Warren Buffet is currently the 6th richest person in the world. Without a doubt, he has done many great things and made so many great decisions to get there. None of it occurred due to luck or just a random moment.
Warren Buffet has become extremely successful due to two things, who he surrounded himself with and practicing a thing called "patience".
If you watch a documentary about Warren Buffet on HBO, you will see that he gives all of his credit to his wife, Charlie Munger and his staff at Berkshire Hathaway. The support he received from his wife from the beginning was incredible. But even more, how she was able to influence him for the better. He has had the same staff for over 25 years at Berkshire Hathaway and he says it himself that he wouldn't want it any other way. Charlie Munger has been his right hand man from the beginning and without Charlie Munger, Warren Buffet success may not have been as great as it is.
Aside from surrounding himself with the right help and people, one of Warren Buffet's great talent is his level of patience. Due to his level of patience, he is able to play the long game on all of his investment and remove emotions from it as much as possible. It is very easy to try to get a quick win here and there but he understands that in order to build true wealth, you have to play the long game on his investments.
What if you applied this to your health and fitness? At CrossFit Be Someone, you have great coaches eager and ready to help you obtain your goals. You have a great community excited to support you and be by your side. It is very hard not to be successful if you take advantage of the people you have access to.
We have said it many times, at the end of the day, what we are trying to teach you is a sustainable lifestyle. That means learning how to be healthy and fit for the long run so you can kick ass in your 90's. It is very easy to get upset if you don't see immediate progress but remember this, practice patience and trust the process. Playing the long game will be worth it.
No amount of money is as valuable as your own life. You have something Warren Buffet wishes he had, time. Use it wisely and become the greatest version of yourself.