THE ROY STORY CONTINUED – ABOUT DISCIPLINE AND WHY YOUR 100% ARE SO IMPORTANT FOR ME
Every time when I am walking down the street in Schwabing and a member passes me and waves her hand or says hello, to them it is a simple greeting. For me, I guess it is like a medicine, therapy or a wake up call. A strong reminder to be amongst people. Even though I am happiest when I am alone.
As a young boy my life was consumed by/with sports. I became my lessons in life through sports. It was not until I entered the army that I began to take part in life I would say. It was in the army that I first lived for long periods of time with other people. As a young boy, by the age of 10, I was traveling so much with sports that I am not so sure if I ever really lived with my family. Well, maybe not so extreme, but enough. The army however, if you are familiar with it, is a world of it´s own. Some of the military bases have a bigger population then many cities and small towns. The lifestyle, the regulations and the way of living is also very different then that of the so called normal world. This I would definitely discover after leaving the army.
So that I can keep this part of the Roy story short, I will just say that the two biggest differences I immediately noticed is the lack of discipline and the desire to be good at what you do. It was hard to deal with after playing college football, being in the army and being someone that possesses these attributes naturally. Even today it destroys me when I am around people that lack these attributes. I want to scream when I am around someone that does not want to use the energy they have in their bodies.
This is what I want the most for my SYPC ladies. That they realize that although they do not feel they are a sport animal, the animal they do have inside of them, has something called energy. Use it!!!!
Your 100% today is either more or less than what it was yesterday or what it may be tomorrow, but use your 100% today.
Also, never let others keep you from your goals. I sacrificed and made bad decisions myself because I chose to make others happy, rather then going forward with my potential and I suffered internally for it. I know it is hard, but never stop using your potential.
I want SYPC to be a place full of energy and a place that women can realize just how much energy they have inside of them. Stop making excuses. Life begins at the end of your comfort zone. Whatever your 100% looks like, give it. And give it every day.
P.S. This photo 🙂 ….sometimes it is still Roy military style