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Endure: How to Work Hard, Outlast, and Keep Hammering

Cameron Hanes, a bowhunter and ultramarathoner, wrote a book called "Endure: How to Work Hard, Outlast, and Keep Hammering" In it, he talks about his life philosophy and how he stays disciplined. The book is a mix of the author's personal story, a call to action, and tips on how to improve yourself physically and mentally.

When Hanes was 20, he started bowhunting and fell in love with the task of chasing wild elk in the Oregon wilderness. He understood that he needed more than just good archery skills to be successful. He also needed endurance, strength, and resilience. He came up with a tough exercise plan that had him run long distances, lift heavy weights, and shoot his bow every day. He also faced his fears and pushed himself by running ultramarathons and going hunting in dangerous and remote places.

The book is full of stories, anecdotes, and lessons from Hanes's personal and work life that are both interesting and helpful. He shows how anyone can use his ideas about working hard, making sacrifices, believing in yourself, and being committed to reach their goals and dreams. He also gives useful advice on how to train for bowhunting, running, and general exercise. He talks about how important it is to have a strong mind and get rid of negative thoughts and self-doubt.

The book is written in a chatty and interesting way. Joe Rogan wrote the introduction and David Goggins wrote the conclusion. Hanes is honest, humble, and really cares about his work and what he wants to say. He tells the reader to keep going through hard times, do better than average, and live life to the best.

5 main things to learn from the book:

1. "It's all mental": Cameron Hanes thinks that if you have a strong mind, you can do anything you set your mind to. He says that we all have almost unlimited potential; all we need to do is let go of our negative thoughts and believe in ourselves. He tells us to find what we're passionate about and go after it with unwavering dedication and drive.

2. "Fitness fuels your beliefs": Cameron Hanes is a good archer and a strong athlete. Every day of the year, he runs hundreds of miles in the mountains, lifts big weights, and shoots his bow. He does this not only to get ready for his shooting trips, but also to feel better about himself and gain confidence. He says that exercise is good for your mind and soul as well as your body.

3. "Discipline is the key": Cameron Hanes does not do what he does because he is motivated or inspired to do so. He counts on self-control. He has a strict schedule that he keeps no matter what. He doesn't make excuses or give up on what he wants. He gives up a lot for his love, but he doesn't feel bad about it. He says that the key to success and happiness is to be disciplined.

4. "Resilience is essential": Cameron Hanes faces a lot of problems and difficulties in his life, both in the wilderness and in society. He meets dangerous animals, bad weather, injuries, setbacks, enemies, and people who don't like him. But he doesn't give up or let them stop him. He learns from his mistakes, changes to fit his surroundings, and gets through hard times. He says that you need to be resilient to live and grow.

5. "Enjoy living life to the fullest": Cameron Hanes loves what he does and does it with fire and joy. He doesn't settle for average or good enough. Instead, he aims for greatness and excellence. He doesn't just go along with things.

Endure: How to Work Hard, Outlast, and Keep Hammering is a book for anyone who wants to get better physically and mentally, follow their interest, and learn from one of the best bowhunters and ultramarathoners in the world. It is a book that will make you want to work hard, keep going, and not give up.

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