Bored? Go Visualize!

Today I’m bored,

I’ve got my workout done and completed my 7th workout in 9 days and 6th consecutive workout at the gym today.


I know I have a long way to go before I am where I want to be in life.

I’m not jacked,


I’m not rich.

So I’ve got my work cut out for me.

In between workouts and work I need to do something productive.

Enter visualization!

Visualization is a pretty easy process,

You imagine your life as you want it to be.

EXACTLY how you want it to be.

I will visualize myself,

• Jacked

• Rich

• Having great friends and company

• Training hard and smart

• Winning hockey games

• Eating at the best restaurants

• Being a millionaire

• Dating hot girls

• Having a great girlfriend when I decide to settle into a relationship

• Helping other people succeed

• Paying it forward

• Acing life

My visualizations are meant to,


What the mind repeatedly thinks will become real.

I’ve envisioned success for YEARS!

7 to be EXACT.

And what do I have to show for it?

Nothing yet,

I wasn’t really serious until recently.

And sometimes you have to allow success to ruminate for years before you feel inspired enough or ballsy enough to act.

But I said fuck it,

After 7 years of thinking about it – I’m now focused on doing whatever the fuck it takes to be successful.

I’m visualizing DAILY!

Sometimes for HOURS!


Because I want success as badly as my lungs want air.

I want to prove doubters wrong.


I want to prove myself right!

My goal is to be one of the best fitness freaks and billionaire badasses to walk the planet.

I will stop at nothing less!

I’ve been on the bus for 20 minutes writing this, and when I get home I’m going to visualize.

I will send the ball to my subconscious in the visualization and tomorrow when I wake up my subconscious will send the ball back to me in the form of,


Inspire your subconscious and your subconscious will inspire you.

But it stars with you,

So enjoy your visualization session and see yourself winning and grinning!

Until next time,

The man,

Angus Baynham-McColl

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