How to Automatically Achieve Your Full Potential (In Any Area of Life)

Lately, I’ve been getting back into boxing.

I’ve boxed for 10 years and used to do it competitively. But I recently started practicing again not because I want to compete, but rather I want to stay in great health and fitness.

Now, you might think this is a bit crazy, but I actually started training with my boxing school’s “fight team” every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 7am.

Why would I do something like that? Even though I have no plans to compete or do a match?

Find out in today’s video, and see how you can use this same strategy to automatically achieve your full potential in ANY area of life you want!

Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • A powerful concept I’ve always believed as long as I can remember
  • What boxing has to do with achieving your full potential in ANY area of life you want
  • Why I’m practicing with the fight team 3x per week
  • How to apply this simple technique in your own life
  • And more …


Robert Call

I took action this week to join a local REIA group. It may be a small step in the big picture,but one step at a time is still better than none.




very nice,…go ahead!


Great experience thanks for sharing . I also try to continue to challenge my self .i will soon be 63 years old and found putting myself in situations that challenge me and around those that are younger smarter ect recreates the natural human growth hormone . I believed that and then heard my idea repeated by a author who wrote a excellent book staying young forever or die trying .great book but he confirm ed my belief . Thanks for the letter have a great moment , Daniel


This is great share. One thing that you said and is very important is that we need to surround ourselves with people who already achieved what we are going for. Not the ones that are on the same journey as we are.
My decision is in regards of surrounding myself with coaches that already are achieving results that I’m looking for. It’s easy for me to create peer groups with people on the same level but quite challenging to provide value to people on the much higher level. Thank you James for guidance.


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