"Fatigue makes cowards of us all".....
How disciplined are you? How much control do you have over yourself, your habits, and your routines?
How well do you follow through?
In this 3rd installment of the Control Series, I break down the importance of having insane levels of discipline, and how to build it systematically.
We find inspiration from models of discipline like Tupac, Malcolm X, Kobe Bryant and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
(7:11) Despise all things that prevent you to act.
(7:46) CLIP: J. Cole on controlling vices (alcohol, social media, etc)
(13:26) Your ability to secure results, is reliant on your discipline.
(16:23) CLIP: Kobe's playoff airballs
(18:43) Look at the reality of the situation.
(20:35) CLIP: Kobe on training at 4am
(22:32) Think logically - what are you doing it for? OutWORK your opponent.
(25:25) At the root of it all - a sense of URGENCY
(26:24) CLIP: 2Pac's sense of urgency on the studio
(27:23) You must develop a supreme sense of urgency that's uncommon.
(28:21) CLIP: Malcolm X, "No fear"
(28:33) You must become fearless.
(26:15) CLIP: Arnold Schwarzenegger, "What are you hungry for?"
(30:43) You gotta OWN your drive.
(31:26) CLIP: 2pac's fearlessness
(31:42) Will you do anything??
(32:03) You gotta have a competitive drive...
(32:16) CLIP: MJ's scrimmage-training
(33:26) What training tools can you use to fuel your competitiveness?
(34:58) CLIP: Jimmy Johnson, "Fatigue makes cowards of us all"
(37:20) You can't afford to be a "coward"...