Four Rules for a Hero

I’ve been having a hard time trying to stay disciplined each and every day with rules I set up. Below I am going to drop and edit some lifestyle rules and ideas that I vow never to falter on. Whether it comes to food, exercise, love, family and other facets of personal health. Finding it hard to stay tried and true in multiple facets of life is difficult – I am  going to search to find MY OWN way to be the best version of me.

How can I promise others to find themselves if I truly can’t hold myself true to my best?

Promises to myself as I build this blog:

1)Be an example – Get your health right. Be proud to say you set a great example. You are a reflection of the world you portray, I want mine to reflect love, fun and an infectious curiosity.

2)Be grateful – don’t just focus on the proper way to program, lift, approach life. I want my family to know how much I care about them. My friends, my wife, my clients. And all the people they touch. Work on appreciation each and every day. Let others know how much they mean to you.

3)Become your own success story – Going from a faltering, difficult and emotional case, to a disciplined mind who doesn’t falter in morality, attitude and become a beacon of success who inspires others.

4)Have fun – Five years down the road I am going to look back at this and thank myself for beginning something and truly sticking to it. This whole life thing is meant to be fun – we’re all meant to have some kind of an impact on others – I really like to have fun. I like to play games, I like to play sports, I like to compete. There is something about just getting out there and playing with others.


Published by mikeg00se

I like to adventure, paint portraits of goats and love family stuff.

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