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Chronic Warrior, the Battle for Hope
For the year, I’ve buried myself in what you could call “success literature”, “mindset” topics, and “greatness”. I’ve began to surround myself with people who are highly motivated, and highly successful, in either the financial arena, in life, in relationships, or all of the above.
Posted by Nate Ohlson at November 20, 2015 5:22 pm | No Comments »
Today is one of those days where I walk in the gym, get a warm up in, spend 30 minutes in the bathroom…and leave the gym.
Posted by Nate Ohlson at November 4, 2015 5:51 pm | No Comments »
After my first set in the gym I knew I was in for a rough one. Every set after that was a struggle, my whole body felt fatigued. My gut had me in the restroom half a dozen times over the course of the workout.
Posted by Nate Ohlson at October 15, 2015 12:37 am | No Comments »
“Don’t think about what might go wrong, think about what could go right”
Today I was 100% determined about one thing. To be consistently positive.
Posted by Nate Ohlson at October 14, 2015 1:44 am | No Comments »
Today I started something I like to call #180in180. A 180 degree life turn around in 180 days.
180 degrees?? Really? Anyone who knows me would say I’m a nice guy. I’m fairly fit, workout regularly and eat decently well. I’m not an alcoholic or addicted to drugs. I make money, I’m not totally broke, and not in debt up to my eyelids. Hell, I even have some money in investments. I even have a chronic illness that I’m not on medication for! Most would look at my life and say “hey you know what, for what he’s been through, he’s doing ok!”. I absolutely agree, I’m “ok.” And OK is absolutely the problem.
Posted by Nate Ohlson at October 13, 2015 4:16 am | No Comments »
THIS IS GOING TO BE A GOOD DAY.
It has to be.
Your eyes flick open. Sun pours through the window. This is going to be a good day, it has to be. Only six bathroom trips last night, not bad. Smiling slightly, you sit up slowly on the edge of the bed.
Posted by Nate Ohlson at May 11, 2015 10:22 pm | No Comments »
My mother died when I was 14. Before then, I didn’t know how much the human heart could hurt. But I was still too young: a boy that age is not designed to cope with that level of trauma. So I did what most young boys would do. I buried it.
Posted by Nate Ohlson at April 16, 2015 10:30 pm | No Comments »