Tuesday, March 3, 2015

How to Overcome Plateaus in Life and Business



Every day when I wake up I do everything I can to make FTF better, to add more value to the world, and to help more people. 

It's straight up frustrating when things seem to plateau despite the hard work of everyone involved with FTF.  This happens in the pursuit of any big goal we have. 

"The key is overcoming the plateau is not only to keep working with 100% effort but also to change what we are doing until we figure out what works." 

Anyone in business knows of the constant struggle to reinvent yourself or your brand to always seem fresh and exciting.  

Those who succeed keep working to survive the tough times, and adapt to apply the optimal actions that will push us forward! 

- Pete

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How to Deal with Negativity



Hear the negativity around you but don't listen to it.  The only affect we should allow negativity to have on us is to provide fuel for our battle to achieve our goals. 

Two of these battles, the battle for money, and the battle for muscle (to get in better shape) are two that I see and read about everyday.  They are also the inspiration behind our newest design pictured above. 

"Money & Muscles, Earned Not Given."  Be a warrior for the things you want to accomplish.  Bring your A-game all day, everyday.  Money (success) and muscles are out there for each of us...But we have to EARN them through good ol' fashioned hard work! 

-Pete

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Sunday, March 1, 2015

How to Live Life with No Regrets



It sounds morbid, but sometimes I'll imagine myself on my death bed (hopefully many years from now) and imagine what I want to think when I look back at my life. 

I want to look back and say I lived my life the way I wanted to.  

I want to have taken my chances for the things I believed in and wanted to accomplish.  

I want to have helped as many people as I possibly could as much as I possibly could. 

I want to look back and say I was a good man, a good husband, son, and father. 

With these thoughts in mind I come back to where I'm at now and let them guide my actions until that day comes! 

Do this exercise yourself to figure out what actions you need to take to live the life you want to...

-Pete

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