Date: Wednesday November 18, 2020
Location: Donut Shop – Oak Park
YHC is leading the QSource discussion on the Daily Red Pill. (Q point 1.1)
In order to Get Right, a man has to choose whether to take the Red pill or the Blue pill … whether you prefer an Alice in Wonderland or Matrix reference; the blue pill would have allowed Keano’s character to continue living ignorant, but with the red pill choice also comes the harsh reality that brought him into the matrix.
As leaders, we make a daily choice to accelerate our fitness, relationships and faith because we know if we attempt to coast, we are actually decelerating.
Make the choice to join us in this discussion. Wed. 11/18, 6:30a at the Donut Shop AO. Bring a chair and some questions.
You can find the reading here : https://f3nation.com/q/drp/
11/18 F3 QSource : Q1.1 – DRP
The Daily Commitment To Accelerate Fitness Fellowship And Faith
Pax : Bronco, Fogger, Kodak(QIC), Linus, RA, Rossy
– Can a man accelerate himself without help?
– Why do Leaders need self-control?
– Are choices a good thing?
Theme : A man must turn Pro to Get Right
The first disturbance the Disrupter makes in the life of the Mascot is to elicit Commitment. To Get Right, the Mascot has to Commit to actual Movement, not just its appearance. To obtain proper personal alignment, he must stop seeking to seem and determine to be. He must decide to turn Pro rather than continue life as an Amateur.
The HIM (High Impact Man) constructs his Routines through the process of Bricklaying. Each individual Brick is a singular positive Habit that is light enough for him to carry and place together with other Bricks. Conjoined, the Bricks become a Routine that form and build his Guardrails.
– Acceleration requires daily Commitment
– The decision to Accelerate is done in solitude, but the act of Accelerating is done in multitude.
– Acceleration only requires movement today that is marginally faster than yesterday
In closing – great conversation today w/ guys sharing moments where bells were rung – when they realized the benefit of a Shield Lock or when they recognize certain habits that negatively affect the day, their guardrails. Through proper bricklaying (positive habit development, not a single NewYear’s resolution), we can build stronger guardrails … the stronger the guardrail, the faster we drive.