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Don’t Die Without Exploring

What Your Body Is Truly Capable Of

The truth is that you probably stopped learning and practicing new physical skills sometime in early childhood – you crawled, you walked, you ran, you jumped… then what happened?

If you’re like most people, you sat down and started working.

Since you’re reading this, there’s a pretty good chance that you’d like to make some improvements in what your body is capable of, which is an amazing coincidence, because that’s exactly what we teach!



There is an old saying, "Everybody wants the good life, but not everybody gets the good life... The more you learn, the more you earn!"

This saying also applies to being able to move with little to no restriction and to move without unnecessary pain. Here we say things like the more you move your body in new ways the more your body will allow for more dynamic movement.


This is true.. because when doing new things with the body there is stress involved that the body will strategically and eventually adapt to, so long as it is stress that can be handled. This stress is positive reinforcing stress... and it is the kind of stress that makes our bodies grow stronger just as much as it will with anything else in life that we want to gain promotion in.


Think about it... Our body becomes temporarily weak from purposefully dancing salsa all night, or from doing purposeful squats at the gym, or coming from a purposeful run outdoors. The reason why our bodies are weak from these activities is because through these activities, the body undergoes levels of stress.


The body goes through a deconstructing phase, which leads to feeling fatigued, increased thirst, , and increased hunger. Our bodies muscles, bones, and cells are damaged when the activity is over, and  our recovery instincts become activated.


The recovery instincts activated create demands like consistently breathing deeply, drinking plenty of water, eating the bigger plate of food in moderation, not worrying about anything, and sleeping enough to wake up naturally 6-8 hrs. All of these instinctual demands present during or after the workout are everything that's required in order to recover and reinforce the areas that are damaged in the most quickest, natural, and simplest way possible. Hopefully this opens more understanding on good stress applied to developing the body.

Now negative reinforcing stress is...

-When the ship wears out faster on the harbor than the ship would sailing the high seas

-When the plane stays parked

-Griping, complaining, and moaning




Our collection of principles, thoughts, and sayings has grown over the years. The problem now is that when I try to refer back to all this wisdom, the list has become too long and too hard to sort through.

I narrowed the list down to a more manageable number. 

These Steps came from the teachings of powerful and famous people like Bill gates, Charlie Munger, Peter Drucker, Gandhi, and my personal mentors. Some are from my own personal experiences as an entrepreneur and from in-person meetings with some of the greatest minds around the globe.

These 67 Steps will be your guide to avoiding the pain of a wasted life.

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