Make It Happen Monday – Pepper, Gnat Crap, and You


I’m seriously blown away by how technology has changed our lives and given us opportunity. We live in a terrific age of information and sharing ideas the likes of which have never been seen before. Basically, it’s thanks to the Internet, and it’s pretty awesome.

As much as the Internet is the proverbial Tits, it’s not perfect.

We have access to more information than ever before. As a result, we spend more and more time looking for information while spending less time doing.

For example, back in the day, if you wanted to get big you’d find a book by George Hackenschmidt or Eugene Sandow. That would pretty much be your only source of information on physical culture. So you’d read that book, find the plan, and work it to death. Maybe these weren’t the most sophisticated of programs according to modern sports science, but they did the job if you gave them due focus.

Now, if you hit up Big G for some info on getting big, be prepared for a lot of options. As in BILLIONS.

As an aside: Those results change dramatically depending on the adjective you tag onto the end of that search query. Just saying.

Back on topic: If you’re struggling to hit your goals, here’s my advice on the subject:

It’s Make It Happen Monday: Stop wasting time with low-success shit and focus on some big wins.

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March 26, 2013

Sutherland @ 11:30 am #

Great video. I agree with you. Most of us worry too much about the little details, when all it does is keep us in non-action. Then we wonder why we don’t succeed. I say this as a reminder to myself as well. Thanks for putting this out.

April 10, 2013

Gaz @ 5:45 am #

Great post. Great video. You are so right with the amount of information out there it really is a matter of paralysis by analysis. We over think things when it really is so simple – eat right, drink water, exercise. That’s probably a whole lot more than most do so it’s a good start! Build from there. Thanks for your honest post.

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