Patience is not simply the ability to wait – it’s how we behave while we’re waiting.
To say patience is a virtue is an understatement. It’s really more of a skill especially in today’s day and age. In this episode Brett shares valuable lessons surrounding the impact internally and externally patience can have.
Patience is a life changing attribute. To be mindful of life’s circumstances, will allow you to flip the script. Control the uncontrollable and ultimately live the life that you choose to live.
You can turn your adversity into your advantage and live a freer and happier life. But it will happen only if you make it happen.
In this episode Brett shares some of the greatest lessons and tools on how to face adversity, and ultimately turning it into your advantage.
Adversity will create mountains, and only making a conscious decision, will move them.
That final evening before the big day, the reality starts to set in and the nerves catch up to you. What do the best presenters, athletes and coaches do to prepare themselves for what’s next to come.
In this episode Brett shares some of the greatest lessons from the most successful speakers, mentors and parents. These teachings are used in a wide range of fiend which can be beneficial to all walks of life.
Vince Lombardi Quote: “Mental toughness is Spartanism, with all its qualities of self-denial, sacrifice, dedication, fearlessness, and love.”
In this episode Brett talks about the way of a Spartan warrior and how their ethos can be a lesson for today.
The foundation and mentality of the Spartans is formed since birth, and there is a direct correlation between the continued training and how it can be applied to our present life.
The Spartans heading into battle didn’t save anything for the way back, the faced the enemy head on without thought of retreat. They lived the ethos embodied in the charge given by their mothers and wives as they left for battle: “Come back with your shield or on it.”
This, ultimately, was the way of the Spartan.
With it or on it.
It all starts with the belief, on May 6, 1954 Roger Bannister broke through the 4-minute mile, at a time of 3 min and 59 seconds. This is after it was thought that it was physically impossible for a human being to do so.
As soon Bannister accomplished it, his competitors sighed a shine of relief. Once it was proven possible in as little as 46 days later it was broken again. Now to this day thousands have done what seemed to be impossible.
Impossible becomes possible when it starts with one’s belief.