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We write about the truth. There is too much information available. Sorting through the piles of misinformation takes a life-time of effort and it also takes experience. We provide both. Our content is simple and easy to understand and use. Whatever you aim to do, you must ensure that your starting point is conducive to long-term success. Start here.
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We are obsessed with peak performance. That translates to optimizing the components of your life that will enable you to consistently perform at your best.
Our site if for anyone looking to become better. Personal and professional development is the cornerstone of success. The constant and unending search for knowledge empowers that vision.
Subscribing to The Outwork Way will produce a well-rounded specimen, one who is ready and able to conquer the world.
Mindset (Psychology). This will always be your primary tool.
- Adopt a Growth Mindset: The Key Ingredient for Success
- Mindset: The Pursuit of Excellence
- The 40% Rule to Overcome Mental Limits
- Why I Read a Book Every Week
- The Mind is Primary by Gym Jones
Discipline (Character). After establishing a steel-enforced, unbreakable mindset, taking action becomes the most important thing that someone seeking success can do. Persistent, deliberate, audacious action is king. Too much learning can become a knowledge trap. Too much planning can lead to paralysis. Do the thing and you shall have the power. Building character goes hand in hand with action and success; not willpower, think workpower.
- Outwork Book Club: The Slight Edge
- The Common Denominator of Success by Albert Gray
- How I Forged an Unbreakable Mindset in 30 Days
- Zero to Hero: The Accumulation of Daily Habits
- No Zero Days
Business (Entrepreneurship). You should always think of yourself as an Entrepreneur. No matter your capacity, you are always in the business of yourself. You can either expand and grow that business, or you can let it falter into the microeconomic mass of medocrity. We strive to talk about business in a holistic context; how to take notes or how to dominate the world.
- Robert Greene’s Infamous Notecard System
- Why Quality is Important
- The Only Thing that Matters for an Entrepreneur
- Outwork Book Club: The Millionaire Fastlane
- How to Dominate the World
Physical Preparedness. Strength & conditioning, functional fitness, physical culture, hypertrophy (building muscle): it must all be considered. A person’s expression of their physical traits is vital to success. It goes beyond health because your physical well-being impacts everything else that you do.“Things like muscle tension, what we eat, how we breathe, our posture, our overall level of biochemical functioning, all have a huge impact on our state. Internal representation and physiology work together in a cybernetic loop.” – Tony Robbins
- The Foundation of Physical Development
- Nutrition’s Million Dollar Question
- How Theodore Roosevelt Became a Barrel Chested Badass
- CrossFit for General Physical Preparedness (GPP)
- On Exercise Selection
Motivation. Build your momentum into an unstoppable force.
- Victor Herman: The Unshakable Belief of Invincibility
- 5 Ways to Master the Game
- How to Win Forever
- Reinventing Yourself
- The Strenuous Life
Leadership (Influence). Leadership is influence. Influence is manipulation (in some way). It seems sociopathic or rather unscrupulous; it is not a very nice thing to consider. But it is the truth. We are tired of the standard leadership babble that fat, old guys love to emit. A leader is someone that is constantly looking for leverage.
- The Outwork Book Club: Presence
- The Best Leadership Speech Ever
- Simon Sinek on Leadership
- Outwork Book Club: Start With Why
- 10 Myths of Leadership
Lifestyle (Opinion). A Hero becomes a hero through a journey that forges the qualities of character that would not have otherwise come to fruition. No one is born a hero but anyone can become one. Your lifestyle (environment) is the crux.
- A Day at the Onnit Academy
- Cam Newton on Social Nonconformity
- IF: Muhammad Ali
- How to Get Over a Breakup
- Why It Pays to be a Winner
Action is King but Philosophy is Queen.
A true champion of work must first become a champion of knowledge. Our commitment to the written word is only surpassed by our commitment to putting those thoughts into action.
We look Onward and always in the Pursuit of Excellence.
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