What are my goals? How do I plan to accomplish them?
I have always been extremely competitive, in any parts of my life. When I was younger, I put the effort into sports. Nowadays, I put it into all types of parts of my life.
I started bodybuilding a year ago. I workout every day for about 2 hours and I stick to a specific mealplan with every single meal. But, that’s not all I do…
I am a full-time student enrolled in 19 credits – 2 more than what is technically the maximum. With that being said, I will be graduating in May with a Bachelor’s degree in 3 years instead of 4.
I work an internship as a strength and conditioning coach for 6 hours a week.
I work as an office assistant for 6 hours a week at the school.
I just picked up a job at a club where I work 8 hours Friday and Saturday nights.
I volunteer as a coach for 3 hours twice a week with a U10 Youth Hockey team in Adrian.
I help out with the “Learn to Skate” organized by the Adrian College hockey teams for an hour on the weekend.
Besides that, I started getting involved with photoshoots and hope to gain experience within that industry.
I promote supplements from Mind and Muscle and promote myself as a competitor via all types of social media of course.
I am involved in 3 student organizations and am the president of the “Collegiate Entrepreneurship Organization”.
These are all things I do besides going to the gym. The greater purpose I pursue is to deliver motivation and inspiration to people. I sometimes think I have ADHD because I have a ton of energy 99% of the time. To me, being busy is calming. I can’t sit down and just relax and watch Netflix. If I do so, it’s on very rare occasions. I may as well put all that energy into something productive!
My goal is to find a job here in the US and work to make money via the fitness industry on the side. I want to be a role model to the kids I coach, to my fellow students and I want to make my parents proud. I want to be financially independent and be able to afford to travel and maintain a decent lifestyle. Money isn’t the main concern but I have learned that without money you can’t just go on a vacation, you always have to worry about paying bills…
The lifestyle of bodybuilding has created my vision to be even bigger, I see that with all this hard work, anything can be accomplished. Everyone has 24 hours in a day. Make them count. It’s crazy to realize that there is NO LIMITS. Use your time wisely.