“Start with big dreams and make life worth living.”
– Stephen Richards
Fuel your body, fuel your mind and keep in shape
It’s simple: eat better food, exercise more both physically and mentally and get better sleep. Just as a car runs best with a full tank of gas, your body also needs the right kind of fuel. A balance of vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, proteins, fats and water will give your body what it needs for peak performance. If you’re not doing these things, there will be a limit to how much you can accomplish. Even the small, positive changes in the above can lead to significant changes in productivity, stress management and brain function. The people who perform at the highest levels are the ones who treat their bodies well.
Always keep learning. Keep reading. Learn everything there is to know about your field and stay curious. Our minds work better when we learn new things. People who read every day are more creative and more adaptable to change. Knowledge gives you the framework to stay motivated, disciplined and execute on your potential. In other words “The more you learn, the more you earn.”
When McGregor took rest hours or a rest day he didn’t watch TV, he watched videos on training, boxing, watching wrestling moves, taekwondo and so many other martial arts. He literally became obsessed with something he was so passionate about and loved