You may be wondering “What in the baked beans is it now?”
I am joining forces as a Creative Assistant for Coach Dayne Gingrich and his 1% Mindset Movement!
Who Is Coach Dayne?
Dayne is a Christian who wants to help other athletes and non-athletes to realize their full potential. We met on Twitter and connected because we have the passion to inspire others. Dayne exploded on Twitter with his 1% Mindset message with this video:
After a video like that, I was hyped!
I wanted to find out more about him and his story. I found a touching recount of his struggle and how the 1% Mindset became alive. You will want to watch the second video. Check out the video here .
We tweeted some more with each other and Dayne even graciously offered his services to do a voice-over if I ever decided to do another training video. So we decided to pursue teaming up with each other and he offered me to become a creative assistant after I gave some suggestions and creative ideas he could do to reach others.
Look for more brighter things to come and new projects since I am part of the 1% Team. Thank you for reading and I hope you will continue to stay updated here on the latest news. 🙂
P.S. May I ask two favors from you? If you don’t mind (and even if you do. 🙂 )
- Go and like Coach Dayne’s Facebook Page here and tell him Strong By Choice sent you. 🙂
- Follow Coach Dayne on Twitter here.
Thanks again for your support!
Excuses are the nails used to build a house of failure. ~Don Wilder and Bill Rechin
What if today was your last day on earth? What would you do differently? Here is a video of a survivor who reflects on the possibly of dying.
What about you? What are you going to do differently today? Post your comments below. 🙂
Impossible not to feel your eyeballs sweat with this video. Re-blog if you believe in fitness.
Thank God It’s Monday! – Here is Eric Thomas ready to kick Monday off. Make it a great day!
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Former heavy-weight boxer James (Quick) Tillis is a cowboy from Oklahoma who fought out of Chicago in the early 1980s. He still remembers his first day in the Windy City after his arrival from Tulsa. “I got off the bus with two cardboard suitcases under by arms in downtown Chicago and stopped in front of the Sears Tower. I put my suitcases down, and I looked up at the Tower and I said to myself, ‘I’m going to conquer Chicago.’ “When I looked down, the suitcases were gone.”
Today in the Word, September 10, 1992.
Writer’s Lesson: Always keep humble before God because He gives you the talent to write and to use your ability to glory Him.
A man never lowers himself more than when he tries to lift himself up. – Charles Spurgeon
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I’m sure as a writer you have lofty dreams, right?
Author Jey Corder explained about his dreams as a scribe on his blog. I can totally understand his disappointment. You can pop over there to see his thoughts on the luscious dreamy world of writing success vs. reality.
For me, this will be a confessional to you…no, I don’t like to use that word.
Let me be transparent.
I have really messed up bad.
Let me explain. Continue reading