Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Squats in the Garage Before a Flight to Denver

Travel day, preceded with a garage gym workout, though. It was meant to be a barbell squat day, but I just didn't feel like hitting the local YMCA.

So, to the garage I went, and it was a good one.

1A) KB Swing
1B) KB Goblet Squat

2A) DB Split Squat
2B) Power Wheel Rollout

Next up, a drive to the airport, then a flight to Denver, and then a 10-day stint down in Denver working on some big Perfect Day Formula projects.

Speaking of which...

Here's some cool user feedback on the 10-3-2-1 formula in the PDF:
=> https://www.themuse.com/advice/i-tried-the-103210-productivity-trick-and-surprised-myself-with-the-results

Today's Kickbutt Mindset Tip:
Make today the day you finally leave a bad habit behind. Sit it down and tell it that it's time to move on. Thank it for the memories. Wish it well in its future endeavors, but it make it clear there’s no room for that bad habit in your future. Tell that bad habit, "It's me, not you" and kick it to the curb for good.

Be proud of yourself for taking action, getting out of your comfort zones, and getting closer to the business and life of your dreams. It's your life and doing the right thing is more important than what other people think or say about you. Stay strong. Get stronger.

Go the distance,

Craig Ballantyne, CTT

PS - Listen to this...

I’ve been interviewed on over 50 podcasts so far this year, and I’ve learned a lot. In a great podcast, an interviewer is well prepared (i.e. they have researched me, read my book, and have even improved upon the sample questions I've sent in advance). A great interviewer is also a quick thinker and knows when to deviate from the script. They sense when to spend more time drawing out the most pertinent stories for their audience, and when to add their own experiences for color commentary.

This is the best podcast interview I have done so far


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