The Pursuit Of Perfection Is An Empty Journey, But A Perfect Effort Produces Greatness, Excellence & The Extraordinary – Mike Moore
One of the integral values of the Spartan Ownership way is: Impeccability. Impeccability basically means moving forward with a perfect effort. Moving forward with a perfect effort means doing the right thing according to your values, beliefs, and purpose. It means staying disciplined & maintaining the standard you’ve set out for yourself.
What are your values? What is your purpose? How do you see the world?
Being impeccable means moving forward while staying true to your values. Your values can include going to the gym a certain amount of times per week. Your values may also entail meditating everyday or eating a paleo diet.
Being impeccable also has a lot to do with staying true to your purpose. Once you realize your purpose, being impeccable means moving forward towards your purpose everyday. You need to be disciplined to be impeccable.
Impeccability ultimately brings you happiness beyond any superficial pleasure. Why? Discipline equals freedom. Impeccability equals freedom. A perfect effort equals freedom. Freedom is living your life & unapologetically moving towards your purpose. Freedom is achieved as you move forward and create the ideal reality for yourself. Instant gratification is a trap & being impeccable is the antidote.
Moving with impeccability will give you a permanent sense of satisfaction & happiness. It feels great to know that your actions are aligned with your purpose. Notice how you feel when you’re being disciplined. I will guarantee you this: You feel 100x better when you’re disciplined VS when you get side-tracked by useless distractions.
There are many ways to stay disciplined and impeccable but the first step is realizing that impeccability will bring you the highest form of happiness. If you realize this one thing, you will have the right mindset for your journey.
Impeccability is to do your best in whatever you’re engaged in. A warrior always makes sure that everything is in proper order, not because he believes that he is going to survive the ordeal he is about to undertake, but because that is part of his impeccable behavior. – Carlos Castaneda