Fiero & friends…

Remember, friend, it’s a fine line between eustressed out and you stressed out.

Your mindset matters. See the challenge ahead as just that, a challenge designed to make you better. Don’t allow your mind to make it more. Keep working the problem and chipping away at it. It won’t be long before you’re gonna be throwing your hands high in the air, not unlike the victorious grappler or the gymnast who just stuck her landing. You see, hard fun produces an important emotional benefit – it’s called fiero. Fiero is what you feel when you triumph over a worthy challenge. Universally, humans raise their arms high over head and yell when experiencing fiero. Wouldn’t if feel mighty fine to experience more fiero at your place of work? You can, you’ve just got to focus your mindset. Good.

This week, tell yourself to enjoy some hard fun when facing your challenge. Don’t let you mind make it more. Chip away. Baby step into it. You’ll see. Hard fun is good for you. See how much better that sounds than hard work? Good. Today, riding up Sherborne Hill, I didn’t raise my arms high and yell, but I kinda felt like it. The boys and I had just polished off 37 minutes laughing while pushing, pulling, planking, and followed it with 97 minutes spinning around the Powell and Delaware country roads. It wasn’t hard enough for fiero but it was just what we wanted. However, this afternoon sitting with Grappy and my girl, Miss, I’m counting on seeing some fiero from my favorite team of gymnasts. And, who knows it just spark a sense of fiero in me. Fiero, you see, can be caught from your friends. Yeah, baby…

Your mindset matters, friend. Nothing like focusing on your teammates and loved ones to get your mind right too. You see, fiero ain’t the thing if you haven’t got a friend. And, there isn’t much better than seeing the ones you love getting all fired up. Fiero & friends. Good…

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