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- If you've ever thought, "What the F am I doing with my life?" ... then this article is probably for you.
- If you don't feel completly satisfied with your job or career ... then this article is probably for you.
- If you want 3 concrete ways to help turn that around ... then this article is probably for you.
SUMMARYIf you truly believe that the things you gain from an ordeal are greater than the things lost and that all valleys turn into hills, then you can wield your true power, rise to every occasion, and enjoy every blessing. These stories explain why.
- Part 1 and Part 2: Two people whose experiences parallel our journey as a startup gym and finding our place within the Boston fitness industry.
- Lessons for Uplifted:
Like Tyler, we paid the price for trying to do it all. Here are some critical trade-offs we made without realizing it:
It seems like just yesterday a few of our members were starting to create plans for how they’d stay in shape during the busy summer months. Whether it was traveling, cook-outs, or beach days, their preparation paid off and their bellies didn’t pay the price.
The Quickie: Anyone looking to get into better shape or anyone who hits the gym regularly is looking to become a better version of themselves. We want to become stronger, faster, leaner, fitter.
And by doing x, y and z we will obtain this result, and we will be that shiny ideal version of ourselves that we've been dreaming of.
Except when our ego is in control, it is never enough. We are never enough.
How do you strive for a better version of yourself, without falling into a pit of shame, unworthiness and guilt when things don’t go as planned?