Wednesday, 19 May 2021 03:58

The more you do it, the easier it gets . . .

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This, of course, could be applied to anything.

(Ahem).

Life, success, business, relationships, the "sack" (not the sort you know who in Brum likes) and anything really.

I received a newsletter from another company this morning which was saying basically "just do it".

Glad to see more people getting on the bandwagon!

They were basically saying "it's far better to test and iterate than try and get all your ducks in a row first. The more you do it, the easier it becomes to hit send!"

(They're a newsletter company).

(I dont use them - but there's a special Twitter offer I have for my subscribers there and THAT offer utilizes this company. It's a $49/month offer bascially for TWO great newsletters a month, and given one of them in paperback format costs over $50 the last I checked, well, it's a great deal for those that do sign up!).

Speaking of which, remember - the monthly newsletters once I start going "in earnest" will be posted here.

They can be bought as regular products, but remember, all free for the Ship members who are already getting a "version" of it every month.

But for the Twitter guys, I plan on ramping things up depending upon demand, so if you're interested, sign up now!

First issue starts June 1 if everything goes well.

But anyway, they're right about one thing - persistence.

Persistence truly is the mother lode of success.

That above quote is MINE - a Rahul Mookerjee quote.

And if you're serious about success at fitness, or life, or anything, you'll want to print out and keep it where you can see it all the time.

Along with this one -

Persistence is to a man's character what carbon is to STEEL.

So true - that was the great Napoleon Hill. Truly a visionary years ahead of his time . . .

Anyway . . . back to the "now".

I have never ever been one to sit around and wait for condtions to be just right and/or ideal or what not.

IF I want to do something, I want it do it - NOW.

I dont procrastinate.

I just get down to it - and just do it!

Hence all my books, born mostly on the spur of the moment.

I dont wait for the right conditions for anything, because life is short, my friend.

The conditions will "never be right" if you keep waiting for them to be so, other hand  if you DO - and keep doing - you'll notice yourself "moulding" said conditions yourself and making life dance to YOUR tune as opposed to the other way around.

And the more you do it, the better you get at it!

And the more natural it becomes.

Writing. Pushups. Pull-ups. Squats. Running Hills. All of it!

Even "the sack" for those of you inclined in that regard, hehe.

Point made, I believe . . .

And the last one I want to make is this, that a lot of you have been waiting for the "right time" to get (for whatever reason, this particular book) - Animal Kingdom Workouts.

The time, my friend, will never be just right - if you want it - get it NOW.

If you have questions, I'm right here to answer 'em too.

And I'm out. Back soon!

Best,

Rahul Mookerjee

PS - Now IS the right time to snap up the last couple of copies of Fast and Furious Fitness - the Collector's Edition from when I first stated in 2010 (right here on THIS SITE!) ... (the site hasn't changed much at all has it!) ... because once gone, guess what - they're gone - so those interested - get your roll on NOW.

PS #2 - There is some wierd incompatiblity "code" issue with sign ups on the other site. Should be fixed soon, in the interim, contact me if you want IN on the daily fitness tips from there - currently no pop up is showing there in that regard.