I’ve got a weird tip today to help you make every day a great day … and set your mindset up for success.
I actually gave this challenge to a few of my clients, and this ONE small thing helped them build confidence and stay on track with their goals.
Here it is. (I’m going to tell you why it works below.)
- Start AND end each day with 10 reps of your favorite exercise. (Could be squats, push-ups … you name it!)
- Start AND end each day by writing down what you’re grateful for.
- Start each by writing down your intention for the day … AND end that day by reflecting on how it went.
It’s not the specific WHAT that you choose that matters… it’s the WHY.
Starting and ending your day with an intentional good-for-you action sends a strong message to your mind that you are serious about your goals.
Taking a small, positive action at the beginning (and end) of each day will help set you up for SUCCESS because:
1) it doesn’t take much time, and
2) it’s ACHIEVABLE.
Try this for ONE MONTH and see what a difference it makes for you!
The fact is, motivation doesn’t just happen. It’s something that gets stronger the more you use it (just like your muscles). It takes regular upkeep.
When you have quick wins … and you begin to see (and feel!) your work paying off, it can help drive you forward to even MORE success.
If you were to take on this challenge, what one small action would YOU commit to?
You know those moments when you feel like you’re up against a challenge SO big, it seems like there’s no way out? Maybe you feel like you have a lot of weight to lose, or maybe you’re up against a health concern that seems “impossible” to fix.
Ready for a reframe that will totally change your ability to get through roadblocks? Your mindset and your thoughts are NOT the same thing.
This month we are going to talk about balance – work/life balance, a balanced diet, etc. – but first, I want to dispel a HUGE MYTH.
I’m here with an important motivational message for you! There’s an old Japanese proverb … “Fall down seven times, get up eight.”