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Super U Podcast | Achieving Your Goals | The Focus Project #16

This audible clip from Erik Qualman’s #1 Bestselling book The Focus Project covers how to replace bad habits, food triggers, and how we can increase our chances when it comes to reaching our goals.

5x #1 Bestselling Author and Motivational Speaker Erik Qualman has performed in over 55 countries and reached over 50 million people this past decade. He was voted the 2nd Most Likable Author in the World behind Harry Potter’s J.K. Rowling.

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Achieving Your Goals | The Focus Project #16

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“Some of us might be joining a gym for the first time with the desire to shed a few extra pounds, while others are trying to complete their first ultra-marathon with one’s health like most aspects of life, the key to progress is setting a goal and mapping to it. A tangible goal would help break my rut, I’d fallen into the bad habit of not setting goals for my workouts. I’d been going through the motions. It was just me and the weights or the hotel elliptical machine. Having played team sports most of my life I missed the camaraderie and social interaction that these teams’ sports bring. After much consternation, I landed on the following number one be able to do 100 pushups straight no stopping. I wanted a tangible challenge at six-six and six-seven on a sunny day with long arms and a 37-inch sleeve. My body is built for sports like basketball, rowing, and swimming. It’s not built for snowboarding being a jockey or doing a lot of push-ups. On a good day, I could probably complete 40 half-ass push-ups in a row. So to get to 100 would be challenging. Number two playing a tennis League. While a volleyball league will be much more team-oriented. I knew with my travel schedule, I could not be a reliable teammate. I played basketball in college, but in high school, I was on the tennis team and I wanted to pick the sport back up. As a bonus, we could learn to play tennis together as a family. I decided to join a tennis league to meet and compete against other players. If time allowed, I could also team up with someone to compete in doubles matches. Know thyself know that weaknesses.”

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