Remember your "WHY"

In the Holiday Challenge group I have going on, we are about a week into it.

It's amazing to me, but not surprising anymore, how quickly people can lose motivation to do the thing they desire to accomplish.

We get excited about something that can transform us.  We know it is good for us.  We know we need it.  We know the benefits.  So why do we lose the motivation and will power to get it done or keep going.  And why does it get lost so quickly on some people?

Over the years I have discovered that if your "why" isn't strong enough, you will not stick to the program.  If you do not KNOW why you are in it and if that why is  weak, motivation doesn't last.

 

 

We are about to take you through the most powerful tool you will ever have for long term health... finding out WHY and making it more of a bigger part of you rather than pushed into the back of your mind.  Let's pull it out to the front and make it the tool you will have to get...

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Take that assessment!

I ask my clients to do a fitness assessment every 4 weeks to track their results.  It's a scary step.  I hear many of them say they are nervous to even step into that place.  To take that photo, to try and see how long they can hold a plank, time a mile, measure the belly button line, etc...

It's scary to take that step when you are out of shape.    If you are in that place of feeling scary to do that assessment, you are not alone.  Even I get in that space.  Feel the fear and do it anyway!

A fitness assessment can consist of a number of different things.  You can weigh and measure.  You can test how long you hold a plank or wall sit.  You can see how many pushups or pull ups you can do.  You can test your body fat.  You can visit a doctor and get some blood work done.  There are a number of things you can choose to do.

Barebones  -  I suggest testing a skill - like strength and cardio and getting a photo...

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My home is my body

This morning during my morning success habits, as I was spending time thanking God for everything I have, I thanked him, as always, for the home I live in.  I meant every word as I expressed grattitude for the house.  We don't own it yet.  It's not perfect.  There are things I want to change.  

So there I was in meditation and prayer about my home and my mind started wandering.  I saw better places for furniture to be moved.  I know where I want to add a doggy door.  I see better flooring going in.  I see that some furniture will be replaced at some point.  There might be paint added and lighting fixed, etc...  

In the moment of gratitude I also saw room for change. 

It wasn't a feeling of not loving my home.  It was the opposite.

I see working on my health and fitness the same way.  As I exercise, my body changes.  I do have some physical goals I want to attain.  I know that changing my body...

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