Welcome to PGFRACING - stop messing up! Our source for a better life by changing our minds and learning exactly how to do that in a sweet and not so easy process. If it was easy everyone would be successful right? Step 1

We are what we repeatedly do. How to form good habits and get in to a routine that will reward you nicely. It's easy to say we are going to do something it's a whole different ballgame to actually go out and do it. Step 2!

If we are waiting for that perfect moment to get started on our goals, news flash it ain't gong to happen. There never is a perfect moment there is only now so don't wait to take a risk and go for your dreams. Take Step 3!

Life isn't easy and it may not always seem fair however the rules are setup by the creator and you have just as much opportunity as the next gal or guy. Your level of effort "HARD WORK" and your strategy is the game. Four!

Stupid or being a fool maybe fun up to the point of depression, broke and lonely, so "GET WISDOM" ! Study, take notes, soak it in and apply it. Teach it so you really know it. Stop doing the same thing over and over!

Become an expert and bring value into other peoples lives. Stop serving ourselves and serve others and help them out with their problems. Provide a solution and value that they can not deny but paying a good reward.

If you completed day one and you came through on your promise then congratulations you've made your first step in creating a better life. For me personally I choose to do zero carbs for 24 hours while somewhat of a challenge I did have enough food in the house to complete the challenge so I knew I could come through. It was just a matter of as Nike says "Just Do It". So I was successful and am weighing in around 237 pounds from a high of 250 pounds. I haven't always been doing zero carbs, but have been wanting to get healthier so have been doing OK to good when it comes to eating, not a habit yet. Which brings us to day two: "We are what we repeatedly do or often referred to as habits." If your anything like me I say I don't want to have a boring life and be in routine by always doing the same thing. Really this is an excuse not do the right thing.

So yesterday on day one we had a challenge for 24 hours. The goal was to build some self confidence. Let me ask, did we feel better in the morning or when the twenty four hours were up? I know I did. This confidence can lead to building some discipline, routine, habits, repeating what we do, or scheduling. The easiest and quickest way is to start scheduling our day into 15, 30, 45 minute or 60 minute chunks. After sixty minutes take a five minute break at least and do some deep breathing and stretching for a minute to five minutes.

With scheduling we want to set our days to repeat at least three to six days a week. Let's take a day off for rest and work six days a week. Also it comes in handy to set a repeat and set an alert to remind us or prompt us to take action. I shared a glimpse of my schedule as I've just started working on mine. I wasn't perfect I got up around 4:40AM this morning, basically because it was the first night of me trying to go to bed early and wake up at 3:30AM.

It took me a couple hours longer to fall asleep then had hoped for and with the short sleep today I should be closer to my waking schedule for tomorrow. It's about progress and taking one step in front of the other.Don't wait schedule our three repeating habits that we can do every day, if we can't do three commit to one that we know we will come through on and do no matter what. Read More

"Whoso loveth instruction loveth knowledge: but he that hateth reproof is brutish." Pro 12:1 (KJV) in PGFRACING words 'IF YOUR WILLING TO LEARN YOU'LL GO FAR, BUT IF YOU WON'T STUDY OR ACCEPT WISDOM FROM OTHERS BE PREPARED TO BE POOR IN LIFE AND MONEY!'

Need more then check out the 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey on Amazon

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People - Stephen R. Covey - iBooks