Tag Archives: Mindset

You Are Who You Surround Yourself With

The Jim Rohn quote “You are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with” has been something I’ve become more aware of over the past few years. And I feel it runs true. The more time I spend with high energy, positive people, the more energy and motivation I tend to…

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Good is Good Enough

This is a term we us in GMB and it’s pretty liberating. Growing up I was a perfectionist and a lot of the things I did were severely stunted as a result of not being able to finish them. Instead of getting it finished even when I wasn’t entirely happy, I’d procrastinate, get frustrated and either…

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5 Simple Steps to Making Exercise a Habit in 2017

I thought it would be fitting to have an article to help you with your new years resolutions. I’m not a fan of making new years resolutions as I pointed out in my previous article here. The simple reason is because they generally don’t work. Only about of 8% of the population actually stick to…

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January Isn’t Special

This is my first article in quite a while and it’s going to be part of a weekly dose of content I have pledged to keep for the next 28 weeks. You see I’ve always wanted to blog regularly (2-4 times a month) but I’ve never managed to maintain it since starting this blog back…

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How To Restart Good Habits

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” – Will Durant Over the last three years I have successfully formed quite a few life changing habits. I started reading, and read 52 books last year. I started meditating, at some points doing 1-2 hours a day and completed two 10 day…

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How to Read 50 Books in a Year

So you want to read more books but still haven’t got around to it? I used to be in the same situation. I knew it would be beneficial to read more but I still didn’t read more. “Read for an hour a day” is something Pat Divilly always says and anyone who is successful seems…

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4 Steps to Change your Mindset

Mindset is a term thrown around a lot in the fitness community. A lot of trainers will advertise it with their services. They’ll say things like“1-on-1 personal training, nutrition advice, mindset coaching”.But what does mindset even mean? Your mindset relates to your beliefs or assumptions about your personality and others. Stanford University psychologist Carol Dweck…

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