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Hey what’s up, Chris Hughes here. In this video I wanna actually talk about the reason why most people aren’t where they want to be in their life. The biggest reason that most people aren’t where they wanna be in their life is that they’ve never actually thought about it.
They haven’t gotten specific about what they want in their life so they can actually start creating the action plan towards attainment. It makes absolute sense that people don’t know what they want in life because they haven’t typically taken the time to think about it, especially during high school and college, you kind of, we go into the, just, habit of just following the directions.
Like, going to class, listening to what the teachers say. Then the traditional route is to get a job, like, go to school, get a job, and just live that way, you know, get, well. What is it actually?
It’s go to school, get good grades, get a job, and then everything else is gonna take care of itself and in reality, that’s never how it works.
My viewpoint is that you have to create something yourself. If you ever wanna get out of what’s commonly known as the rat race. If you wanna see right now where I’m at, I’m actually sitting in my backyard.
I’m actually sitting in my backyard right now in Venice, Florida, and the reason for this is because I’ve gotten out of the, like, quote on quote, rat race. I’ve created a business that has allowed me to travel the world and to ultimately just live on my terms and that’s all, the whole thing about creating a business is.
It’s focusing on creating something that allows you to live the life that you’ve always dreamed about, for the most part, it’s actually a lot cheaper than you think. Like, it’s a lot cheaper than you realize to live this type of lifestyle. It’s just, you need to figure out what that lifestyle looks like for you, and then start to create, create the things. The products or services that allow you to get paid enough to live that type of lifestyle.
Most people think that living on a beach, you have to be a millionaire or you have to be pulling in like, hundreds of thousands of dollars a month and that’s not the truth. Especially, like, in the States it’s a lot more expensive than it is living. You know, outside of the States for getting, like, oceanfront condos or oceanfront villas and stuff like that, but it’s still a lot cheaper than you would ever imagine.
It’s only a couple grand to live on a beach in America, at least in Florida right now. You can even do it for like, less than $2000 a month which is insane to think about with waking up and seeing the ocean, it’s just awesome. It’s one of my favorite things. But you need to figure out what your personal dream looks like. Then figure out the amount of income that it takes to create that lifestyle. Then basically just finding a way to automate that so that you can, you know, just free up your time to do stuff that you actually love.
Related: What Would You Do With $10 Million?
Like right now, it’s sunset so I came down to the beach just to watch sunset, just to enjoy it. I wanted to shoot this message just to share this with you because it’s incredible what’s possible. So if you actually wanna learn how you can do this. I’m gonna share a PDF and a video that I’ve put together that teaches you how you can build up audiences that will allow you to basically figure out what your dream lifestyle looks like. Figure out how to create the income from it but I’m gonna go watch the rest of the sunset, I’ll see you in the next video.
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It was on May 6, 1954, when a 25-year-old medical student in London made history.
On that day, Roger worked his usual shift at St. Mary’s Hospital, then took an early afternoon train to Oxford. He ate his lunch, then met up with track teammates Christopher Chataway and Chris Brasher. The three of them were members of an amateur all-star team, and they were preparing to run against Oxford University.
Around 1,200 people showed up to the track to watch the days event. The day did not have the optimal conditions for a record-setting day, but that didn’t stop Roger from making history. That day, the crowd witnessed history being made.
No one had ever run a 4-minute mile, and it was thought to be impossible.
However, with Bannister’s explosive kick, Bannister ran a mile in under four minutes. It was even recorded at 3:59.4, becoming the first man to ever break the barrier that seemed impossible prior to that moment.
For some people, running a mile is one of those tasks that we reflect back on and we think about the old days in high school, where we had to run the mile for physical education class… others remember the days they played sports and remember running around the track, trying to beat their own personal best.
When Roger broke the 4 minute mile, everything changed.
Prior to Roger Bannister running a mile in less than 4 minutes, no one had done it. But it was said to have been possible.
