Specifically Consistent

Do you ever use the compounding effect as part of your goals in life? The compound effect is the strategy of reaping huge rewards from small, seemingly insignificant actions. We will come back to this. Now take these two quotes: Consistency is the key to success. Consistency leads to habits. Habits form the actions we take every day. Action leads to success.Continue reading “Specifically Consistent”

Law of averages.

David P Brown Motivational speaker Jim Rohn famously said that we are the average of the five people we spend the most time with. This relates to the law of averages, which is the theory that the result of any given situation will be the average of all outcomes. As a coach that now works with people all over Australia and newly overseas inContinue reading “Law of averages.”

Mutualistic Relationship.

A mutualistic relationship is when two organisms of different species “work together,” each benefiting from the relationship. Take the two below: Food industry.Fitness industry. The perfect combination that sent me around me in circles. It’s like a match made in heaven right? Food industry: “It’s ok you can burn it off later, it’s only 100 calories”Fitness industry: “Come on, burnContinue reading “Mutualistic Relationship.”

“Train hard”, how about Rest Hardest.

“Rest.Rest.Rest.Rest.Rest.” I never thought these words would actually come out of my mouth, haha. I remember the years of me standing in front of groups of people pushing you as hard as I could. Hindsight is a wonderful thing right, unfortunately “fun” and “hard” training doesn’t typically lead to accumulated fitness overtime. There are so many people caughtContinue reading ““Train hard”, how about Rest Hardest.”

Ticking the “ticker box” goals.

A life without setting goals, no thanks. Maybe it’s my environment and my tendency to push the status quo, but I can’t help but notice those whom achieve more than the average, comes down to setting targets and pushing for continuous progression. Now before I get carried away with talking about how great life isContinue reading “Ticking the “ticker box” goals.”