Ever miss a day of sleep? Ever go a couple nights without getting any rest?
No matter how uncomfortable you might feel from not sleeping for a night or two, it’s nothing compared to going for a 90-day walk in which you’re not allowed to sleep, sit or lie down.
Sounds crazy, I know. You’d have to be a modern day Superman to pull it off, right?
Well, imagine this: I met the monk who did it. He’s the same monk who ran 1,000 marathons in 7 years – 100 days in a row x 10 – through the mountains of Japan.
And after finishing and being declared “a living Buddha” or saint, he asked to do it again because he believed he could do better.
The next time he finished all 1,000 marathons in six years.
But at least he got to sleep in between runs.
Want to know more? I’m betting you do.
One thing is for sure, if you ever start feeling wimpy or weak – if you ever begin thinking “I CAN’T” – then Chapter 18 in my new book, Expect to Win – Hate to Lose will turn your thinking – and your life around.
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