Sunday, June 26, 2016

Sunday Shoulders and Sun Day Breakthrough

Saturday night finally provided a full night's sleep after a busy week of Masterminding and traveling between Toronto, LA, Phoenix, and Denver.

That allowed me to have a good Sunday morning shoulder session at the gym.

Workout went like this...

1a) Military Press

1b) Pull-up with Knee-Up

2a) Good Morning

2b) Chest-Supported Row

3a) Rocking Plank

3b) Barbell Curls

Good times. Perhaps I'll be able to win my next pose down with Bill Phillips.

Yeah, right.

Bucket list complete. Posedown with Bill Phillips. Done.

Craig Ballantyne, CTT

Big Idea Tip of the Day:

Exercise + Caffeine + a walk outside = BIG idea thinking & "A-ha!" moments. Get away from your desk for the big breakthroughs you need.

After my workout I went for a walk in downtown Denver and a very valuable idea came to mind.

I now have a killer speech idea for four events this fall. First, at the Orland Fitness East convention (Oct 21st weekend). Second, at the GKIC Info Summit (November 3rd, San Antonio). Third, our annual Info Summit (Nov. 11th, Orange County). And fourth, my next 25K group meeting with Joe Polish and the Genius Network. I'm sure I'll bring a new and improved version of it to Fitness Business Summit in March of 2017, too. That one is in San Diego on March 24-26th. Good times will be had by all. And yes, I mean everyone. Mandatory good times. LOL.

Alright, let's pump you up...

Today's Kickbutt Mindset Tip:

Sometimes hope is everything. So give it to others when needed. And keep some of it for yourself when you're going through tough times.

And from my virtual mentor, Mr. Maximus:

"What goes around comes back around. Always be aware of how you treat other people.

"The things you do to other people are the things that will be done to you eventually. Don't engage in any kind of behavior that you wouldn't want other people engaging in. Don't say unkind things that you wouldn't want said about you. Don't do to a person something that you wouldn't want done to you.

"Treat people with respect, kindness, and love. Hold yourself to a high standard. Most importantly when you engage in any action whether it be personal, romantic, or professional, ask yourself "how would it feel if I was on the other end of this?".

"If it wouldn't feel good then don't do it because if you do you'll have nothing to complain about when it's done right back to you." - Bobby Maximus

Push to the maximus with love and value,

Craig Ballantyne, CTT

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