2ND CUP OF MOTIVATION: Be easy on yourself today. Be certain to LOVE yourself. Where YOU are right now is all apart of the process. No matter what the situation looks like or how challenging it is, just between YOU and YOU, say that, I am willing to COMMIT to this. I'm willing to stick to it. I'm willing to stay on this path.I believe in YOU. Have a great Holiday Friends!
Posted by Kurt Gillon @ Wednesday, December 24, 2014 @ 09:59am
Our growing softness, our increasing lack of physical fitness, is a menace to our security. – John. F. Kennedy
In today’s busy life schedule we are very busy due to hectic time schedule. No one have time to exercise or go to gym. If we make minds some time, our hope quickly run away.
During this tough time we need thought and inspiration that can motivate us, even in tough situation. If you really want to achieve anything then you must stay motivated at your work and success will be your’s.
Posted by Kurt Gillon @ Saturday, July 12, 2014 @ 06:39am
What a great day it is to have a workout. I am reminded this morning of the importance of working out, not just in the physical but in mind and spirit as well. In order for us to grow we must water our self (not selfish) seed. Making sure we take time for mind, body and spiritual (with or without religious preference) needs are important, then we can be trey helpers and givers to others, being strong in all facets of life.
Posted by Kurt Gillon @ Wednesday, July 09, 2014 @ 04:56am
Every new moment
Time will pass no matter what. Give yourself something to show for it.
Give yourself some adventure, some achievement, some fellowship, learning, exhilaration, and other great moments of experience. Give yourself the benefit of working with discipline and focus to tackle a meaningful challenge.
Time moves forward, so get yourself moving forward with it. Make this day uniquely fulfilling, and then create even more fulfillment tomorrow.
You cannot go back and reclaim the hours, days and years that have already passed.
Posted by Kurt Gillon @ Wednesday, June 11, 2014 @ 11:25am
Disappointment is part of life, that's reality. However, with the right practice, you can conquer it! You can turn disappointment into a positive, life-changing experience with the potential to catapult you into a place in life you never even imagined.
For some, this could be you, if you choose, disappointments become this energy or motivation that drives you to take a different approach, learn more about yourself, and come back even stronger, more resilient and compassionate with yourself.
Posted by Kurt Gillon @ Tuesday, June 10, 2014 @ 06:02am
Great Tuesday morning to you! Ok, I need your help, my week is swamped with lists upon lists upon lists of things to do. So much so that I forgot to make my list of blog thoughts. So, I need to know what YOU want to talk about rest of week.
As a token of my appreciation for helping me you will receive a personalized month of workouts :-). Email me at email@example.com, So, on your mark, get set, GO!
Posted by Kurt Gillon @ Tuesday, May 27, 2014 @ 06:35am
Ok, so this morning my oldest daughter (9yrs) asked me a question, "Daddy, is your new fitness job going to give us more premium time then the last one?" I had a long pause, looked her eye to eye and said "yes" sweetie.
What was I thinking, in my mind I had it set to work longer and harder to make a good living for my family, but in the end the most important thing to her and other siblings is/was daddy time.
I am reminded of the motto I share with trainers, friends, etc. Family, Faith and Fitness, time to swallow the pill I prescribe, with gladness and pleasure.
Posted by Kurt Gillon @ Wednesday, May 14, 2014 @ 06:43am