As I mentioned in my last post about Performance & Looks there are really just two things that matter… Performance & Looks, duh! The things that don’t matter can’t be stressed upon whatsoever. Everything in your life needs to be organized and outsourced properly in order to perform at your best.
I organize my life around my work and outsource anything that gets in my way.
If you’re sitting around spending hours each day on stupid things you’re never going to get better at your craft. You need to be come an absolute master of your craft and outperform everyone else.
Grant Cardone is my idol by the way!
What he talks about hits home for me every time he opens his mouth. One thing that I always know when I’m feeling lonely, down or depressed is that if I turn on some Uncle G I’m instantly going to be reinspired.
Off-stage you need to ignore the following things because they don’t matter:
Imagine never laying on the couch again. How different would your life be? Picture yourself in a world of constant motion. The only rest you’d have is the 5 minutes in the sauna after a long show.
My daily schedule:
5:00am – wake up, shower and put on my gym clothes
5:30am – workout for 2 hours
7:30am – powernap
8:00am – work on new routines for 3 hours
11:00am – physical therapy & sometimes a massage (still haven’t eaten anything)
12:00pm – Eat & Meet with the show staff
1:00pm – goat work (practicing gymnastic moves)
4:00pm – get ready for the show (if there isn’t a show, do a simulation)
7:00pm – dinner with the cast & crew
9:00pm – my time for the next 0-30 minutes (however long I can stay up)
That’s my life… everyday. People think that fame is everything it’s cracked up to be. Maybe that’s true for a rapper, but for a performing artist like myself it’s much different. Fame isn’t everything. Sometimes I wish that I could just relax on the couch and binge watch netflix for whole day.
Check out the video below. I actually know these girls. I don’t think they sleep. (ever lol)