You are in a digital game.
To get rewards, called Happy Points, you need to go through different milestones and unlock a treasure chest for each milestone.
Level after level, the game gets more challenging. But you have to keep yourself in the loop of chasing the same outcome to get the reward.
Otherwise, it will be all or nothing.
Of course, it was exciting, at first – until everything became a repetitive pattern of constant dashing towards the next milestone and stepping away from where you are currently. And it all boils down to an endless cycle of excitement and despair, ending up just surviving rather than winning.
So what does this mean for you?
Goals can restrict your happiness if you’re not careful.
It’s nice to have goals. After all, goals set your targets.
But then, if it’s just all about the next thing, you’re mentally boxing yourself to a narrow version of happiness.
And I felt that when I won the world championship.
Upon reflection, it was quite a sad time for me.
Because I thought happiness was something for my future self to enjoy; so I kept chasing goal after goal, only to end up robbed out of my experience.
I was successful but not fulfilled.
And it took me a process to find fulfillment in where I am right now.
So here's the thing:
Just because you want to be somewhere else doesn't mean where you are isn't good enough.
Whether you are prepping for your first show, getting your best shape, or still on a quest for self-discovery, learn to acknowledge what you’ve done so you can be more.
Are you ready to take yourself to the next level?
Physically, mentally, and spiritually?
The Sports Model Project is a process of transformation and personal mastery.
And it's ONLY for the hardest worker in the room.
On the other side?
You have love, care, support, and a team of coaches to drive you towards the vision that you have for yourself.
So you can live in your spirit.
Live your spirit,
Be your vision.
Love and light,