There is a TON of conflicting advice out there about how to build muscle, what to eat, and how to create the physique you want. The resource I share with you in this epsode will give you the clarity and confidence you have been looking for. This is a MUST read book!
What are those intangible qualities, that if you built within yourself, would make the biggest difference towards your success?
In this episode, I break them down and show you just how to build them.
If you want greatness, there is a price to be paid for it. In this episode, I break down some wisdom from the late great Felix Dennis, multimillionaire mogul and tycoon, where he details the hell you'll need to walk through to get where you want to go.
One of the hallmarks of greatness is making what you do seem easy and effortless. The problem with that comes when others think that they can do what you do, without having to build the sregth to do it.
In this epsiode, I break down a bar from a Benny The Butcher freestyle, where he highlights this reality.
Taking responsibility doesn't really mean what we think it does, and it's a habit that not many truly have. In this episode, I break down what taking responsibility means, how do it, and what happens when this becomes a part of who you are.
It's nice to have vision, but it's equally important to have self awareness and pay close attention to reality. In this episode, Lebron James shares his philosophy through an interview from 2008, and reveals his secret weapon: self-awareness.
So often we hear the advice to "trust your instincts". And just as often we find ourselves experiencing pain as a result of bad decisions.
In this episode, I unveil four very dangerous thought patterns that keep us stuck. In order to break patterns of failure and frustration, it's important to know and understand the lies we tell ourselves, and properly train ourselves to make the right decisions.
In this episode of Bars, I share a powerful message from Giannis Antetokounmpo about the lessons he learned from NBA legend Kobe Bryant.