December 17

Garrett’s Experience With The Program


Video Transcript - Rough

So my name's Garrett. Um, I had a really good experience with the program. Actually, I, it was about week three where things really started to shift for me. Um, beforehand I was really quiet and not confident in myself. I really wouldn't talk to people about what I wanted, especially if it conflicted with their ideas.

And now, I mean, it's not even a problem. Um, I can ask for what I want without being too aggressive. And I realized it's not that much of a deal. I mean, with procrastination even I would kind of run away from my problems, sorta lay in bed all day, maybe smoke, drink, watch TV or YouTube for hours on it. And maybe game when I went through the program though, that's when things were really, really good.

I ended up selling my PlayStation and that was huge one for me. Although the biggest one, I think, was adding extra things, adding extra. Appointments to my time. So I had too much time on me, so I had to come up with more things to take up my time. And so after I got a gym routine, I started reading consistently.

I got to say, yeah, it's, it's pretty easy. I mean, I don't have too many things outside of me that are taking up my time. It's a lot of self-development, but I do, I would say it's much better. Um, That's thoughts in the content. So they were pretty good. There was some that seemed to kind of draw out for a little while, you know what I mean?

But I think it's important to drive those ideas kind of, I lost my line. Uh, I think it's important to drive those ideas home. So having them repeated to you over and over again is kind of what reinforces it in your head so that you're not just looking at it and ignoring it. And so I remember it, like I said, in week three, when I ended up creating vision and saying what I want to do with my life, it was a lot clear to me.

And I didn't really waste too much time after that. I did dip pretty hard, but, um, I came back and I'm like before my, my dips could have been a month at a time, but I never really stopped doing what I needed to for over a week, which is. Crazy to me now I'm thinking about it. I would say now things are really good.

I mean, every once in a while, I'll dip for a couple of days or I'll forget to do something, you know what I mean? It happens, but if everything's going well, I have my schedule planned out and I'm journaling every day, then I'm basically unstoppable and I really can't. Thank you enough for it. So thank you.

If you procrastinate, I want to speak with you.