The polygons of conversation, walking by way of stepping when the waft of omelets are in the air. These talks, balks and glimmers! Shuttering the pace of growth and strength, a complacent loath. Individually deciphering the waves of an unknown current and undertow the moment Deflect the reflection of the solutions with delusions The corrections … Continue reading Partners
Idealist Culture will tell you that everyone is special, deserving, and able to live an unbelievably interesting, fruitful, and fulfilling life.Realist Culture proves with statistical FACT that while as nice as those things sound...the truth is very fucking different. If you think you're going to opt out of the game by refusing to compete, then prepare … Continue reading You Can’t Opt Out Of Competition – Andy Frisella
The Journey Day 182. Every day we begin again... The continuation of the second #90DB...
The Journey Day 171. Every day we begin again... The continuation of the second #90DB...
There is a massive difference between being “alive” and “living”. Want proof? Look around at the zombies we see in our everyday life… No goals, no ambition, no fire, no drive, no glow...no hope. Partying their life away every weekend...celebrating what? It’s sad. Don’t let that be you. It’s easy to let life get away … Continue reading Being Alive vs Living – Andy Frisella
If you aren’t willing to suffer alone in the dark... Don’t expect to celebrate in the light. 99% of the time you’re gonna be your own coach, cheerleader, and critic. It’s you. Only you. It’s you who will make you. It’s you who will kill you. It's too many people's expectations these days that it’s … Continue reading Be An Example Of What’s Possible – Andy Frisella
Do you learn when you lose? Smart people do. People with pride do. People with the will to win do. Champions do. Learning from your losses is PARAMOUNT to success. Do these people celebrate “Moral Victories”? Can you picture Tom Brady losing the Super Bowl and saying “Oh, well it’s not that bad, we learned … Continue reading Doing “Your Best” Is Irrelevant – Andy Frisella