Boring, average, complacent, mediocre. These are all terms we’d like to think don’t describe us but the reality is, most of us live our entire lives this way.
We don’t ever break out of the ordinary and, even if we wanted to, it’s difficult to know how to do it.
My friend and guest today, Mr. Tommy Baker shares with us to push the boundaries, make rapid and lasting changes in life, and resist the average that tries to take hold of us all.
“Everyday we are reborn and we have the chance to change ourselves.” Tweet That— Tommy Baker
My guest today is Tommy Baker. He grew up in both South America and in the Northeast United States.
Moving back and forth while growing up playing sports, he noticed he a lot of differences between the performance of athletes. This led him to investigate ways to train the human body efficiently.
Optimizing training, nutrition, and recovery became Tommy’s focus. In turn, he experimented with many types of each on himself, as well as prescribing them to his clients. Tommy has mentored and worked under the best coaches in all disciplines of strength and conditioning and blends his program according to the individual.
He’s got a whole slew of credentials which I won’t get into here -you can check those out on his website. At the end of the day Tommy’s goal is to inspire, motivate and create powerful results with people’s physical body to act as a catalyst to improve all other areas of life.
“As we grow up we start to minimize that flame of curiosity.” Tweet That— Tommy Baker
What You’ll Be Learning
- What does it mean to be average and mediocre
- How to continue to push the boundaries
- How to maintain consistency in the actions that make you successful
- How curiosity will keep you from complacency
- How to get your mind right for growth
- How to make rapid and lasting changes in your life
“At the end of the day, it’s now what you do but how you do it.” Tweet That— Tommy Baker
Link and Resources Mentioned
“At a minimum you have to have a belief that you can change your beliefs.” Tweet That— Tommy Baker
Connect with Tommy Baker
“Full effort means full victory.” Tweet That— Tommy Baker