An honest video… I wanna quit!

I didn’t want to film this video. I don’t like to admit I’m struggling or feeling weak, but I want to be as real as possible in how I conduct myself in life and in these videos…

A lot of people on Youtube/Blogs talk about their achievements or about how cool everything is going in their life. I’m one of them, right. 

Well, in this video I want to be honest and open about my struggles on creating my online course over the last 2 weeks. 

In this video I discuss:
➢Why I felt like quitting
➢Why I didn’t
➢How I’m moving forward

I hope you find some value in it. So here goes…



*This video was inspired by Chris Moore, from Barbell Shrugged and Barbell Buddha. He sadly passed away on Monday 6th June, at the age of 35, doing what he loved. 

Thanks for keeping me company during my 9-5 lunch breaks, and for sharing your wisdom on living a better life. 

Link to Barbell Buddha Podcast:
http://barbellbuddha.com/about-my-dream-come-true

0 Comments

  • Felice Pazzo

    Reply Reply 10th June 2016

    Thanks for sharing FFBF … particularly poignant for me as I'm currently starting on "The obstacle is the way".

  • Huw Davies

    Reply Reply 13th June 2016

    You're very welcome Felice! I've heard that's a great book too. Enjoy!

  • Very honest of you Huw, I bet it was good to talk about it and get it all out there in the end?

    That's sad news about Chris Moore. I'd not heard of him but just did a bit of reading up and he sounded like a top notch bloke. Off to listen to the buddha link now, thanks for highlighting that.

    All the best and good luck with getting the course out on time!

  • Huw Davies

    Reply Reply 15th June 2016

    Hi TFS,

    Thank you for that. Yes, it did help to be honest about how I feel. I'm not comfortable in hiding how I feel. I'd prefer to be honest in all occasions, even if it appears negative or weak.

    Yes, it is sad. I've just starting watching his most recent video on Barbell Shrugged. I found watching him on film and listening to his voiceover very sad, but I'm sure he'd be very proud of what he's been able to do. There aren't many people that feel they've achieved their dream. Hugely inspiring!

    Thank you again for the well wishes!
    Huw

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