We all have dreams, desires, goals and it is great to daydream about what it would be like holding that title belt high in the air feeling the energy of the crowd cheering you on. 

Back to reality now and here’s a question for you. 

How much time do you put into a day to make that dream come true?  

The time you spend training or doing something productive to get closer to your goal or dream, compared to sitting on your couch watching TV. 

Don’t get me wrong daydreaming can be productive if you know how to creatively visualize. 

Realize that your habits will determine your future. 

Successful people have successful habits, unsuccessful people don’t. 

To get your dream to materialize you need a plan to structure your time into productive slots. 

All successful people have a plan, follow it, and gauge their progress by it. 

Work towards making the majority of your time being productive towards your goal, i.e. training and conditioning, read and view material that is going to help you become a better fighter such as viewing video of your fights and your opponents to see what you need to work on.


Ninety percent of your focus and energy should be directed at your fight plan and career if you want to succeed in the MMA world or in any goal in life. 

Instead of coming home from a long day at work kicking back with a beer and watching the game, put on an instructional dvd to help you learn new techniques or improve on your speed or power. 

Go to the gym left weights, do cardio, strength train or work on techniques with your sparring partner. 

During work or on your way home visualize yourself in a match performing a technique you have recently learned, so it becomes ingrained in your subconscious and is in your arsenal. 

Build on your strengths, not on your weakness. 

There are three kinds of people, people that make things happen, people that watch things happen and people who say what just happened. 

Which one are you? 

So if you keep asking yourself why your fight career isn’t happening take an honest inventory of yourself because it’s about were we put the focus in our life that determines were we are going. 

If you keep on doing what you always done you’ll keep getting what you always got. 

Making your dreams become reality is not about luck, or if it’s meant to be it will happen. 

It’s not hocus-pocus; it’s all about were you put your focus.