“Success is the sum of small efforts – repeated day in and day out.” – Robert Collier

I guarantee this is something everyone of us has heard at least once in our lifetime. In fact, you’ve probably even lived it if you’ve ever had to work in order to succeed at something.

Who comes to mind when you think of success or greatness? I think of Beyonce, Oprah, Michael Jordan, Muhammad Ali, Bruce Lee, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs. Some of the things these people have achieved are remarkable and may even seem almost unrealistic or unattainable for lots of people to replicate in their own lives. Arguably people could say it would be impossible to achieve as much success as these people – but that’s self-defeating mindset, and that’s not what we’re about.


And by no means I am going to imply I expect you to be the next Oprah, but I do wholeheartedly believe that if there is something you want to achieve in regards to your physique, your health, your strength, your career, your life, you should pursue it with a relentless and consistent effort such as the Beyonces, Oprahs, and Michael Jordans of the world.

If there’s something you really want, and I don’t mean “kind of want”…I mean you want it so badly you’ll do what it actually to get it – you should take a step each day that brings you closer to your goal. 

But you can’t just say “I’m gonna do something every day to make it happen.” That’s a sweet intention with good enthusiasm – but you need to take it one step further. You need to plan ahead. You need to plan your actions. Your actions are the biggest indicator of whether or not you will fail or succeed in achieving what you want.

Actionable planning can be simple. In fact the simpler it is, the better. What I’m working on for the next six weeks is weight training four times per week for 45-60 minutes and doing aerobic cardiovascular training seven times per week for 20 minutes. If you were to look into my monthly day planner right now, I can show you exactly where my training time slots are for each workout and where I intend to do them. It’s a very simple and specific plan and undoubtedly a good way to get my achieve what I want. Not only is it easy to adhere to, but I’m creating a plan to forge habits that will allow me to live my life in a way that I want. 

By living in a way that is consistent with our desires we bring our dreams to life. That is how we achieve success. And quite honestly, that’s completely worth a daily dose of hustle.  What do you need to do to live the life that you want?

 “Your beliefs become your thoughts. Your thoughts become your words. Your words become your actions. Your actions become your habits. Your habits become your destiny.” – Mahatma Ghandi

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