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My Joruney to SAS: Who Dares Wins Update














After being woken up at 3am in the morning its safe to say I'm actually exhausted, but that's just life. I have an extremely long journey ahead and an extremely busy week ahead with exams, trading workshop and travel back to the USA. Whilst 2 hours to spare in the airport I decided to start tackling my weekly content for the following week.


When achieving any goal it's vital to be honest about your strengths and weaknesses. One of my strengths is my ability to study. To prepare my brain for what is to come. Considering in 2019 I nearly got a spot on the show, but my brain knew I wasn't ready. I couldn't lie to myself especially when I was doing the bleep test. It was horrible to hear the negative voices in your head, but it all came down to I just wasn't ready. I didn't even know what SAS stood for.


Now I have my goal determined for 2020 I'm tunnel visioned. So every week I am listening to a SAS related book per week. Books of the list are the following:

- First Man In

- The Fear Bubble

- Can't Hurt Me

- The History of the SAS

- SAS Survival Guide

- SAS: Rouge Warriors

- The Easy Day was Yesterday


Every morning as well I listen to 30 minutes of SAS video's to get used to people shouting at me and rewiring my brain to accept it. I've always had a problem with bad attitude and I won't let this get in the way on the show:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c4oTm126IHQ&list=PLyEkyde7Uu_Ps5941ZKBd0m_FhubV8ncS


Also, 30 minutes of David Goggins whilst I visualize and hit my step goal:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cuutcvdt2Xc&list=PLyEkyde7Uu_ORAiFbmKApmbsMJDNXKPoS


What audible's are you going to listen to in 2020?


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