He also is a serious endurance athlete : an ultra-runner, a multiple ironman and former world-record holder for pull-ups. But I do want to share one thought that stuck with me through this. They felt really self-serving as each one went along the lines of the narrator expressing how in awe of David Goggins he was, and David Goggins expressing yet again how hard it was for him to achieve his goals. I took myself while I was sitting in that chair, crapping up my back, peeing blood down my leg, shin splints, stress fractures, I used all of that for motivation instead of negativity. This will help you extract and take the most and take appropriate action before you forget. He was supposed to become another statistic.
When you think you're at your endpoint, you've only done 40% of the work! Comfort is the enemy, always be pushing harder. A lot of people take the easy route and they have a good life that way. One is that if you really put your mind to a task you can achieve the impossible. Another great book was from Dean Karnazes. Goggins was not meant to amount to much. But through self-discipline, mental toughness, and hard work, Goggins transformed himself from a depressed, overweight young man with no future into a U.
A caution to readers the language can be a bit raw at times. There are multiple times where if others were not around to save him, he would have died. He overcome poverty, real hard physical abuse, obesity, racism, shitty teachers, etc. While David's language is oftentimes chauvinistic, his message is positive and inclusive: Everyone can attain more than they know if they persevere through the suffering. The wisdom Goggins espouses in this book is product of his first hand experiences. Journals are a big part of the self-help movement and are often used by people who would like to write down their thoughts, often during a particularly challenging transition in their lives, for example pregnancy, rehabilitation, illness or therapy.
Highlight and capture the key ideas and most important lessons found in the original book so that you can put them into practice. Through a series of reflections on his life experiences, told sometimes chronologically and other times thematically, he shares one lesson per chapter. Goggins is the guy who would take anything you put in front of him. This will be the perfect personal gift for yourself, friends and family, and anyone you know who loves reading self-help and personal development books. All I did was pick up that shovel and made my own path.
You can use it as your diary, writing book, notebook, journal or even a book to doodle in. This is a call to action, to wake ourselves up and start living how we were meant to live. This is a summary and guide to the main book. No soft lies anymore, just naked hard realities. I've read some reviews about this book that there's too much cursing. This will help you extract and take the most and take appropriate action before you forget.
ففي المجتمع ناجحين وفاشلين؛ وقسم من هذا الواقع ليس عادلًا وليس نتيجة غلطتك أنت. If you think you're at your maximum you're probably only at 40%. That in itself would make this a greatly inspiring book. It is worth appreciation when someone shares his point of view and knowledge with others. He's also an ultra-marathon runner, with more than 60 races under his belt. Each of those themselves are the hardest training courses in the world.
So many of us stop too soon or tell ourselves the wrong story, or just are not honest with ourselves. As a strategic move, the book makes a lot of sense. I listened to the audiobook, which took on a really exciting format. Through a combination of self-doubt, dissatisfaction, and a burning desire to see who he could be and what he could amount to, so Goggins began possibly the most remarkable human transformation ever documented. Let me get it out of the way - David Goggins is a Badass Motherfucker. Note: This is a 8.
I did tend to call out the absolutely stupid things he did as well. A life in which we was dealt as bad as hand as possible. In the book he shares what he went through as a child and a teenager, how he fought to achieve his life goals and conquered the odds. If you run everyday, go swim. But through self-discipline, mental toughness, and hard work, Goggins transformed himself from a depressed, overweight young man with no future into a U.