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You gotta stay positive. You gotta be happy, you can’t let this that and other’s what they say, what they think .. None of that matters man. You gotta believe in yourself, believe in your own abilities and your work ethic and the team around you. Whatever you do for fun, go do it. Just soak it up and enjoy it, just give yourself a few moments to clear your mind. I think you’d be amazed at the positive energy that it can bring into your life. Positive energy breathes more positive energy. If there’s one thing that this whole experience has taught me .. Is that I’m gonna focus on being positive, I’m gonna focus on bringing positivity to you guys. I’m focused on spreading a positive vibe, an inspirational vibe throughout the industry. Which was always really my goal, even with the OYE thing. It’s about outgrowing your ego, outgrowing your insecurities, outgrowing your comfort zone, outgrowing hate, outgrowing negativity. That’s what’s we’re all about. I keep telling myself if I don’t win this show I’m a failure. But it’s funny because, at 25 Phil Heath had just turned pro. You know nobody in the recent era of bodybuilding has competed on the stages at this age and done with the success that I’ve had. For some reason in my mind it’s still not good enough. Maybe I’m too hard on myself, maybe I expect too much. But then again you gotta aim for the moon.. Shoot for the moon and if you miss you’ll land among the stars they say. That’s the way I live my life. I set high expectations for myself and I set high goals and I work very hard. This is the last one so we gotta take them for a ride! I’m not gonna sell myself short, maybe whether I win the Olympia or never win the Olympia.. I know I gave this journey everything I had. Then to not ever succeeded, and wonder what if I would have tried harder..? I don’t wanna live the rest of my life wondering if I gave it everything I got, I wanna KNOW I gave it everything I got. This is what I love, this is what I do. We don’t realize that this is all taken for granted and it’s all temporary. One way or another, whether you get too old, get sick or get an injury or whatever. It’s all temporary.

48 thoughts on “OUTGROW YOUR EGO, HATE, COMFORT ZONE AND NEGATIVITY – THAT’S WHAT IT’S ALL ABOUT

  1. ''If there's one thing that this whole experience has taught me is that I'm focused on being positive. Spreading an inspirational vibe was always my goal, it's about outgrowing your ego, outgrowing your insecurities, outgrowing your comfort zone, outgrowing hate and negativity.. That's what we're all about.''

  2. Gentle Giant
    Still motivating kids all over the world.
    Positivity is a mindset and have a tendency to snowball.

  3. Though bodybuilders use steroids but their hardwork their scream their mindset their beliefs their passion their dedication can never be questioned or ignored…… Massive respect to all of them ❤️🙏. Love from INDIA 🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳

  4. Such an epic video. Thank you for creating. Still to this very day and long may continue Dallas will be a HUGE inspiration to EVERYONE. ❤️

  5. 2nd anniversary of death of "BIG COUNTRY" … I miss for him so much. :'( Good job, Nick. It's another one nice vid. +1

  6. why did you even put dallas in video? guy was nothing! built his entire body solely on drugs, died at 26. bad example for young kids, guys like ronnie, kevin, flex, paul, dorian, milos, cormier, shawn, dexter, jay, i can go on forever with the names, these guys progressed with time, they took time to reach a certain weight. a certain amount of muscle, you never saw these guys in their mid 20's or late 20's walking at 300lbs or competing at 300lbs. dallas maccarver was pushing the envlope by taking ridiculous amount of gear, at 26 he looked like 40 yr old, and weighed 300. not to mention the guys who competed back in 70, 80s, 90s and early 2000 are very much alive today. now a days guys compete or win a show and the next year or couple of years later they are gone from the whole bodybuilding scene. its utter shame what bodybuilding has become now. none of the bodybuilders we see today have the workethic of the old school guys, they dont have the charisma, they lack overall personality, majority of the guys competing now train for socialmedia like instagram facebook likes etc. back then it used to stritcly hardcore training all business, the last old school bodybuilder we have left is dexter jackson.

  7. although he took way to much steroids, his mindset and passion was ultra sharp and definitly something to be admired.

    Rip the legend.

  8. Unfortunately, he obviously wanted to achieve too much in too short of a time … Always take a long term perspective to last… This is probably as much as important as a strong ego and being very ambitious and setting high goals … In 5-10 years he would have become unbeatable, he would have started his own reign as Mr. Olympia.

  9. If this fella stayed bit longer, im sure there was nobody i mean nobody on this planet that could beat him in bodybuilding right now. He was definitely Mr.Olympia for long time without any doubt. He died doing what he loved the most thats best thing people dont see. He lived for that stage and died on the stage, what more u can ask. RIP BEAST ✌️✌️✌️

  10. Unfortunately an example of how the good die far to young. Thank you for being the example of how we can all be more positive! Hope that gives his loved ones some comfort and peace. I enjoyed seeing him again thanks for the video👍🏻

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