Whether You Say You Can or You Can’t You’re Right

Hey, everybody. Ron, with Lone Star Barbell here. Quick message today. About to get busy out here. And I just wanted to come to you real quick and tell you guys, encourage you guys to start believing that you can. There’s a lot of people out there, they’re going to tell you that you can’t. Your own worst enemy, in my case especially, is your own head, your own mind telling you that you can’t. So start believing that you can. There’s an old saying that says, “Whether you believe you can, or you believe you can’t, you’re right.” So if you believe you can’t, you’re going to make it happen. If you believe you can, you’re going to do the same thing. So from my world, if you want to lose that 20 pounds, you want to put 25 pounds on your bench press, whatever the case may be, whatever your goals may be, start believing that you can do it. That you can get the job done, that you can make it happen. You’ll be a whole lot closer to that goal just for changing the way you believe and believe that you can make it happen.

And anybody in your life that’s constantly filling you with I can’t or you can’t, hard decisions need to be made sometimes. And family is one thing. Many times you can’t cut family out. But if it’s someone who’s constantly telling you that you can’t or telling you why you won’t be able to, then I would say maybe having that voice in your head, it’s something you want to look into getting rid of. And if you can’t get rid of it, at least to understand what or where it’s coming from and who it is and just don’t listen to it. Start paying more attention to what you say and less attention on what other people say. So get out there and make it happen. Believe that it’s going to happen and then do the work to make it happen. All right, guys? Stay with it. Keep training, keep working, and we’re all going to get this job done together. Take care, guys. We’ll see you soon.

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