ACHIEVING THE IMPOSSIBLE WITH JEREMIAH BROWN
I’d like to ask you to stop what you’re doing for a moment and think back to four years ago, early in 2016 (if you’re listening to this in 2020). Do you remember where you were? What you were involved in? What goals or aspirations you had?
Does that four years ago seem like a long time ago…or almost yesterday?
No doubt much has happened to you in four years. In fact, I’d be willing to bet that not only did you do a lot in those years but you probably could have done a lot more, if you were focused, committed and uber purposeful about what you wanted to create or acheive.
“The number one question I get is How did I not quit?“
And if you think that four years is not a lot of time to achieve something big, then you’re about to have your beliefs blown up big time!
Today’s guest is someone who has redefined what is possible in four years.
As you’re about to hear, back in 2008, at the age of 22, Jeremiah Brown was feeling that his dream of being a champion athlete was fading.
That is, until he flicked on the TV and watched athletes that looked just like him – same age, size, physique, complete on the world stage at the Beijing Olympics.
Something clicked in Jeremiah that day and he embarked on a remarkable odyssey to push, test and will himself to Olympic glory just four years later. And just so you really get the level of amazing, he had never even participated, let alone competed, in the sport he chose to pursue. He had to learn it all from scratch.
Whether you have fitness goals, business goals, life goals or Olympic goals, I hope you soak in the story and lessons from Jeremiah of how to make the impossible a true dream come true.
Enjoy the conversation…
“Anyone who wants to achieve something big needs a coach.”
“Combine your passion and hard facts to develop a strong belief that it is possible.”
What we cover in this episode:
- The number one question people ask Jeremiah
- How self-doubt is inevitable but not your limitation
- Why DECISIONS are so important in pursuing a major goal
- What keeps you going when you want to quit
- How the mind craves boundaries
- How to deal with the inner critic
- Why being prepared to fail can help you cope with uncertainty
- The importance of having a plan
- Big goals are likely to be harder than you think