David Goggins

Can't Hurt Me

Madu Ndour
Madu Ndourhas quotedlast year
The most important conversations you’ll ever have are the ones you’ll have with yourself. You wake up with them, you walk around with them, you go to bed with them, and eventually you act on them. Whether they be good or bad.
Nurgul Tokzhanova
Nurgul Tokzhanovahas quotedlast year
You are in danger of living a life so comfortable and soft that you will die without ever realizing your true potential
Smira Rao
Smira Raohas quoted2 years ago
Very few people know how the bottom feels, but I do. It’s like quicksand. It grabs you, sucks you under, and won’t let go.
Blessing Munhawa
Blessing Munhawahas quoted2 years ago
You cut corners and you are not gonna fucking make it,”
Smira Rao
Smira Raohas quoted2 years ago
“Out of every one hundred men,” he wrote, “ten shouldn’t even be there, eighty are just targets, nine are the real fighters, and we are lucky to have them, for they make the battle. Ah, but the one, one is a warrior…”
Inge  Nørregård Meyer
Inge Nørregård Meyerhas quoted2 years ago
if you audited your schedule you’d find time for more work and less bullshit.
Анжелика
Анжеликаhas quoted2 months ago
So I sought out pain, fell in love with suffering, and eventually transformed myself from the weakest piece of shit on the planet into the hardest man God ever created, or so I tell myself.
M
Mhas quoted3 months ago
developed an obsession for learning.

Over six months I went from having a fourth grade reading level to that of a senior in high school. My vocabulary mushroomed.
jelena
jelenahas quoted4 months ago
Denial is the ultimate comfort zone.
Nurgul Tokzhanova
Nurgul Tokzhanovahas quotedlast year
For almost two years straight I’d been taking pain to the extreme and coming back for more
b9888715281
b9888715281has quotedlast year
Once you’re in the heat of battle, it comes down to staying power. If it’s a difficult physical challenge you will probably have to defeat your own demons before you can take your opponent’s soul. That means rehearsing answers to the simple question that is sure to rise up like a thought bubble: “Why am I here?” If you know that moment is coming and have your answer ready, you will be equipped to make the split second-decision to ignore your weakened mind and keep moving. Know why you’re in the fight to stay in the fight!

And never forget that all emotional and physical anguish is finite! It all ends eventually. Smile at pain and watch it fade for at least a second or two. If you can do that, you can string those seconds together and last longer than your opponent thinks you can, and that may be enough to catch a second wind.
Thomas Mejia
Thomas Mejiahas quotedlast year
glossy surfaces reflect much more than they reveal.
leolion20
leolion20has quotedlast year
60 percent right away or all at once. The first step is to remember that your initial blast of pain and fatigue is your governor talking. Once you do that, you are in control of the dialogue in your mind, and you can remind yourself that you are not as drained as you think. That you haven’t given it your all. Not even close. Buying into that will keep you in the fight, and that’s worth an extra 5 percent. Of course, that’s easier read than done.
amerae vercueil
amerae vercueilhas quotedlast year
So I sought out pain, fell in love with suffering, and eventually transformed myself from the weakest piece of shit on the planet into the hardest man God ever created, or so I tell myself
Smira Rao
Smira Raohas quotedlast year
When you want a bonfire, you don’t start by lighting a big log. You collect some witch’s hair—a small pile of hay or some dry, dead grass. You light that, and then add small sticks and bigger sticks before you feed your tree stump into the blaze.
b8596111107
b8596111107has quoted2 years ago
The bad hand that was my life was mine, and mine alone to fix.
4x
4xhas quotedyesterday
Heraclitus, a philosopher born in the Persian Empire back in the fifth century BC, had it right when he wrote about men on the battlefield. “Out of every one hundred men,” he wrote, “ten shouldn’t even be there, eighty are just targets, nine are the real fighters, and we are lucky to have them, for they make the battle. Ah, but the one, one is a warrior…”
b2850618313
b2850618313has quoted3 days ago
Why are you doing this? What is driving you toward this achievement? Where does the darkness you’re using as fuel come from? What has calloused your mind
b2850618313
b2850618313has quoted4 days ago
Remembering what you’ve been through and how that has strengthened your mindset can lift you out of a negative brain loop and help you bypass those weak, one-second impulses to give in so you can power through obstacles.
b2850618313
b2850618313has quoted6 days ago
when you have no confidence it becomes easy to value other people’s opinions, and I was valuing everyone’s opinion without considering the minds that generated them. That sounds silly, but it’s an easy trap to fall into, especially when you are insecure on top of being the only
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