Slow And Steady Wins The Race
Updated: Nov 21, 2019
Its a very common thing to give it all you've got straight out of the gate just to end up running out of steam half way through the race. in the terms of setting and reaching your goals for health, this can cause a person to give up or justify a more relaxed position on the goal. My hope is to encourage you to take a more realistic approach on your plan. One small positive change in your lifestyle will result in a change, and by defining your options for change based on which would be the easiest ones to make, and which will be the most difficult you can more easily build a game-plan to include steps that would take the energy that you have to invest now, and insure a return that you can keep and count on forever. Doing this allows you more energy to invest in the next manageable goal. One by one your goals will be set and accomplished. Before you know it the easier changes become almost effortless, and the harder changes become manageable. Do this, and you will be living a lifestyle that you have earned by your effort, instead of a lifetime of giving it all that you've got to get nowhere.
I challenge you to apply this method for the next 30 days, and see what happens.