How a Motivational Speaker Starts his Day

How a Motivational Speaker Starts his Day

 

Motivational speaker Warrior Ric shares his secret to success 

 

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When setting health and wellness goals there are so many factors to consider; especially when you look at health beyond the physical to include your mental and spiritual well-being. So, there isn’t just one solution to achieving your goals.

 

However, without my ‘#1 go-to-move’ it is unlikely you’ll start, even more doubtful that you’ll maintain and actually finish. My ‘#1 go-to-move to achieving success is the mental reminder that ‘I am great!’

 

Not ‘good’, ‘okay’, ‘alright’, ‘can’t complain, or even, ‘I could be better.’

You should answer ’I am great’ because ‘He is great!’ We are made in the likeness of the Creator, that deems us great. Not by deeds, or accolades or status. Simply ‘great’ by nature.

 

The spirit is infinite, so it supersedes and encompasses the mental and the physical. In order to lead with a spirit of success, you must condition the mental. You’ve heard, “Faith without works is dead.” Or how about, “The spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak.” Although the spirit may be fired up to take the lead initially in creating and delivering on your plan, you have to be able to shut down the mental barriers of ‘I can’t’ that often pop up along your journey.

 

Start each day with, ‘I am great,’ and allow the spirit to do great things in your life by confirming on a regular basis, ‘I can.’ And finally, allow the physical to fail in order to learn, but also to help make the starting easier. Just think, if you only started once you could be assured 100% guaranteed success, in the end, you would never ever start. Waiting to get all your ducks in a row? Let me share a secret with you… Nothing is guaranteed in life! But if you start with a will to win, you will either win, learn or both!

 

Nothing is guaranteed in life! But if you start with a will to win, you will either win, learn or both

 

Affirming you are great each day also unleashes an energy and spirit that attracts other people on a mission, and who can support you in your practice of greatness. How many pull-ups, laps or kilometers need not be limited to self-determination or personal will. An ambitious Cross Fitter can smash a WOD, a determined sprinter can win her heat, a disciplined boxer can knock out his opponent, but with a trusted partner or team on the same mission, we can achieve much greater things, and especially when the challenges become harder to bear because of the confidence and adrenaline brought on by like-minded teammates. That is why training with a coach, personal trainer, friend or love interest is so powerfully effective… to start, maintain and finish a winner!

 

Overcoming fear of any challenge takes courage. However, if you relied on your physical strength alone, you’d never grow into your full potential. If you relied on sheer will and determination of the mind you would run out of steam. The key to successfully achieving any goal is that spirit of believing in you. Believing in what I consider my first and ‘#1 go-to-move’ that you are great!

 

So, the next time someone asks, “How you doin’?” Why not try, “I am great!”

 

Be Great. Be Brave. Be More.

 

 

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Zissy Lewin

Zissy Lewin

Zissy is the co-founder of Nutreats. She likes to make things, do things and wear things.
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  1. I think as we grow older, our self efficacy diminishes due to our failures & mishapps along the road. Winning becomes a myth & we relegate ourselves to the defeated masses. I have learned that winning from an early age is what carries me through when I lose in one area or another. I regard my losses as school-fees & cherish my victories. By reminding myself of my victories, Im able to stay in a winning mode. My mantra is simple; “it is difficult to learn to swim with the big fish, but much more rewarding than to run around with the small fries”. “Big-up” to Ricardo. Stay focussed – Kenny

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