Show Up Everyday

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Since the pandemic started, I’ve been working out in my parking lot, consistently—5 out of 7 days a week.

Throughout that time, I’ve gotten acquainted with my neighbors via traffic, literally.

I train by my car, which is right by the parking lot exit. Every day as the neighbors come and go, they see me.

I show up. They see me.

Consistently.

I’m not a brilliant marketer. Or a marketer at all. But I do know this.

Building an audience requires that you show up every day. Someway. Somehow.

My neighbors know me. I know them. Some stop to ask me for workout tips. Some just stop to chat.

Some are inspired by my determination to train despite the gyms being closed(now re-opened).

The name of the game is rapport.

Show up.

Consistently…

…Perpetually.

About Anthony Boyd

I go by the alias Anthony Boyd & this blog is my series of theses on philosophy, spirituality, physical expression of strength & human behavior through self-reflective spoken & written word. I’ve been a Union Delegate for 6 years. During this time I have developed countless leadership skills that I’ll be sharing with you all on this blog. Leadership is something I’ve develop through hours of research, strength training & personal application of growth strategies. I started this blog with the intention of disseminating the leadership & developments skills I’ve attained over the past 6 years as a leader because there is a huge need for male leadership. It has developed into a conduit for sharing these ideas in hopes that others can gain insight from them as well. Two things have always been constant in my three decades of life on Earth, my ability to express myself through the word & my unquenchable curiosity of everything around me. Combine that with my obsession with strength training, personal development & we have this blog. It is my hope that I can provide endless value, insight and perspective gained through experience as a leader to the readership I have developed here.

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