20 Oct


“All rights reserved. No part of this Mental Toughness Power Action blog publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form, or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recorded, scanning, displaying, modifying, republication, republishing, posting on any website, platform, social media, RSS feeds or otherwise without the prior written permission of the publisher or author. Requests to the author should be addressed to mtflseminars@usa.com.” — Copyright 2007, CIPO, USCO Mental Toughness For Life, Coach Franco Cianflone

“I seldom end up where I wanted to go, but almost always end up where I need to be.” - Douglas Adams

Ever ask someone for directions when you are travelling in another city or town?

Where you want to go is usually a couple of blocks away or so.

Invariably, the individual responds with, “I’ve never heard of that place or I don’t have a clue.”

Meanwhile, that individual has been living there for many, many years.

Get out of your comfort zone and you will always end up where you need to be.

Some people live their lives in a nuclear mode.

They are the central core of their existence.

Anything outside of this core of existence is foreign to them.

This is probably more evident in large urban cities.

Some that have attempted to escape this nuclear existence have already packed up their suitcase and moved back to status quo lane.

You see it’s comfortable there.

Nobody is going to ridicule you as everyone is on an even keel.

There is more to life than the latter.

When you strive and work towards something huge in your life and step past your comfort zone, you feel alive and vibrant.

Every single cell of your body says thank you to you.

As a result, doing this will ultimately get you where you need to be.

Carpe Momentum.

Franco Cianflone


Copyright Disclosure

All rights reserved

Copyright 2020

Mental Toughness For Life Podcast



While the designers, contributors, and author have used their best efforts in preparing these Power Action Blogs, they make no warranty or representation with respect to accuracy or completeness of the contents of this material and specifically disclaim any implied warranties of merchantability, finances, personal or medical remedy for a particular purpose. It is further acknowledged that no warranty, of any kind, may be created or extended by any written sales materials or sales representatives.

The advice and strategies contained herein might not be suitable for your situation and do contain risk including the risk of loss. You should always consult with a financial, medical, or legal professional where appropriate before undertaking any action and users of this material assume all risk. Neither the designers, editors, contributors nor the author shall be liable for any loss of profit or any other commercial damages, including but not limited to financial, special, incidental, consequential or other damages.