How to get comfortable being uncomfortable: 10 things a man can do today to develop grit and discipline

How to get comfortable being uncomfortable: 10 things a man can do today to develop grit and discipline

Get comfortable being uncomfortable….

We hear these words so much now in our culture. In fact they are so cliche now that I doubt the people saying them really even know what it means.

I don’t really even know what they mean.

In fact, these words may only be reserved for those few individuals who risk their lives for something they believe in and are constantly on the brink of death.

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So you want to do a GORUCK: How to prepare and gear up for your next GORUCK Light

So you want to do a GORUCK: How to prepare and gear up for your next GORUCK Light

I wasn’t ever going to sign up for a GORUCK, mainly because I thought, what the heck for, if I want to go Rucking, I can just throw a backpack on and go walk a couple miles. Same thing right? NOPE.

I am part of an awesome community group for men called F3I didn’t really even know what rucking was until I got involved with them.

At its core, it is loading a ruck pack with weight (typically 30-60#) and walking long distances at a fast pace, typically to reach a target destination (Specific Coordinates) by a set time.

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Spartan Habit #3: Eat Dinner with Your Family

Spartan Habit #3: Eat Dinner with Your Family

Spartans understood Camaraderie. When soldiers worked close together, slept together, and ate together they became a more cohesive unit. Individualism was accepted in the confines of a "TEAM" mentality.

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Spartan Habit #2:

Spartan Habit #2:

We look at it as suffering and doing something difficult. For them, it was just what they did, it wasn't hard or difficult. It was a way of life.

So yeah, you might be Spartanesque for a weekend, or a Saturday afternoon. What are you doing the rest of the week. What is your life speaking? What is your skill?

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The overwhelming predictability of Fear and how it controls our lives

The overwhelming predictability of Fear and how it controls our lives

Fear is a normal part of life. We face it every day in one form or another. It could be a college student who is afraid of failing a test to pass a class. Or maybe it’s an elementary kid afraid of the bully at school. Or a person on vacation to the Grand Canyon, who is scared to death of looking over the edge. Maybe it’s a person who moved to a new city and they don’t know anyone.

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