Mike Tyson Turned Into A
Two weekends ago, I went to hang out with 3 of my best buds for the Mike Tyson fight.
It was surreal watching Tyson fight again. The fight was good, but the virtual reality feel to the fight, no crowd, etc., was a bit bizarre.
When I was a kid, we used to play Mike Tyson’s Punchout for Nintendo, it was one of our favorites.
Anyhow, the Tyson fight was held in a smaller ring and it was almost as if in some paralle reality that Iron Mike that I first knew from that video game had come full circle and morphed into a real video game version of himself.
But not to get sidetracked by the Twilight Zone reality we now find ourselves in.
Tyson still has the dog in him, still has the mentality. He is as tough as ever and it showed in the fight.
Think about the mental toughness; he makes the decision to get back into the ring at 54 years old and then drops 100 pounds for the fight, no small feat!
The reason I am telling you this is because once you take the time to develop mental muscle, you have it forever. It’s like the mental version of muscle memory.
It's well worth the investment of your time to build up your mental toughness reserves, but begin NOW.
Be unconventional - Kyle Newell
P.S-We are now accepting trial clients for our January Trinity Transformation. It begins January 4th and we can take up to 10 people per each location. If you are interested, you can reply to this email and we will set up a short call with you. Act now or you’ll miss out until next month.
P.P.S-Our annual Festivus Charity Party for charity will be this Saturday, December 12th. We have live reindeer and it's a good time for all. If you’d like some normalcy in your life and to give the kids some holiday magic, then certainly come. Price of admission is a dish (it’s potluck) and a minimum $10 donation for Mike Scappino.