I once had the pleasure of jumping out of a C-130, at night, from 1,000 feet. I always prided myself on hitting virtually near perfect PLF’s. That night it didn't happen. Sometimes, despite your best preparation, something happens to surprise you, and basically you fall flat on your fourth point of contact.
Please allow me to apologize to all of our followers, friends, and allies for me not keeping up with weekly blog. There is no excuse. At West Point, the very first day, and for the entire first year, you are only allowed to speak when spoken to, and when spoken to, you can only reply with one of four answers, “Yes Sir, “No Sir”, “Sir, I do not understand”, and “No excuse Sir.” In truth, there was only one correct answer and it was always, “No excuse, Sir.”
A week into my journey to HEALTH – I have failed miserably. Not really – I am crushing it! I have crossed over the “can’t change creek,” and although I can’t say I have momentum yet, and can’t say I have new mental or muscle memory, and can’t say I have a new organized routine, and – I guess, can’t say much actually, I have managed to drag my behind into the gym, have eaten pretty well, hydrated way more, worked on relationships, and am still standing!
Finding the Balance - A CEOs Return to Health & Fitness.
“The time is always right, to do what's right.” It has been over five decades since Dr. Martin Luther King spoke those words, and this week, his words particularly impacted me. I decided the time was right, and the time was now, to stop being hypocritical and undisciplined and to take action within my personal life to be aligned with what I profess our Company stands for.