I asked a handful of people from the creative industry to send me questions that they would like to be answered by the participants of the 100 Day Warrior. Out of approximately 30 questions I selected 13 that seem to cover most of the curiosity of most followers. Sanne went first, Esther was the second to answer them. If you are curious about what Sanne said, you can click here. But now hear what Tommy’s experience has been so far:
1. What were your expectations from the 100 Day Warrior? And have they been met?
Currently we are going through a terribly busy phase with our studio. And there is only more busyness ahead. So I figured, if I want to be able to work hard, I need to take extra care of myself. I could use some suppport.
Yes, I believe this course has helped me tremendously. It has given me tools to strengthen me both mentally and physically. Yes, my expectations have been met.
2. How does the 100 Day Warrior affect you? How long before you started experiencing results?
The 7 day warrior had a rough time 🙂 But he started to feel better very soon after.
3. What was your biggest misconception of the 100 Day Warrior?
I thought it would be hard or tough. But actually it is not. It is interesting and relatively easy to just get on board and see where the journey takes you.
4. What impressed you most so far?
It is pretty amazing to see how much you can achieve in three months.
5. What was most challenging, scary or demanding?
6. What is your biggest revelation until now?
Atalwin has some powerful tools to use to unravel the ego. It is very interesting to understand different motivations behind actions.
8. Which part of the 100 Day Warrior program would you rather have started 10 years ago?
Proper physical training.
9. How does the 100 Day Warrior serve you in daily life and work?
I feel way fitter, and feel a lot more balanced. There has come an equanimity in mood and concentration that feels unheard of. I have never been so productive.
10. Does the 100 Day Warrior have an impact on the way you relate to your life?
Ask me again in a year 🙂
11. What do you hope from the 100 Day Warrior in the long run?
Hopefully I have shifted my physical and mental heath in the right direction. Other then that, we are with a great group and I hope we will stay connected after the end of the course.
12. What does the term ‘warrior’ mean to you?
The warrior takes responsibility for himself and if possible for the world around him.
13. What is your wish for the future?
This is episode 91 in a series of 100 blog posts that will be published daily during the 100 Day Warrior, a unique program around physical strength, inner wisdom and meaning. All posts are written by Atalwin Pilon, founder of Basic Goodness and creator of the 100 Day Warrior. For requests for motivational speaking, in-company workshops, online coaching and mindfulness training click here. If you would like to join our international community of brave and inspiring human beings or just follow this blog and receive updates, please click here or sign up on the right side of the page. Atalwin specializes in coaching smart and creative people, both groups and individuals. If you are interested in a free coaching session click here.