When stars like Jim Carrey, Will Farrell, and Olympic gold medalist Mitch Gaylord need someone to help them get into shape, reach a goal, prepare for an upcoming event or a job, etc., they call Gary Kobat. Gary is an “integrative performance coach”. While he is nominally a physical exercise trainer, in reality the service he offers to all his customers is much more holistic and all-inclusive than just being an exercise trainer.
Gary teaches people from all walks of life to take the first steps toward reaching their goal using a three-step beginning that consists of the following:
- Do something you love
- Understand energy, both light and dark
- Remember that you are really energy
“Transformation doesn’t happen without intense awareness,” says Gary. “If we have the desire to do or accomplish something in the future, our awareness has to be now. The decisions we make now, all of our ‘nows’ are our future creations. So the future is really now.”
Gary explains that to be a successful movie actor, a winning athlete, a happy mom, a healthier person, a happier person, a wealthier person, a person in a great relationship, etc. you have to “own your medal now”. How you feel, how you look, how you train, how you sleep, how you eat, how you recover, and how you love is all very specifically important to owning “the person on the podium now”.
He also shares with us a rare, little-known book written in 1929 called, Your Invisible Power, by Genevieve Behrend, which is one of the earliest formative books in what is often called the “New Thought” genre. You can get a free copy of Your Invisible Power by signing up for Gary’s free newsletter. In the book, Behrend relates the thinking of Thomas Troward (1847-1916), known as “The Master of Mental Science”.
This is a must-hear broadcast that you won’t want to miss.