I have always had an obsessive characteristic and at 16-17 years of age, before being equipped with discipline and strength of character, I was seduced by the thrill of gambling, fast money and alcohol. What followed was a period of carnage spent in and out of institutions, jails and rehab which was fuelled by a skewed and warped value system. I managed to cultivate a narrative of myself as being a hustler and shrewd operator. All about the angle. All about the money.
After all, when you stand for nothing, you fall for everything.
Today I have been invited to share my story, on how to become the best version of yourself, on The Culture of Things (TCoT) Podcast, a platform used to discuss all things culture, leadership and teamwork across business and sport. The focus of my conversation with Brendan Rogers, host of The Culture of Things, is the art of self-mastery and our discussion includes my journey to rebuilding and mastering my mind, body and spirit in order to achieve peak performance in all areas of life.
This self-analysis has led me to establish Ultra Habits. After realising I have successfully moved the big levers in my life, I am now channelling my energy into looking at the importance of the minutia in our daily lives. Yes, everyone wants to look at the sexy big picture stuff, but ultimately, the secret sauce is in the minutia and tweaking the small things. Click here to uncover how small things, done regularly, really do make a big difference.