Kill Or Be Killed

April 28, 2020 2 min read


You think nature gives a shit if you think everyone deserves to “win”?


It's kill or be killed.

The success food chain is no different.

The strong/skilled/dedicated thrive...the passive others struggle to survive.

You may think you’re choosing not to compete...but you’re still in it regardless.

Cry, whine, and pout about how it’s not's irrelevant.

You ARE part of the proverbial food chain of success whether you like it or not.

The biggest difference in the success food chain as opposed to nature is you have a choice.

In nature, you are born a Grizzly Bear, or a rodent, and that's with it.

In the success food chain, you may be born a rodent, but you can become a Grizzly Bear over time...and it does TAKE TIME...BUT you have the choice.

You can choose to become the Grizzly Bear.

You can choose to have discipline.

You can choose to invest in personal development.

You can choose how to spend your nights & weekends.

You can choose to surround yourself with the right people.

You can choose to go the extra mile for others.

You can choose to persevere.

You can choose to take pride in the details.

You can choose to bring value to EVERYTHING & EVERYONE you come in contact with.

You can choose to be enthusiastic.

You can choose to take initiative to do what needs to be done.

You can choose to accept responsibility for yourself, your situation, and everything around you.

You can choose to be a lifetime student of success.

You can choose to execute day in and day out.

You can choose not to cut corners.

You can choose to DO THE WORK.

You can choose success.

You have a choice.

You are in competition whether you asked to be or not.

Ignoring/denying/refusing to acknowledge those facts is the same as choosing to be a rodent.

Your ACTIONS make that choice for you every single day.


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