What is it that Racers and stunts people experience daily. What drive does the Metal guitarist feel when making obscenely loud riffs and throat bruising rants. Have you experienced it before?
Does your gym buddy repeatedly slap your face to get you angry and driven?
Does your boss yell and insult you to get you angry and focused?
Does it all seem too cruel and anti-productive?
Do I need to TALK SMACK AND LAY DOWN SOME F-BOMBS ON YOU?!
It’s called Adrenaline.
People nowadays feel its cold grip only while watching movies or playing video games. Sad if you ask me.
Athletes and Soldiers train indefinitely to make their heart race up to 150 beats per second. They rush and they train until they reach to a state of mind where passionate frenzy and situational awareness unite. Everything, EVERYTHING, moves in slow motion.
That is why even caffeine has been blacklisted as a prohibitable performance booster for the Olympics. It makes you a bit too jittery. If you are in a rush of passion, it will kick in and make you pick up the subtlest cues.
Adrenaline can make you do some really mean feats:-
- Ignoring the skeletal and muscle integrity, It can make you deliver a 100 percent of your physical capability. (Yes, the last time you got winded on a treadmill, was a lousy 40 percent.)
- It can make you laser focused on the job at hand. Ripping and tearing through until it’s done.
- It can supercharge your reaction time.
- It can make you fully alert and more responsive in a matter of seconds. Even if you were exhausted asleep.
- It can make you highly allergic to pretense and time wastage.
The little boy who acts super mean to his parents when he’s disturbed in a video game seems so groundless and petty doesn’t he? Well, the fury he displays at throwing down and smashing his controller, is something that can transform him into anything he wants ho be. Let every worried parent know.
So with all the hype and glory. How does it work?
What makes you be able to use it with gusto. And become the incorruptible unstoppable force of nature.
It’s so simple you’ll hate me for this.
Do what you love. And believe you can do it.
Yes I know. I am terrible. No?