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Those of you who’ve been with YørFit long enough have undoubtedly been pissed off one time or another for some sort of change that has come down the pipeline. The reason for our change has always been the same: we strive to be the best micro-gym around. Our motivation for this is simple: you deserve it. We always anticipate pushback from changes because the very nature of change is discomfort. Even worse, we expect the change to fail at first. But, if we never stop challenging ourselves we’ll never start growing.

So what’s your motivation? “I wanna look haw-T-aahh,” you might say. Fine, but chances are there’s something a little deeper having to do with insecurities or aspirations. Whatever it is, find it, state it and keep it in the forefront of your subconscious because, as a good friend of mine once said, “Your ‘why’ needs to be bigger than your ‘why not’.”

Doing the same thing and expecting different results is quite literally insane. So stop being a fucking nut. Wake up at 4:30am; miss office lunches; say “YES” to Level 2 instead of Level 3. Make a change because without it you will not change. I’m not saying who you are today is not good enough. I’m saying who you need to be tomorrow is better.

Just like a burpee, the only time a rep counts is when you get up. And just like a burpee, the only way to get another rep is to first fall flat on your face. It’s okay to be afraid and disappointed. It’s the successful who are courageous, acknowledge that failure is inevitable and charge forward regardless. You’re going to fail.  Get used to it and start getting really good at picking yourself back up again.

This past month I took on my new challenge. I left my role of being General Manager at YørFit and entered a new role of being General Manager at a different company. It’s hard, it’s uncomfortable and I’m failing every day. But, my motivation is to never stop growing for my family. Fortunately for all of us, Stacey, my wife and partner with YørFit since inception, has stepped up to take the helm for the exact same reasons. Please embrace Stacey in her new challenge just as you hope to be embraced in yours.

Those of you who’ve been with YørFit long enough have undoubtedly been pissed off one time or another for some sort of change that has come down the pipeline. The reason for our change has always been the same: we strive to be the best micro-gym around. Our motivation for this is simple: you deserve it. We always anticipate pushback from changes because the very nature of change is discomfort. Even worse, we expect the change to fail at first. But, if we never stop challenging ourselves we’ll never start growing.

So what’s your motivation? “I wanna look haw-T-aahh,” you might say. Fine, but chances are there’s something a little deeper having to do with insecurities or aspirations. Whatever it is, find it, state it and keep it in the forefront of your subconscious because, as a good friend of mine once said, “Your ‘why’ needs to be bigger than your ‘why not’.”

Doing the same thing and expecting different results is quite literally insane. So stop being a fucking nut. Wake up at 4:30am; miss office lunches; say “YES” to Level 2 instead of Level 3. Make a change because without it you will not change. I’m not saying who you are today is not good enough. I’m saying who you need to be tomorrow is better.

Just like a burpee, the only time a rep counts is when you get up. And just like a burpee, the only way to get another rep is to first fall flat on your face. It’s okay to be afraid and disappointed. It’s the successful who are courageous, acknowledge that failure is inevitable and charge forward regardless. You’re going to fail. Get used to it and start getting really good at picking yourself back up again.

This past month I took on my new challenge. I left my role of being General Manager at YørFit and entered a new role of being General Manager at a different company. It’s hard, it’s uncomfortable and I’m failing every day. But, my motivation is to never stop growing for my family. Fortunately for all of us, Stacey, my wife and partner with YørFit since inception, has stepped up to take the helm for the exact same reasons. Please embrace Stacey in her new challenge just as you hope to be embraced in yours.

Never stop challenging yourself because without it you cease to improve.