080415: 6 WEEKS OUT video! Business and Fitness

Hellooooo Boss Strong Team!

I hope you are all smashing your Fitness, Business and Lifestyle goals!

6 Weeks to go until I hit the INBA Physique Stage. Exciting times to come for many of my friends and my family.

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5 Ways Business Goals Mirror Fitness Goals

One of the most common things I hear entrepreneurs and business owners discuss outside of the office is how they need to get back into the gym and focus on their health. In the past I have been guilty of this as well — constantly going from “all in” in terms of fitness and working out back to “Man, I need to get back into my fitness routine!”

Take a look at the similarities below — when you take a step back and think about it you will realize that the qualities that make you a successful entrepreneur are the same that help you reach your fitness goals.

1. Results don’t happen overnight.
You aren’t going to build a successful business, drop 10 pounds or develop a shredded six-pack in a matter of days, weeks or even months. You have to be willing to put in the work — many people fail because they expect to see immediate results.

It just doesn’t work that way, so be prepared to put your head down and grind. You will succeed as long as you are willing to work hard until you reach your goal, no matter how long it takes.

Related: Why Exercising Is a Higher Priority Than My Business
2. Success requires a complete plan.
You can’t just wing it and expect to be successful — you need a detailed plan to get from start to finish. You aren’t going to lose weight and develop a healthy lifestyle if you don’t have a concrete diet — eating on the fly will lead you to making unhealthy food choices. The people that have a detailed diet, prep their food and stick to a workout plan hit their goals.

If you arrive at your office daily without a plan you start every day in the hole and at a disadvantage. You should have yearly, quarterly, monthly, weekly and daily goals, which all work together to create a “big picture” plan.

 

Article from & continue reading at www.Entrepreneur.com

 

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