Fact: Most of us severely underestimate our capabilities.
What you’re actually capable of doing is massive compared to what you think you’re capable of doing.
We live in a society where we’re trained to fear failure, avoid discomfort, and seek instant gratification.
But here’s where most people get it wrong: “Going One More” can’t just be a one-time thing.
The fact is, one more hour of work on your business…
one more sales call…
or one more mile on your run…
Isn’t going to have a significant impact if you only do it ONCE.
I’m sorry, but it just isn’t!
You see, the real key to achieving something extraordinary is to
“Go One More ” each and every day.
It’s about making it your mindset and lifestyle.
Whether it’s an extra set at the gym…
An extra chapter you read…
Or an extra hour you spend on your business…
The only way to achieve greatness is to “Go One More” on a regular and consistent basis.
When you do, that consistency compounds and snowballs.
The magic starts to happen.
You start to see massive growth.
That’s how I grew Bare Performance Nutrition past 8 figures after years of barely breaking even.
That’s how I passed Ranger School after failing multiple phases.
That’s how I successfully ran a sub 3 hour marathon after years of prioritizing strength over endurance training.
And that’s how I continue to improve my business, body, and life every single day.
“Go One More” isn’t just a catchphrase or a tagline.
I’m the Founder & CEO of Bare Performance Nutrition, US Army Infantry Veteran, and Author of “25 Hours A Day”.
My biggest passion in life is helping people reach their greatest potential.
I launched Bare Performance Nutrition after taking out a $20k loan while serving as an Active Duty US Army Infantry Officer.
After years of hard work while the business was struggling,
I was able to grow Bare Performance Nutrition past 8 figures.
One day while running 18 miles in preparation for a marathon, I realized the reason I was able to do this, along with every other major thing I’ve achieved in my life, was because of the “Go One More” mindset.
In Twenty-Five Hours A Day, I share the lessons I learned while building my business as a member of the US Army. I grew that business to seven figures by flipping the switch and going all in—then breaking that switch so I could never go back. Now, I want to help you transform your life by embracing the suck, living like you’ve got an extra hour, and harnessing the power of the “Go One More” mindset. By applying these simple lessons, you’ll radically improve your chances of success.