“You can’t put limits on anything. The bigger you dream, the farther you get.” – Michael Phelps

What most people see is Michael Phelps holding up his arms after an Olympic win.

What I see is a decision he made back in 2012 when he had the option of taking the easy way out — retire as the greatest Olympic champion of all-time, or do it again.

To put his body and mind through hell for another four years seems crazy for most. As he realized (and shared with the world), it almost broke him.

His return back to the Olympic pool wasn’t built on roses, rainbows, and unicorns — it was born from one simple decision: “I have more in me!”

My question for you … do YOU have more to give? Are you settling for average, for mediocre, for the easy way out?

Do you feel greatness inside, but are hesitant to act? Do you need a push – a match to light the fire, and a rock solid blueprint to stand upon?

Are you in need of a stronger emotional purpose that will allow you to battle through the struggle, doubt, and pain? What’s it going to take for YOU to show the world why you were born?

 

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2 thoughts on “Do You Have More To Give?

  1. Ann 1 year ago

    Back on 2010 I made a decision to complete an Ironman but I didn’t want to just complete it. I wanted to give it my all. So I decided to train like a professional. In the four months leading up to the Iron Man I train like a beast. I’ve never given so much in my entire life. I say this not to brag but to help you understand what I mean. I finished that race 1.5 hours faster than my goal time. The results were great but what it gave me to give it my all was a sense of what I can do. It wasn’t easy but giving it my all in that way helped me to see just what I have on other areas of my life.

    1. Dayne Gingrich 1 year ago

      Thank you for sharing that with us! What an amazing example of raising your bar and sacrificing for it. Keep me updated on everything else that mindset has affected. Thanks again!!!
      Dayne