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Master of Change

Are you a master of change?

Or a victim to it?

Change is inevitable.

There is no point in fighting it.

Better off embracing it.

Might as well be the one driving it.

I think a lot about what’s going to change next.

What do I need to work on?



In my relationships?

Do you do this?

I’m curious to know how you feel about change.

Do you love it or hate it?

Do you ever say these things?...

“It’s just the way I am.”


“It is what it is.”


“We don’t do that.”


“That’s not for us.”


"It's just not me."

You are fucked until you remove these limiting beliefs from your brain.

You have to give yourself more credit than that.

You are not as hard-wired as you think you are.

I'm not making this up, I'm speaking from experience.

You are a product of your environment and your mindset.

Change is like time, you can’t stop it.

It's happening because of the people and the things that surround you.

The books you're reading, the TV you are watching, the conversations that you're having. Everything that goes into your brain is changing your perspectives and impacting the outcome.

Change the input and you become the driver of the change, not the victim of it.

It's not easy, but it's simple.

The concept is simple.

The understanding is simple.

The work is hard.

I want to drive the change in my own life because I know there is always some aspect that needs work.

The only reason so many of us fall short in becoming who we want to be and doing what we want to do is because we won’t accept that change is happening regardless.

We don't believe we effect it.

We dwell on to the past with regret or sit in the present with fear and we waste the time we could be effectively changing the things we need to improve.

You don’t have to live the same year over and over for the rest of your life.

You don’t have to be what everyone thinks you are.

You can become who it is your brain keeps whispering to you about.

That person you see when you lay your head down on the pillow at night.

The only way that will manifest itself into reality is if you put yourself into the drivers seat of change.

Wake up tomorrow morning.

30 minutes earlier than you normally do.

Sit with your thoughts.

Look at the results in your life that you're happy about.

Write them down.

Why do they exist?

Look at the results your unhappy with.

Write them down.

Why do they exist?

Write down the inputs that cause these things.

Write down what you need to CHANGE in order to move away from the disappointments in your life.

It's a simple math problem.

Inputs + Time = Results.

What are they now?

What do they need to become?

That's the easy part.

Now get to work on doing it.

Find someone to hold you accountable and work on things together.

Talk to each other every Friday to discuss your successes and challenges.

You don't need to do this alone.

But you do need to do this.

You can literally change your location, career, health, peer group and mindset.


Is it scary?


So is that where it ends for you?

You're settling for disappointment in your life because you're scared?

Everyone is scared.

Everyone started somewhere.

Nobody ever got anywhere without sacrifice and change.

Focus & Fortitude


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