OPTIMUM MINDSET + OPTIMUM FITNESS = YOUR OPTIMUM LIFE

"I am your partner on your journey to achieving your optimum mindset, fitness and happiness".  

 

THE MINDSET AND FITNESS COACH

   

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Name: Dwayne O. Wright

My message to you: Hello my over 35 tribe, if you are stuck in a mindset that is limiting your drive and motivation to get and stay fit, lead a healthy lifestyle and be as happy as you can be, for the rest of your life. You now have a friend and partner in Dwayne O. Wright, who will ride with you on your journey.

You have it in you, even if your mind is telling you otherwise. You are special and unique, even if others have been making you feel less than yourself. You are beautiful even if no one ever told you so. You will be fit, healthy and happy with a great with a great mindset, because life is too short to be otherwise.

Mission: To help men and women over 35 years old optimize their mindset and optimize their bodies to live a fit, happy and healthy life...forever!

Motto: Look at life like it is, and not what you want it to be.

Aim: To permanently change, for the better, at least one life a week all over the globe.

I approach life from an angle of reality and common sense, and not a fad. I pay attention to what works for you, and not whats popular. I coach you from your prospective and not mine. 

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If you are ready to start living an optimum life, enter your contact information below to request your free consultation with me. This session will give us a chance to see where you are, how I can help you, and if we are the right fit for each other. It will be fun and effective. Lets do this!

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THE "I SHOULD" MINDSET VS THE "I MUST" MINDSET

 

Have you ever sat on the couch on your day off, feeling lazy and tired, and kept saying, I should get up and do something. What always happen? You turn the TV on, think about everything, and by you know it, it's 5 PM and nothing gets done. The reason is, when you "should" do something, there is no urgency to it. Even though you know the importance of whatever you would like to get done.

Sometimes our "I MUST" has to be stoked by circumstances. For example your gas light comes on in your car. You know you can get an extra 20 mile after the light comes on. You kept saying, I should put gas in the car, but you kept driving anyway. You lost track, and your car starts bucking. Now your I should turns into I must put gas in my car.

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