The Best Version Of You

The Best Version Of You

What does it mean to be the best version of yourself? Does it mean you have to be the hero to be the best and never be the villain? What if you could actually be both? On this episode of The New Helix Experience podcast, Tim Frey shares about some ways on how to be the best version of you.

You’ll Learn:

  • Does getting the most out of your mind lead to getting the most out of your life?
  • The hero and villain in you
  • The things your villain would do to beat you everyday.
  • How can you beat your villain each time?
  • How to be the best version of yourself.


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Speaker1: [00:00:02] On this episode, guys, I’m talking about the best version of you. I’ve always been fascinated with high performance and becoming the best version of yourself, which leads to progression in your career, business or training. And this has led me to study various paths of, I guess, mindset and, you know, getting the most out of your mind. I think we can all agree that getting the most out of your mind will lead to getting the most out of your life. So we all know the concept of the hero and the villain. But what if the hero and the villain was you? What if you were both the hero and the villain? And the best version of you was the villain? So if you’d imagine, you know, the villain was out to beat you every single day. What would he or she do? So I went and wrote a list of 25 to 35 things that the villain, aka the best version of me, would do every day. And I’m going to read them out to you. And then I’m going to tell you what I do to motivate myself to get the most out of each day. So I’ll go through my list now, and the 25 things off the top of my head were always does what he wants to do with life takes risks. Have fun. Treats his woman with respect and like a queen.

Speaker1: [00:01:24] Practices martial arts twice a week. Rods, motorbikes, drives a big car, puts himself out there, reaches out to multiple people every day for networking, creates connections every day, uses his know like and trust factor, ask for money from clients prospects and people Works hard every day on his businesses. Trains every day at 530 or 6:30 a.m., doesn’t eat junk food, eats a lot of meat, walks his dog every day, trains like a madman with an obsession for being the best has the body of a Greek god. I would say that one provides inspirational content courses and ideas for people. Is always coaching and asking the hard questions of everyone around him. You basically get the deal here. So I wrote this out as the villain. Okay, the best version of myself. Every day I wake up and I look at the list and I say, There’s someone out there. Okay, the best version of me doing this. What are you going to do to beat him every single day? What I do to beat my villain or the best version of myself every day is I try to beat him in the gym so I know that he could do 130 kilo bench press for three. So I go and there are and I’ll try to do 135 kilo bench press for three things like that. And I know he’s the kind of guy that would record two podcasts in a day.

Speaker1: [00:02:37] So I’ll do three podcasts in a day. I’ll record here, we record a YouTube video a day, I’ll do two. He’ll make three sales a day, I’ll do four. This is a really easy way of motivating yourself. So if you’re someone listening to this and you want to become the best version of yourself, I would suggest doing this hero and villain exercise. The first thing you need to do is write down the villain. Give him a name. Visualize him. What does he look like? What is he sound like? What does he talk like? And then you’re going to write down 25 to 35 things that the villain or you the best version of you would do every single day after you have that list, put it somewhere nice, like go into Canva, make a nice design, make it look good, put on your wallpaper on your phone, put it on your desktop, whatever you want to do with it, that’s fine. But make sure you’re looking at this every single day and thinking about how you can beat your villain or the best version of yourself. This becomes a snowball, and that snowball results in you having great success with whatever you do. The more the faster snowball or ball or anything rolls down a hill, the more speed it gets and trajectory. People don’t just wake up with a successful life and the best version of themselves.

Speaker1: [00:03:47] They take it off every single day. So if you did one thing every single day to move your life forward in 365 days or one year, you’d look back and you’d be a completely different person. But a lot of people don’t think like this, and this is the reason that most people are just fucking average in general. If you want to be average, do what everyone else does. I have a tattoo on my chest that says mediocrity is a sin. It’s a German. Actually, it’s it. It’s translated to middle masters. Scott is on a Sunday, which is Mediocrity is a sin. I look at that every day in the mirror when I’m brushing my teeth and I say to myself, You could be fucking average today and mediocre or you could be incredible. And these are the things that drive me. 2023 is going to be the biggest year of my life for training, for business and for success. And I need these types of exercises to bring out the best in myself. So you’ve got two choices now. It’s you vs you. You can be average, you can be the hero, you can be the villain, or you can be the best version of yourself. Some of those are a combination, but you have the choice. So what the fuck are you going to do?

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