Tuesday April 10,2012
Strength: Push Press 5x5x5+
WOD- (previously done on January 18th)
Challenge: 150 abs full range of motion any combination
The most beneficial commitment I made as a young high school student was to have a mentor. From the age of 13 I have been meeting with mentors as a regular rhythm of my life. Many of these mentors have been a formal commitment including a meeting time, place, and curriculum. We were meeting for a purpose and with a goal in mind. Some other mentors in my life have had no idea that I was gleaning powerful direction from their words. These people are indirect mentors. They are authors, pastors, and business men who share their insights with the world through various avenues. I believe both direct and indirect mentors are essential for every person.
Who do you admire? How are they speaking truth into your life? Who is challenging your ideas?
Approach a direct mentor today and begin to listen. Open up your bag of ideas, challenges, and convictions to this individual and be open to critique.
“Mentoring is a brain to pick, an ear to listen, and a push in the right direction.” John Crosby