⚡️What are you doing today to live a better life tomorrow?
⚡️Incremental change creates big long term growth.. we here at RU Investing believe that the things you’ll learn from us will lead to the change necessary to live a better life.
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1 5610:59 PM Aug 1, 2018
How do you know what you don’t know? You know what you do know; so everything outside that is stuff you don’t know... If you can be humble, profess ignorance when you should, and gain wisdom and perspectives from other people .. then you can effectively learn things you didn’t know and learn more of things you didn’t know before. 👌👌😎🤑
2 505:52 AM Aug 1, 2018
Visiting for the day 💪💪 socal_powerlifting
1 862:05 AM Jul 31, 2018
Powerlifting and fitness journey looks like this. Entrepreneurship journey def looks like this.
What this signifies is being able to change course many times as needed. You are doing something, you stay committed to it for a while but then you learn or experience some new things, and then you change course.
You change course like this many, many times but continue to hopefully progress in an overall positive direction upwards. And then one day, a long time later, people call you rich or successful or strong or great or whatever else.
But you just keep focusing on that gradual steady growth over the days, weeks, months, years. Something like that. 😉😎🔥
1 872:51 PM Jul 30, 2018
According to Steve Jobs.. you choose one or very few things to focus on and say no to everything else. No to all other projects, and no to all other areas that are separate from the one or few on which you have chosen to focus on.
Interesting approach; Apple is very successful .. and this approach is why they have so few products but some very successful ones. Hmm... 🤔🧠👌
1 822:35 PM Jul 30, 2018
I can really relate to this !!! Legend🔥🔥
3 1109:18 PM Jul 29, 2018
Sometimes you’re put in a situation where you can either succeed or fail and die. And in those situations you jump off a cliff and either learn to fly on the way down or you don’t.😠☠️👊
1 499:15 PM Jul 29, 2018
What I’m listening to this morning ❤️☠️🔥😎👌
1 413:06 PM Jul 28, 2018
Repost powerliftingmotivation jeremyhamiltonswife 6 years in I’ve found this to be true for me. There aren’t any shortcuts, quick fixes, or easy ways to get results. You just gradually put weight on the bar over months and years. It’s the only way to consisntently keep getting stronger💪
1 692:57 PM Jul 28, 2018
So cool, I think this is like the coolest thing ever !!!
1 3861:28 AM Jul 28, 2018
Everyone wants to grow stronger fast, and be strong as quickly as possible. But when looking back at your life, you’ll rarely regret growing too slowly, if you still grew. If it helps your odds of getting there: then why not get there a bit more slowly and patiently.
The tortoise beats the hare; growing slowly allows you to not get hurt, not mess up bad, and to almost for sure be able to finish. Most businesses fail, most Powerlifters get injured, most relationships don’t work out, because everyone tries to do things too quickly and not slowly.
It’s a lesson for myself too. Nothing wrong in taking your time if you’re still making progress and growing doing it. Who knows, by doing it slowly, you may find you get to enjoy and experience it all a lot more! 😊
2 6312:39 AM Jul 28, 2018
I like the sport of powerlifting because it teaches that hard work builds character. It reinforces training instead of reinforcing instant gratification.
We live in an age of instant gratification today where if you want to get something you can get whatever it is pretty instantly. If you don’t know something you can instantly look it up; if you want some result or reward you can pay for it and typically get it right away.
But hard work is critical, it’s underrated, and it’s something that is timeless. The character built from working for your rewards and earning the fruits of your labors, is something that is timeless and that can’t be replaced by time or technology or anything else.
So keep working hard, keep training, keep putting work in and earning everything you get. When you earn it, it does last a lifetime; you can build the skill of it and have the return of it for the rest of your life at that point. 🙂 (And this is the true difference of learning to fish vs. being handed or given a fish every day; when you struggle and work hard and take risks to try and learn to fish, it’s hard at first. But once you learn, and you get the skill, then you have it and can get fish much more easily than everyone else, for the rest of your life.)
1 257:08 PM Jul 26, 2018
Bill Gates was asked in an interview about his work ethic.. he confessed to the interviewer “honestly I’m pretty lazy; I always just try to find a smarter way to do things”. work smart + work hard = a winning recipe 🧠💁♂️🔥
1 673:28 PM Jul 25, 2018
1 443:08 PM Jul 25, 2018
Better to be misunderstood than to be the same as everyone else. 🧠❤️😠
1 433:00 PM Jul 25, 2018
Not a bad way of thinking about things👌💪
1 443:14 PM Jul 24, 2018
I’m still hungry 🦁👊😠
5 545:24 AM Jul 23, 2018
I think that good time-periods in your life, are a very critical time to prepare for when times won’t be good in the future.
You can be wise and modest during these times, and save and prepare for future times when things may not be as good as they are right now. What do you guys think? 🙃👊
1 475:14 AM Jul 23, 2018
Words to live by🦁
2 432:17 PM Jul 22, 2018
From my modeling shoot for Calvin Klein!!! (Not really) 😎😈🙃😗🔥
1 756:55 AM Jul 22, 2018
What aren’t you doing right now that you should be doing? 🤔🧠🔥
4 665:04 PM Jul 18, 2018
I want to live by this. I’m not done yet; am just getting started👊
2 515:03 PM Jul 15, 2018
A lot of the time I question whether I’m doing the right things at all in the gym or in life. But then I remember that the number one thing is simply consistency.. and that if I’m consistent, I’ll be much further ahead a year or more from now than I am today. 👍
3 517:42 PM Jul 8, 2018
The once hungry underdog gets lazy and complacent with success. This is why it’s important to keep going back to the drawing board and keep reinventing yourself. What got you here won’t get you there. And you have to become the underdog again, become hungry again, to even stand a chance of succeeding again and reaching new heights and horizons one day.🌠🦁👌
1 307:02 AM Jun 24, 2018
Arnold at 16. We all start somewhere; never forget where you started.💪
1 498:41 PM Jun 22, 2018
Create a dent in the universe, leave a mark on the world. Just by being you. 🦁
1 558:35 PM Jun 22, 2018
Shed the skin off of who you were yesterday to become who you will be tomorrow🦎🔥
1 254:03 PM Jun 21, 2018
I can really identify with this. Thoughts? 🌊🌑🍃
1 426:45 AM Jun 20, 2018
When the lights come off, are you still shredded? 🤔😈
1 569:49 PM Jun 16, 2018
No filter; starting to get good at this ish
😉😏🥩🌶🔥 can I be on master chef yet? 😂
2 742:37 AM Jun 16, 2018
495x4 power shrug. 👊
Shrugging in the curl rack; revenge against guys curling in the squat rack? Maybe haha 😉
2 725:16 AM Jun 15, 2018
This is one of my favorite quotes; I think it really applies to powerlifting and applies to life in general .. and whatever field you are in.
Whatever you are doing gets comfortable after a while and it’s then that you have to change and do something you don’t want to, or are afraid of, or something that feels uncomfortable but that forces you to grow.
I don’t want to be the strongest, or the smartest; I want to be one who at each key moment adapts to change ... and constantly works to become a better version of myself. I think that’s a worthy and meaningful goal to have.
1 465:06 PM Jun 14, 2018
Never forget where you came from .. especially if you are somewhere much further today than when you started months or years ago. 👊❤️