Quote Of The Week

"Make of yourself a priority, it is not selfish, it is necessary" 

As of now, on a weekly basis I will interpret the meaning of "the quote of the Week". 

In other words I will share with you what I did in order to apply the valuable piece of advice. I am as you know into fitness, my family, friends and my religion. On a daily basis I talk about these important factors of my life, I wake up I pray, go to the gym train, get back home look after my kids, return to the gym train a bit more, get back home to my wife and sons and so on...THE PERFECT LIFE!

 

NOW IT IS THE PERFECT LIFE BUT TWO YEARS AGO IT WASNT. I WAS NOT HAPPY, I WAS UNFULFILLED!

 

2 years ago I used to get up around 6am and go to the gym and WORK, (run a class or train my clients), then go home to fulfill my duties of father, then back to the gym, then home and TO BED. 

I felt that I was ONLY WORKING and doing things by obligation. My problem was that I simply FORGOT ABOUT MYSELF! 

What did I change?  

I simply started to remove the unnecessary and replaced them by things that make me feel good.

The massive change is that I am up at 4, 4.30am, I go to the gym sit down to listen to the Coran or some motivational speeches. I spend time with myself. 

THE MOST IMPORTANT, IS THAT MY FIRST 20 minutes of reception of information from the outside ARE POSITIVE. 

IN OTHER WORDS, I START THE DAY LISTENING TO POSITIVE THINGS "NOT" DEPRESSING TV News.

 

After spending time with myself, I do what I LIKE MOST, I TRAIN! 

Starting that way mkes the rest  of day SO MUCH BETTER. The rest of the day does not vary much, it is JUST that I am POSITIVE AND CAN GIVE THE BEST TO MY WIFE AND KIDS.

 

The other big change comes at night, I spend less time on YouTube watching worthless contents and more time reading or watching fitness and BJJ instructional.

I also added a stretching routine before bed time. 

I made few changes in my life, I removed the unnecessary and added more structure to my routines and I feel Myself again. I am feeling GREAT. 

 

SOMETIMES, MORE DISCIPLINE, A DEEP REFLEXION ON WHER WE ARE AND WHERE WE WANT TO BE CAN CHANGE THE GAME. 

REMEMBER: 

 "Make of yourself a priority, it is not selfish, it is necessary"

 

 

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