A great life is built upon seemingly ordinary decisions that are made every single day. However, when we look deeper at these ordinary decisions and the thinking behind them, we realize therein lies all the difference.
In this episode of Self-Worth, Marine, Mycal Anders, talks summiting Kilimanjaro – the physical challenge, the mental challenge, and how sometimes giving up is even harder than pushing on.
What if I told you there was one thing you could change that would exponentially increase your chances for achieving your heart’s desires?
The theme for November is Expanding Past Upper Limits, and friends, that is exactly what we are going to do.
Mycal Anders is the quintessential ex football player and retired marine. He is now a successful entrepreneur, public speaker, cross fit gym owner, and Next Level Performance coach.
Today we are going to talk about alleviating massive stress and breaking up with needless distraction to get your f-ing life back and calm your over-extended nervous system.
Self-care isn’t a luxury, it’s a necessity, and it starts with self-love. Massages, chocolate, nice dinners, fancy things – they are all nice, but they aren’t real self-care. Real self-care is about introspection.
I’ve talked in the last few episodes on a myriad of ways you can increase your frequency. What I have left out of that equation though, is the incredible restorative power of rest.
Want to work on being high vibe every single day so you can walk in this world feeling amazing and lifting others up at the same time? Cool. Me too.
Ok, so what is frequency? Frequency is energy. Energy is everywhere. Every thing on this planet has a frequency. That’s why crystals are so wild and amazing. They are beautiful but they also vibrate at different frequencies that illicit different feelings.
Chances are, unless you grew up with parents who had a really good and healthy relationship with money, then you have money issues. I’m definitely in the money issues camp, so no shame here!
Is it possible to have an abundant day every single day? Yes. It’s a matter of practice and choice and it’s a matter of diligence.