Step by Step

Similar to my Sunday Newsletter, today’s blog post is about taking the small steps required to get to your objective in life. You cannot just wake up one morning and expect to have accomplished the goal be it setting up a business, finishing that garden project or writing a book. The process is about you taking the journey to get there, and not expecting another person to do it for you, cause you ‘deserve it’.

The process is about you taking the journey to get there, and not expecting another person to do it for you, cause you ‘deserve it’.

Yes, you may have struggled to get going before now, but the second-best time to start anything is right now. If you don’t start now, in 3 years, you will be saying, “Why didn’t I start this 3 years ago”. Starting does not mean you need to jump 100% into it either, starting now could be just to read up around the particular area, or watching a few YouTube videos. The key is to start small and keep consistent, Rome wasn’t built in a day.  

Find out how to implement the philosophy of Progressive Overload in you life.

Check out the books that may get you going on your journey!

Food for thought.

Till next time, Stay Stoic,

SSC

3 books you need to read now!

Book 1: Weight Room Wisdom: Lessons In Leadership From 99 Strength Coaches

Fantastic book from the legendary strength coach Dan John. This book is made up of stories from 99 of the best S&C coaches in the world. Written to inspire and motivate both coach and athlete. It is broken up into mini metaphorical and personal stories that can be read over your morning coffee.

SSC Top Tip: Read one chapter per day, it is a straightforward read, and you could do it over one sitting, but I feel you will take more away if you take your time and focus on one per day.

Book 2: Atomic Habits: An Easy and Proven Way to Build Good Habits and Break Bad Ones

In recent times I have read many books on habits and habit change but is by far the best out there. James breaks it down to small, manageable chunks for you to digest, which links to how he shows us how to attack this area of our lives. James explains it is not about making significant changes, but tiny ones and then building on that.

SSC Top Tip: This book is very practical, so implement the ideas as you read the book. Don’t just read the book through and put it all into practice at the end. Implement it as you read along.

Book 3: Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life

This Is the debut book from the minimalists, two best friends who walked away from six-figure salaries and started to focus on what is essential in life. After life-changing events, Josh and Ryan discovered minimalism, which allowed them to remove all excess things in their lives.

SSC Top Tip: Check out their Documentary on Netflix along with reading the book, as it helps the reader a greater picture.

Books for thought.

Till next time, Stay Stoic,

SSC