It’s YOU. It’s always been you : )

I’m a big believer of the “inner game.”

The thoughts that occupy your mind and the people that you surround yourself with are responsible for 99% of your actions, emotions and outcome.

The brutally honest truth is that many people blame outside circumstances for their outcome when in reality where you are in life right now is a direct cause of your thoughts and actions.

If you’re in a good place right now then I congratulate you on your self-mastery.

And if you’re not in a good place then you have some work to do and I’m here to help see you through it.

Drop the excuses.

You know this to be true about yourself or people around you who claim to follow the nutrition program they’re on and that they religiously come to every workout, yet they fail to achieve their goals, and so they blame their program, their busy life or some sort of outside circumstance.

The reality is it’s not a faulty program or any outside circumstance outside of their control.

See, most people say they want a better life, greater fat loss, a higher level of fitness, more meaningful relationships, bigger success, financial freedom, and happiness….

….Yet their actions prove the opposite.

Maybe this is something you or someone who you know is struggling with.

I’ve got to tell you, it’s extremely difficult to admit that you are the cause of your current situation and outcome and that no one else is at fault but you.

However, there’s something massively empowering about that because anything that you take responsibility for, you can also turn around and improve upon.

Now you might be wondering what the root cause of the self limiting belief system is that causes people to want one thing, get the other thing, and blame someone else for it.

The culprit here is something that’s called “inner emotional belief system”.

It’s the anchor that most people carry with them their entire lives. This inner emotional resistance comes in the form of guilt, self hate, anger, shame, fear, scarcity, greed, and out right laziness.

It may have been installed in you when you were young and impressionable. But you have total control over it now.

Inner emotional resistance creates a state in your mind that makes you believe that you have zero control over your outcome.

When in reality you are in direct control of your outcome and it’s every action that you’ve taken up to this point that’s brought you to where you are today in life.

There’s nothing more empowering them taking personal responsibility for where you are right now in life. Because in the very next moment you also realize that you are the master of your destiny.

You are the cause, and not the effect.

You have more control than you’ve ever giving yourself credit for.

You decide what time you wake up every morning to dominate your day.

You decide if you will hit snooze and choose extra 10 minutes of sleep instead of living your passion and purpose.

(Just think of the message you’re sending your subconscious mind when your first action in the morning is an act of weakness!)

You decide if you’re going to waste valuable time first thing in the morning by checking in on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and scrolling through your emails.

You decide if you’re going to spend the first 15 minutes working on your inner game by reading from a book or listening to an audio program that will help you emotionally, physically, or spiritually.

You decide if you’re going to work out today or make an excuse to skip it.

You decide what you eat, when you eat, and how much you eat.

You’re 100% in charge of the actions you take, the decision you make, The commitment you show, and the promises you make or break.

Nothing is more liberating or more empowering than knowing that you and only you are 100% in charge of your outcome.

The buck starts and stops with you.

And the only thing that is in between you and the incredible outcome that you want for your life is the inner emotional belief system that you carry… and that you must change in order to move forward.

And that dovetails perfectly with this quote…

“The failure to act is often the product of inner, emotional resistance than external resistance. To move forward you must give up your excuses. Do not capitulate to external resistance, AND resolve your own internal resistance. A high performer has no margin for such weakness.” – Dan Kennedy.

I believe in YOU! Take Charge!

-Johnny

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