It’s a new year (2017)! Traditionally, when a new year comes around people make resolutions, decide to make a change of some sort in their lives, set goals of monetary accomplishment, weight loss, among many others. And it’s a great thing. Change for the better is great. Our ambition is the proof of this.

But, you know the story. people make these goals for the new year and start off on a high point with determination. Then weeks or months pass and that determination is dead. All the motivation dies down only to end up at the same place as the last year, “swimming with the sharks” – the sharks that keep you paralyzed from accomplishment. Round and round the cycle repeats every year.

Why does this cycle seem to inevitably happen? There are many reasons. One of those reasons is knowledge. Most people don’t know how to change. Humans are naturally habitual. Our brains like to be efficient and to be efficient subconscious habits are created.

So, the question is, “How do you change?”

To out swim the sharks of resistance of growing you must learn what it takes to change first. This is what this blog is all about.

In the early 90’s, from the movie “The Karate Kid”, Mr. Miyagi said, “Ambition without knowledge is like a boat on dry land”. That quote encapsulates the reason why people fail in achieving their goals.

I invite you to come here and change your habits, thinking, and mindsets so that you can finally change your life, reach your goals and stop your likeliness of being like everyone else stuck in the annual repetitive cycle.

Learn to “out swim the sharks” – the naysayers, adversities, and obstacles by learning and using the knowledge shared on here.

I’ll see you soon and hopefully often…

-Kevin, Out Swimming The Sharks