Grit is having stamina. Grit is committing to your future day in and day out. Not just for the week, not just for the month, but for years, and working really hard to make that future a reality!
547.4 miles! Today, as I sit in St. Louis, I find myself thinking back on all of the things that I’ve seen and experienced over the last 547.4 miles. There have already been so many unique experiences that I’ll treasure for a lifetime. I’ve seen, smelled, and felt so much of this country up close. […]
Next, with a very serious look on his face he asked me how I got to the point of actually beginning this journey that I’m on. I thought about it for a minute and then said “you just have to fully commit to it and just do it.”
Approximately 120 miles of riding, 13 hours 22minutes, close to 100 pounds of gear, bike, pack, and water weight… Day 1 is in the books!
Many of you who know me have been asking what I’ve been up to since I left my wonderful and very fulfilling job at Iron Tribe Fitness…
The ability to make something happen and to turn mere talk into a “shipped or completed project” is one of the most valuable skills that you can develop.
“Keep your overhead low, ship often, be generous, be patient. It’s going to be fine.” – Seth Godin
Here are your instructions for the day.
How good are you at telling people no? The vast majority of people spend most of their time doing things that are not important, but are urgent.
I’d like for you to do me a favor real quick (don’t worry, this will benefit you way more than it will me).