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Mental Fitness ChallengeThe best way I can describe the Mental Fitness Challenge (MFC) is to compare it to an energy drink that gives you that jolt in the morning that wakes you up, only the MFC gives your mind the mental jolt needed to be successful in all areas of your life.

I’ve gone through the first module of life changing information multiple times – it is that good. I’m also aware that it is the repetition of good, even world-class, information that we put into our heads that will give us the mental attitude needed to achieve success in our future.

The information in the Mental Fitness Challenge is the same type of information provided by top leadership gurus such as Orrin Woodward & Chris Brady in their LIFE and LLR success training series. After being on those subscriptions since the company launched in November, I have noticed a HUGE improvement in my attitude and my thinking. The difference here with the MFC is that you get all the best principles condensed into a 90 day program. It’s boot camp for your brain!
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Are you ready to live the life you’ve always wanted? The mental fitness challenge is here to do just that! It’s like P90X for your brain! Challenge yourself to be successful in whichever area you feel your life needs improvement. Take the free test to see where you are on the circle of life, and then find out how to take the challenge for free!

 Check out what Chris Brady, one of the top leadership gurus in the world had to say:

The Mental Fitness Challenge: We’ve all heard about physical fitness programs since time immemorial. Nearly everyone has a product or program designed to help people get and maintain their fitness. Some of these are quite excellent. However, our physical condition is subservient to our mental condition. In other words, in life, to get and stay physically fit, one must ultimately become mentally fit. This applies in all the categories in which we live out our lives, such as finances, relationships, and the like. If we are not thinking correctly in these areas, aka “mentally fit,” then we will not have any real sustainable fitness in those areas.
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