“I’m the hardest human being that God ever made.”
“I don’t care if it’s true or not; it’s the most important conversation to me. It’s the thing that drives me every day.”
For anyone else, this could easily be considered hyperbolic.
But when it’s a veteran Navy Seal, previous pull-up world record holder and ultra-endurance phenom, you suspect there might be something going for repetitive self-talk.
I look at the video folder on my computer and see one lonely recording.
Despite promising myself that I’d start making videos to accompany my articles, there’s only a single rough edit to show for my underwhelming effort.
Starting a YouTube channel is just one of many projects I’ve planned and then abandoned over the years.
Emotions surge like waves.
One minute you’re riding high, cresting euphoric stomach-lifting happiness, while the next moment you’re down in the depths, surrounded by claustrophobic walls of depression and unable to escape.
Such sensations are merely two sides of the same coin and universally interdependent, a yin and yang of necessity…