Fifteen Spartan Rules
Here are fifteen Spartan rules to apply to your everyday life:
Number 1: Do not return from a challenge having not given everything.
Number 2: Only consume plain food and never eat to the point of satisfaction. This will not only bring a leanness for competition but also foster a mental fortitude.
Number 3: Seek out intense competition.
Number 4: Every person should undergo a physical or mental trial.
Number 5: Speed, strength, and agility are less essential than stamina, grit, endurance, and courage.
Number 6: Accepting death will allow you to live more courageously by unshackling the mind from its limitations and brings forth true potential.
Number 7: Do not engage in gossip, only engage in conversation that will nourish and strengthen the spirit.
Number 8: Fight for a good cause, use every ounce of your being to push that cause further and do not be afraid to defend it.
Number 9: Surround yourself with people who are ruthlessly devoted to becoming their greatest selves.
Number 10: A leader does not watch on safely from the rear.
Number 11: Continuously introduce yourself to difficult situations where you are forced to either sink or swim.
Number 12: Partake in structured, organized, and well-respected training programs, ensuring you see them through to the finish.
Number 13: Refuse to be a victim of circumstance. Learn to be self-reliant and prepared for any situation.
Number 14: Find ways to implement short bursts of discomfort into your daily life. This will ensure growth and prevent you from falling into sloth.
Number 15: Dedicate yourself to perpetual physical training, regardless of circumstance and feelings.
From RedFrost Motivation
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Terry is a sought after speaker who believes in the power of a story to motivate, inspire, and help others lead their uncommon and extraordinary lives. By combining his eleven-year cancer journey with his diverse business, athletic coaching, and hostage negotiating expertise, he delivers compelling yet relatable presentations for conferences, on-line events, panels, meetings, and seminars.