we think we are.
When your mind is telling you you’re done, you’re really only 40% done.
He could have been happier with this "300-pound person" never knowing what was truly inside of him.
It wasn’t even a 40% effort of his for the life he was receiving.
But he changed into what he is now.
His way of every day forcing him to get uncomfortable, to fi...
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Mental Toughness is a Lifestyle. Its something that you live every single day of your life and through a period of time your brain doesn't like it, but it starts to realize this is a new way of thinking.
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