Moving on

Hello followers!

My life has been pretty hectic for the past few months, so i haven’t been able to post anything on this blog. So by the slim chance that you are reading this, I wanted to thank all of you for following me. But I’ve neglected this blog and most of all, all of you. I apologize for doing so.

I’m here to announce that it’s time for me to move on. I’m going to leave this blog and start a new one from scratch. I still have my company blog, Bringas Athletics, follow it for unbiased sports, health, and diet posts. my new personal blog will still be on wordpress, but I’ve teaken it upon myself to re invent my personal brand. Please join me in my journey to a new me.

 

Follow me here.

Hopefully i see you all on the other side.

Best regards,

Josh

Clocking out is not an Option

It’s been around a month since I decided to venture to become an entrepreneur. Man, it’s been quite an experience and quite the work load. But honestly, I’ve never been happier. I get to put my two passions together: business and sports. It’s not like working for someone that you have to do what they do and everything is certain, no! With entrepreneurship, everyday is uncertain. Everyday is fresh and thrilling. the uncertainty makes my job quite exciting. I never know if I’ll meet some one as a potential client or come up with a brilliant idea or just simply flop.

What I’ve come to learn that entrepreneurship is that its not just a career, it’s not just a way to make easy money, or be the boss. Entrepreneurship is a journey of self discovery. You discover who you really are and what drives you to keep going. Entrepreneurship is a test of character. Are you willing to continue even with many failures? Can you handle working longer hours than everybody else? Because as an entrepreneur, you never clock out. It takes sacrifice to make your dreams come true. I believe that the hallmark of great entrepreneurs is to understand the road to success is through a path of failures.No matter how hard times may be, you have to keep going.

To me these tests of character are essential to entrepreneurship, because entrepreneurs create the future.

Anyways, here is my temporary company website:

http://bringasathletics.com/

SDSU Basketball: No. 7 SDSU vs. USU

A great article on SDSU Basketball. Read up on your college basketball team to get ready for March Madness.

San Diego Sports Domination

The San Diego State Aztecs will travel to Logan, Utah to take on the Utah State Aggies at Dee Glen Smith Spectrum (10,270) this Saturday. The Aztecs (17-1; 6-0 Mountain West) will enter Saturday’s game as the favorites against Utah State (12-6; 2-4 Mountain West). The starting five for the Aztecs will be JJ O’Brien, Josh Davis, Skylar Spencer, Winston Shepard and Xavier Thames. The players to watch in Saturday’s game are Xavier Thames, Winston Shepard and Josh Davis. Xavier Thames enters the game against USU averaging 16.9 points and 2.8 rebounds in 18 games this season. Winston Shepard enters the game against USU averaging 13.1 points and 5.2 rebounds in 17 games this season. Josh Davis enters the game against USU averaging 9.1 points and 11.5 rebounds in 17 games this season.

The Aztecs are still trying to improve with shooting from the floor and behind the arc. The Aztecs are shooting 43.9% from the floor…

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San Diego Sports Domination

If you’re looking to get the latest news on Sports, Check out San Diego’s best Sports Blog: San Diego Sports Domination.

 

Website: http://sandiegosportsdomination.com/

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Coaching Agency

Hello everyone!

For the last few months I’ve been thinking about starting my own business. Well, recently I’ve started to realize that i’m almost out of college and it is the prime time to get things rolling. So last week, I decided to start it up!

It is JB Sports Performance

We are on Facebook(https://www.facebook.com/JBSportsperformance?ref=hl) and Twitter(https://twitter.com/JBSPerformance). Like and follow us.

It’s the biggest leap of faith I’ve ever taken. I’m not going to lie, it’s pretty scary. Some doubt grow  each day. Anxiety that chokes me with each breath I take. waiting to see if this jump was well worth it. But I know this is something I wanted to do. This is something I can create. This business is something I can call my own.

With that, I will end with this quote and video:

Finish what you’ve started and never give up.

Derek Redmond Finishes the race.

 

New Year Goals

Well, it’s the new year and people are out there making resolution in hope to better themselves. I personally don’t like resolutions, because we tend to stray away from what we want (ie. lose weight, wake up earlier, get straight A’s. etc.). I prefer to make New Year Goals! The reason being is that it give me a reason to keep going and striving for what I want. I can create little sub goals that will allow me to achieve the bigger picture, which of course is the most important part.  I can go on and on about this, but I prefer not to. Anyways, here are my new year goals (in no particular order) along with subgoals.

1. Get my business rolling.

– Obtain clientele

– Create a website

– Find a location

– Obtain investors and capital

– incorporate social media (twitter, Facebook, Instagram)

2. Back squat 200KG

– Front Squat 180KG +

– C&J 165 – 170KG

– Snatch 125-130KG

– Clean 170KG

– Jerk 170KG

– Compete more this year.

3. Graduate (haha)

– Finish strong in my last full year of college

4. Get better at singing

– do my vocal warmups everyday. even if it is just in the car

– Practice, practice, practice

5. Make more friends.

– Meet people interesting in my classes

– Keep my current friendships

– Meet people at competitions

These are my main goals for the year. For my lifts, there are subgoals to those subgoals, but yeah that’s it!

Heart or Brain

Often times I feel as though we lose ourselves through an internal battle between our hearts and our minds. We live in a time where reality overpowers our dreams most of the time. give up something we love for something practical.

Maybe it’s just me, but when I look back at things, I see a lot of art, music, and a ton of creative trades cut from school fundings and opting more for math and science trades. What happens when music disappears? Or art? Or dance? Conversely, what happens if curiosity stops? Math ceases to exist?

It really is hard to balance opposite entities. But to be honest, I believe that both can coincide with one another. And perhaps, there is a piece of each entity within one another.

Balance is key. One cannot live without the other.

I’m just rambling now….