DISCLAIMER:I feel that it's honorable to mention that the inspiration for this program came from Andy Frisella, a serial entrepreneur and public speaker.
Are you looking for a program to challenge yourself not only physically, but mentally and financially as well? Do you struggle with self progress and staying on track with your goals? Does it feel like you’re living Groundhog Day?
I want to start out by saying that this program is 100% FREE.
Do me one simple favor, and spend the next few minutes reading through this page and then ask yourself if you’re ready to finally make that stride to cut the strings from the puppet master and take over your life for good.
This program will change your mindset from “I don’t have time” or “I can’t” to “How can I?”
As humans, it’s so easy to fall into mediocrity and coast through each day, each week, each year - over and over again, like a broken record. Here we sit, unhappy, unfulfilled, and wondering what our purpose is. Bottom line is, life is all about decisions. Life and its decisions come down to two very simple choices: DO or DO NOT. Meaning that if you aren’t sure whether or not you should commit to eating better, get up off the couch and go to the gym, start that business you’ve been thinking about, or even ask your boss for a raise, tell yourself you have a choice to make: DO or DO NOT.
Oftentimes we are faced with difficult decisions every single day and sometimes the “correct” choice isn’t clear. Let’s say, for example, you can’t decide whether or not you should make a career change. Despite your choice and its outcome, you learn from it and move forward. No more “I should’ve done this” or “If I would’ve done that”. There is an old saying that the 3 best investors are WOULDA’, SHOULDA’,and COULDA’.
During these next 29 days we are going to THINK different, ACT different, and BE different. Break the mold of social mediocrity and enter a life of better well-being and full of wealth.
If you are sitting there telling yourself now is not a good time to start because of this and that thing, that's your biggest problem.
During my 29 days, I had a charity golf tournament, a three day member-member golf tournament at my country club, two weddings, a five day visit to Florida to surprise and celebrate a friend's birthday, followed immediately by seven days in Wyoming for my best friend's wedding (I reside in Pennsylvania).
I could've easily waited until after these events, but what followed were another bachelor party weekend, a four day golf trip with my buddies, and another wedding.
I chose 29 days for this program for a few reasons. For starters, it’s my favorite number. The number came from my Pap, who was a respected and successful livestock business owner with a passion for Sprint car racing (which was the number on his car). Despite being an extremely busy man, he attended most of my sporting events growing up, and this meant a lot to me.
The other reason is that unlike every other plan, program, or challenge out there, this one is going to be different. There is nothing I despise more than the idea of becoming an average Jane or John Doe. My philosophy is simple: if everyone is doing the same thing, chances are it’s the wrong approach.
Let’s take investing as an example. Most people and especially most financial advisors, will tell you to diversify your portfolio. Truth is, this is what everyone does and you can’t become more than average by doing average things. Take it from the Father of Value Investing and The Oracle of Omaha themselves, “Diversification is a protection against ignorance.”
I knew it was time and I was ready to challenge myself and commit to the next 29 days. I was not going to let ME beat ME.
I feel your pain...
I fell victim to mediocrity and I know there are others out there that have fallen into this pit as well.
I struggled with accountability, discipline, and planning, letting myself mindlessly float through each day, waiting for the clock to turn 5 PM and thriving on the "weekend warrior" persona. I’ll be the first to admit that drinking and going out on the weekends is a great time, but hating your life Monday through Thursday just to wait for the weekend to roll around again is the worst feeling in the world.
I was halfway through my Junior year of college, working on my software engineering degree, when I realized that if I remained on my current path and don’t get my sh*t together, I wasn't going to graduate. The thought of letting my family down and going from the first male college graduate in my family to the first male college dropout was sickening.
Failure was NOT an option.
The #1 reason to begin is to prove to yourself that you control your destiny.
Screw the Joneses, we control our success and we're going to get it.
If you fully commit and dedicate yourself, I promise you will...
Get in serious shape.
Increase your mental toughness.
Overcome your fears of failing.
Increase your net worth and tenfold your retirement value.
Make a leap in your career and be proud of your work.
Make new connections.
Be more productive.
Increase your financial intelligence.
Learn to become accountable for your actions.
Become mindless of your past failures or missed opportunities.
Have 100% confident in yourself.
I just started a new diet or training program.
This program fits alongside any diet or training program. Whether it be intermittent fasting, cutting, bulking, keto, powerlifting, HIIT, bodybuilding, etc. It doesn't matter as long as you don't cheat on them like you have in the past.
I have a[significant event or some other bogus excuse] coming up.
Excuse time is over. We're done with them. Remember, I had 2 bachelor parties and several vacations during my 29 days. These events just made the outcome of my success that much more rewarding.
I don't golf.
If you're not a golfer, fine. Include another daily or weekly goal for a sport you enjoy or better yet, give golf a try. I think you'll love it.
Can I substitute[some other task]for one of the 29 Dayz tasks?
Absolutely... NOT! This is half your problem. I hate to admit it, but it was my problem as well. The only substitution you get is for hitting 500 golf balls per week (as mentioned above) and adding your own daily streak. We've had a few people shoot 100 arrows per week, shoot 100 baskets per week, etc. The idea is to become a better athlete in your sport. Besides that, nothing in the task list can be replaced with something of your own.
What if I fail?
No biggie, we just pick back up on Day 1. Don't be disappointed in yourself, we learn the most from our failures. Accept it and move forward.
I haven't worked out in forever and I'm out of shape.
This just means you're more ready than ever. This program's main purpose is to build mental toughness and discipline. No one cares or judges if you're out of shape, but if they do then they can go fly a kite. The thing that I love seeing the most is someone who is clearly lacking in physical appearance, pushing themselves in the gym to become better. Our brains are our strongest muscle and most of us barely exercise it. Get tough, dig deep, screw the haters, and I promise you you'll never look back.I'm Ready!