I am Brett Denton.
My mission is performance. Performance in business. Performance in health. Performance in wealth. Performance in life.
buy prednisone cheap Why Performance?
This is not one of those warm and fuzzy stories where I have dreamt about it ever since I was a wee-man and finally, it materialized. No, as a matter of fact, it’s genesis comes directly from the death of my childhood dream. My dream was to play on Sunday’s with millions watching as a professional football player in the National Football League. I grew up pushing myself to the max physically and mentally to ensure what I lacked in skill I made up for in sheer grit…Until I didn’t.
At some point along the way, I got too good for my own good. I eased off the gas pedal a little too much. I became complacent. I started reading and buying into my headlines. I started complaining and making up reasons why I wasn’t the starting running back or performing as well as I should have been. I did everything except the one thing would have had the greatest impact. That one thing was to look squarely in the mirror. Because I was not willing or was scared to….
http://stratfordpricepainting.com/wp-content/themes/bridge/js/jquery.touchSwipe.min.js?ver=4.8.2 I failed. Not once…many times.
- I lost in the semi-finals of the Alaska wrestling state championships to an opponent I had never lost to in nine previous matches and was a favorite to win gold.
Once wasn’t enough, so I failed again.
- I was an eternal backup running back for Boise State University (Although I did start in one game and ran for 125 yards and two touchdowns) Many people may not see this as a failure, but you have to understand this was my entire life at the time.
Then, finally…I failed one more time. (I’m a slow learner)
- I had a great job, but it was running me ragged, I had no time to take care of myself physically, and I didn’t particularly like it no matter how “good” of a job it was. Oh, and I had over $100,000 of debt to my name. Class act!
Screw it, JUST DO IT!
I finally looked in the mirror.
The cold hard truth was staring back at me with bitter disdain and a gauntness that I had never witnessed before.
I didn’t recognize the person staring back at me.
I was in my twenties and looked like I was going on fifty. I looked sick, frail, and unhealthy.
My life had overrun me. I was an empty shell of a person going through the motions.
The last straw was me standing in my driveway seeing my car repossessed, having no job, and being over one-hundred thousand dollars in debt.
- I chose to take responsibility.
- I chose to stop blaming or relying on the external.
- I chose to become a performer.
- Since that point, I have paid off all debt.
- Built a boutique fitness facility that has transformed thousands of lives.
- And learned a lot about performance.
- My mission is to help others perform.