Monday, November 20, 2017

Thanksgiving Gratitude Workouts And Podcast

This is gonna be a great week for all of my American friends as they enjoy family and Thanksgiving.

That's one reason I did this podcast on gratitude. Enjoy!

If you're struggling with the 1st world problems of comparison syndrome, envy, and taking things – or people – for granted, don't worry, we all do.

That's why we're going to take a deep dive today into the lives of very successful people who have an attitude of gratitude.

It changed my life, and it'll change yours as well. On this show you'll hear the daily morning gratitude rituals of the rich and famous – and HAPPY – including Tony Robbins, Oprah, Lewis Howes, Chris Pratt, Bedros Keuilian, and many, many more.

Now let's talk training...

Yesterday I got snowed in on the farm and did a lower body garage gym workout of...

1A) Kettlebell Swings
1B) Ab Wheel Rollouts

2A) Bulgarian Split Squats
2B) Stability Ball Leg Curls

Abs are sore today.

This morning it was back to the garage gym for an upper body workout...

1A) DB Press
1B) Band Pull

2A) DB Floor Press

Good times.

Back to the big city soon for a deadlift workout on Turkey Day... or as we call it here in Canada, "Thursday".

Today's Kickbutt Mindset Tip:
Look at how you are living and the future you are chasing.

Are you doing the right things for your life?

Make the right decisions, right now, for your family, friends, health, and wealth. Focus on what matters. Forget what doesn't. 

Do what is right,

Craig Ballantyne

PS - Coaching Client Lesson of the Day:

Q: How do you figure out what really matters each day and how you should spend your time?


This is something that takes time... and requires a lot more saying no and removing work than it requires addition.

As Bruce Lee said, "It's not about the daily increase, but about the daily decrease. Hack away at the unessential."

Here's something that will help.

Each evening do a five-minute reflection of the day, asking:

1) What mattered? 
2) What didn't? 
3) Where did you do well? 
4) Where could you do better? 
5) What must happen tomorrow to improve over today?

This is how you refine your Daily Principles and identify essential activities.

Day by day, step by step, you focus your vision and move ahead to your mission.

Keep up the progress and momentum,


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