You Can’t Have It If You Don’t Give It
You want to know how I keep my Re-Invention clients on their toes?
I respect them enough to ask 100% from them every time.
Yes that’s every single time.
I do not disrespect them by being satisfied with average.
I absolutely refuse to make allowances for any complacency.
I want each and every single one of my clients to give me the best of the best every time.
Regardless of whether they had a bad day at work, had a quarrel with their partner, had some bad news – anything of the usual spanners Life tends to throw in the works.
I asked them to deliver every single time.
And there is one specific reason for this.
Because here, at The BodyForge, you don’t come to work out. You don’t simply come to train. You come to learn how to be the best version of yourself that you could ever be, one day at a time.
Because what you doing here is a reflection of what you are able to accomplish in life.
And to get any place good, whether in the gym or in life, you are going to have to deliver a hundred percent every time. And take the hard knocks along the way.
The following is an actual email I just sent one of my Re-Invention clients. Here is a pic into the inner workings of Re-Invention. This is exactly why our program is so highly sought after by people who are booking themselves in for this from all over the world.
The reason is because we take people seriously. Because we believe in their goals. Because we want them to succeed as badly, or perhaps even more badly, and they themselves do.
It’s because our belief in you is far greater than your doubt in your own self.
Based on almost 30 years of experience in this game, I can tell you one thing with absolute certainty.
If you start treating your workouts as a variable, you’ve already lost the game. Once that happens, it sets off a progressive chain of events which is unstoppable.
Let me explain quickly what I mean.
Your biggest commitment must always be to yourself. That is something you cannot toy with, cannot bargain with, cannot shortchange, nor should you ever try to. Anything else must occupy a lesser place in your life. That includes your personal and professional relationships. Yes, I agree they are “one of the biggest investments we can make for the future”. However, they are not THE BIGGEST investment we can make for the future.
That one is reserved to the investment we make in ourselves.
As such, you should differentiate between what is vital and what is merely important.
That means that, once we have a set time for our commitment to ourselves, everything else needs to be planned around it. That time cannot be touched. It is set. The first person that needs to understand that is you. Only then can you make other people understand and respect that.
Once you start playing around with that time, you have turned it into a variable in your life. As soon as you do that, your obligation has immediately lost its importance. After that, the degradation is unstoppable. You will start using that excuse every time you are stuck for an option for more time in your day. Your workout time will become your bargaining chip when your important commitments ask you for time.
You obviously cannot barter vital with important, right?
Yet way too many people do just that.
In fact, I can assure you this is the absolute case in 100% of the tens of thousands of client cases I have dealt with in my career.
Let’s take myself as an example. How many times have I missed a coaching session with you for ANY reason? Keep in mind that these are commitments to you, and not even to myself. I’ve had social engagements occurring during training time, some of which were very important as they involved family. However, my commitments are sacred. Nothing touches them.
Now let’s make one thing clear.
I am not telling you to be disdainful or selfish. I am not asking you to make it all about yourself. You still need to be considerate. You still need to fit your loved ones in your life. I make up for the occasions I miss out on in a different time.
I am telling you to put yourself in a position of power. Put yourself in a place of plenty so you have enough to give to others. You cannot help the poor by being poor. You cannot make people happy if you are sad. You cannot give health if you are unhealthy.
But, when you are in a good place, you can give good things.
So put yourself in that good place. Without question.
And that’s how it should be. You can only be a champion if you think like a champion and act like a champion. Once again – you can only help others from a position of power. And that, in turn, can only come from absolute self-commitment.
Complete clarity of mind is a necessity.
In fact, I would venture to say that the single, solitary thing that separates the winners from the Average Joes is absolute, unwavering focus.
That is the true secret of success.
PS: Is this something you identify with? Do you want to get into the best shape of your life, physically, emotionally and mentally but don’t really know what to do about it?
We want to find those people who are not looking for workouts – but are looking to change their lives completely.
If you are absolutely willing to take your health and your life seriously, fill in the Re-Invention application form here and let us know.
It takes just a few minutes of your day. And it will be one of the best decisions you will make in your life.