Winners don't rest on a single success. They celebrate, then move on to the next challenge. They keep grinding.


Edited by: @benlionelscott
Spoken by: Andy Frisella, David Goggins, Eric Thomas, Tim Grover
Footage by: Erin Evon, Everlast, Filmpac,, Peter Coronato, Postal Pictures, Evolve Studio, M Skibiak, NBA, Ross Plummer, Soy Bueno, Archer's Mark, Axel LAUHON, Filmpac, FYB.TV, Todd Martin
Music: Ninja Tracks - Lost in Time


There's many, many people in this world that will find themselves in a situation that they feel comfortable. The worst thing that can happen to a man, is to become civilized. "I'm 43, I've done so much, I'm not getting cold anymore, I'm retired." You start making money, and you start to believe this sh*t. You lose that fight, you lose that "Why the f*ck am I doing this sh*t? I'm good." You ain't good man. You ain't never f*cking arrived. Some people don't have longevity. Some people eat, and they eat, and they get satisfied. They eat, and they chill for 3-4 months. Hunters, every time we accomplish something, we're looking for the next one. We're not eating to get satisfied, we're eating out of necessity. I don't ever want to get to the place where I feel like I made it. Because when you still feel like you're trying to reach something, you keep learning, you keep reading, you keep studying, you stay hungry. Wins don't shock winners. They aren't amazed when they got a win, anymore than Michael Jordan was amazed when he hit a game-winning shot. That's what he expected, that's what we focused on, that's what we acted to do, that's what we worked to do, and because of all those things, we expect to win every time. It's the process, the constant challenge to get there, again, and again, and again, is what drives these individuals. Everyone talks about, "We want to be legendary." You want to be iconic. Don't settle for legendary. The greatest of all time, the Tom Bradys, the Michael Jordans, the Kobe Bryants of the world, they might celebrate hard, but they don't celebrate long. Come Monday, come the next morning, they're back at it. They're focused, they're undistracted, they're driven, they're enjoying the wins, but they're not over celebrating them. And that's what makes people great, and that's the attitude you have to have toward a single victory if you want to make it a lifestyle, and a lifetime of winning.

Fri, 12 Apr 2019
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