When Good is Bad
How are you feeling? “Alright, fine, good, can’t complain…” and all that.
When asked, “good,” or some blend of it (see above) is what we report over 90% of the time. With the intent of causing alarm, I’m here to tell you that “good” may not be all that good at all.
This common, normal, every day “good,” is a long ways from the vibrant, high energy state of “Great!” you deserve to be enjoying at this moment. Good is what most have become used to—what we accept without question. Why? Because you don’t know there is a “Great!” there for your taking. And why would you? Most of us haven’t enjoyed the abundance of energy that comes with “Great!” since we were kids—we’ve no memory of what “Great!” feels like.
If it’s been that long since you’ve experienced your full capacity, this should sound like some sort of fantasy or over-hyped promise.
It’s not. That I promise you.
The hallmark of this “every day good,” stated another way, is not suffering: No serious ailments, illness or pain. Thus, “Good” is not the presence of something great but rather the absence of pain, illness or discomfort.
Come on! Logically you know there’s something more to life, but what?
While “good” can feel great when you’re just recovering from the flu, it can’t be the pinnacle of your existence. When you go from “can’t lift my head up weak” and sick to feeling good, “good,” can feel “Great!” Right?
When you experience just how “Great!” you can feel, this “good” you’ve been settling for will feel as off as being sick does now. For “good” is in the middle—it’s not sick and it’s not “Great!” Problem is until I mentioned it you didn’t know it was so—you had no reason to suspect that this wasn’t great.
Now you have reason to suspect there is a “Great!” waiting for you but only through experience can you truly know.
When you’re tired of settling for “good” and ready to start living life from a higher level—from “Great!,” you can make this change—and fast. This is what the 12-Day Total Body and Mind Reboot in Strength for Life does. I call this first phase in my program, Base Camp for it’s primary function is to re-energize and rejuvenate your body and mind—by cleansing, clearing, flushing and restoring—thus, priming your body for Transformation.
Thousands of people have already reported enjoying vibrant energy in a few short days by doing for your body what you do periodically for computer: Reboot. The consistent feedback from people who have done, or are doing, Base Camp is that they just feel “Great!” Most say that didn’t know how great they could feel—and wish they’d done this sooner.
Now you know what they didn’t—that you are but a few days away from getting back to feeling “Great!”