The “four-minute barrier” has since been broken by many male athletes, and is now the standard of all male professional middle distance runners. In the last 50 years the mile record has been lowered by almost 17 seconds, and currently stands at 3:43.13
During the video you watched above, Roger said “we seemed to be going so slowly. Impatiently I shouted faster… but Brasher kept his head and didn’t change the pace.”
Without having Brasher alongside Bannister, there’s a chance that he would have burned out sooner in the race. The same is true with yourself, it’s often other people (our teams or mastermind groups) that help us stay on track.
During the race, a voice yelled out “Relax” to Bannister. He obeyed and is glad that he did. Most of the times we get caught up in what we’re doing and we forget to relax.
It often takes a short period of reflection to see that it’s the moment when you relax that the magic tends to happen. That’s why breakthroughs often happen when you’re out and about, or in the shower. Your body and mind are in the relaxing state and that allows you to creatively come up with solutions to problems and to remain in the moment.
The most important thing I did during my cage free shark dive was to remain relaxed throughout the process. Freaking out does no good.
By knowing what you ultimately want, you are able to break it down into manageable chunks. Instead of trying to just run a 4 minute mile with no other plans, Roger had his teammates helping with setting the pace, he knew what time he needed to run each quarter mile, and then he simply worked the plan.
“Somehow to do it, I had to run the last lap in 59 seconds. Chataway led around the next bend and then I pounced past him at the beginning of the back straight, 300 yards from the finish.”
You will know when the time is right for you to pounce and to take massive action. However, you need to actually do it when its time to do it. Don’t wait for anyone or anything. You know when the time is right, so its up to you to do it.
Shaun Roger White is an American professional snowboarder and skateboarder. He is a three-time Olympic gold medalist. He holds the record for the most X-Games gold medals, most Olympic gold medals by a snowboarder, and has won 10 ESPY Awards.
A few facts about Shaun White:
According to Variety, White put numerous properties up for sale in 2017 including:
But he still has plenty more homes left to hang out in:
If you haven’t been watching the 2018 Winter Olympics, you might have missed his incredible performance, watch here where he cemented his place in history yet another Olympic gold medal. That makes THREE!
How crazy is this? White delivered the run of a lifetime to win gold in the men’s halfpipe and the 100th Winter Olympic gold medal in United States history.
The 100th Winter Olympic Gold Medal in United States history. What an impressive event to have happen, even more impressive after the recent accident White faced in New Zealand…
Olympic gold medalist Shaun White discusses road to recovery after cutting his face open earlier this season in New Zealand and what it means to make a comeback at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics.
Warning: this video shows a rough accident so if you have a weak stomach, do not watch this.
After the accident, he shared this on his Instagram…
I’ve always lived my life by pushing the limits. Winning is great, but it’s the tough times that truly define you. I took a slam while training the other day, but don’t worry I’ll be back soon and better than ever!! Thanks @beatsbydre for bringing me into the family. #NormalisBoring #1of1 #RockNRoll
“I’ve always lived my life by pushing the limits. Winning is great, but it’s the tough times that truly define you. I took a slam while training the other day, but don’t worry I’ll be back soon and better than ever!! Thanks @beatsbydre for bringing me into the family. ”
The video below shows a nice insight into the road to recovery for him.
What’s even more impressive is that it’s not just one sport that Shaun White has been an expert in…
Watch Shaun White’s Run 4 during the Skate Vert Finals Super Jam at the Toyota Challenge 2011 in Salt Lake City, UT
Shaun White at the time of this interview was a two-time Olympic gold medalist and winner of 23 Winter and Summer X Games medals. He’s best-known for being a professional snowboarder and skateboarder, but he’s also an entrepreneur. White recently launched a new clothing line called WHT SPACE, in partnership with Macy’s.
He stopped by Business Insider to discuss a range of topics, from sports and business to personal strategy. We asked him how he manages to succeed during high-pressure situations.
You know you’re doing something right when Red Bull builds you your own private pipe.