Monday, 31 August 2020 08:22

That INSANELY positive feeling you have sometimes upon waking up!

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I feel it. Oh boy, yes, I do!

I DO!

And I’m sure you have too on occasion.

Have you ever woken upon one fine morning (or afternoon, as the case might be) and felt something POSITIVE?

Felt overwhelmingly POSITIVE (this goes for an “el groucho” like yours truly as well, hehe).

Felt like things were just going to WORK OUT SOMEHOW!

Felt like you were on top of the world?

You probably have. And while truth be told, this is how you should wake up EACH morning, not all of us do.

For most of us, those days are far and few in between.

Anyway, this isn’t so much about . . . ah, but let me say what I want to first.

Back in December last year, I was faced with a problem that it would take a while to detail here.

I was working willy nilly non stop on it all week, and on a Sunday at that, I was working LITERALLY NON STOP to solve it.

Like 18 hours of the day workday (which I do NOT do normally).

And it was frustrating,

I must admit I cursed all throughout the day, albeit to myself.

I was irritated. Tired. The “fuck it” all feeling.

And so forth.

And as I drank a couple of beers at the end of it all, I said the hell with it, and meant it. Literally.

The next morning, as I climbed my favorite hill out there, I just FELT GOOD all of a sudden.

Awesome.

Go get ‘em feeling!

Like it was just going to workout!

Work out . . . hehe. Is it a coincindence it came out that way and I have one of the best damn workouts that day – or today for that matter? ?

(Such is life when writing in the flow, but hey . . . ).

And as I finished my workout, things went swimmingly well.

Two of the issues I was working on got solved. And an idea that I got during my workout helped me solve the third, and off it was to Hong kOng that day, I believe . . .

Great day.

Yesterday was yet one of these days for me, and I was FRUSTRATED to the extreme.

And yet, today when I woke up, right about at the “bright early hour” of 1130 AM or so, or perhaps 12 noon after NOT having slept until 4 AM last night (or so) . . . I am LOVING it!

That exuberant feeling is going full blast, and I have no doubt something good will happen today.

Something that will propel me forward towards my goals.

And what is common between now and the other day I mentioned?

Well, it is this.

Work on a problem intensely, my friend. I mean REAL INTENSELY. I m ean REALLY!

IT has to be ALL you think about – literally – for the ENTIRE DAY!

And the “how’s” of that aren’t as important as the why.

I don’t care how you do it, but DO IT – and convince the subconscious that THIS is a problem that HAS TO BE SOLVED NO MATTER WHAT!

And the way you do that is REPETITION my friend.

Claude Bristol when writing about the amazing powers of the subconscious wrote about the “tap tap” technique where he compared “drilling the idea into the deepest depths” of the subconscious to machine gun’s relentless “firing” that eventually achieves the desired result.

Or perhaps the way locomotives move, or perhaps the “Drip drip drip” Chinese torture techniques they used in ancient days.

Say a lie enough times, and you’ll start to think it’s true. And so forth.

Repetition truly is the cadence of the Universe my friend. And if you TRULY CARE about something and convince the subconscious of it, then that problem WILL BE SOLVED.

One way or the other, and I don’t care how it happens. It’ll happen!

And it’s happened on NUMEROUS occasions throughout my entire life my friend.

Now, does this apply to fitness you ask?

You bet it does.

And it applies to ANY exercise, no matter how tough.

REALLY, REALLY want to get good at pull-ups? Then do what I did and what I mention in “Pull-ups from DUD to STUD within weeks” – and NOT just the physical part. There is a reason I revamped and repriced the original (yes, it’s MORE expensive now) to include the mental side of this and that’s why I’m writing to you about this now!

REALLY want to get to 500 Hindu squats in a row? Well, goodie. The trick that is mentioned as the FIRST commandment of Physical Training in the 0 Excuses Fitness System is a must do, and if it worked for Tracy - - it will work for YOU TOO.

Give it a try. Let me know how you do!

Best,

Rahul Mookerjee

PS – Here is where you can check out the 0 Excuses Fitness System.

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