Are you ready to get fired up!? I hope so, because I want to talk about something GAME-CHANGING for your success. It’s something that creates the backbone of every single one of your “wins” … in pretty much every area of your life.
It’s your HABITS.
“We don’t rise to the level of our goals; we fall to the level of our habits.”
– James Clear
This time of year we start getting geared up to set goals and soon our “New year Resolutions.” And that’s great.
BUT … without the right habits to back them up, those goals most likely aren’t going to amount to much.
So I want to float this by you:
What do YOU currently have on autopilot every day? Things like:
- How you start your day
- What you eat for lunch
- Parking near entrances or far away
- Your workouts
- Your overall food choices
- Your nighttime activities
- What time you go to bed and what time you wake up
- Reading books or watching TV
- Drinking water or soda
You get the picture.
Now, go through your habits and PINPOINT the ones that are actually helping you to reach your goals … and also the ones that need an upgrade.
You don’t have to overhaul everything. Just choose ONE to start with.
The goal is to upgrade your habits to the “level” of your goals, that way, when you DO reach those goals, you’re able to maintain them!
Sometimes, making a slight change in your lifestyle or everyday diet can have a HUGE payoff. There are a lot of foods out there that can increase inflammation in your body.
Research shows that some body parts naturally get less mobile (i.e., more locked-up) as we get older – starting as early as our 30s and 40s.
It’s amazing how one little habit and mindset shift can turn everything around. I’ve shared a couple of stories recently about my personal experience with morning routines. I thought it’d be a good idea to talk a little bit about my nighttime routine! Because it plays a huge role in my wellness.
My jaw dropped when I saw this fact a while ago. Did you know that there is a drug that 85% of us use every single day? If you’re one of them, I have a little assignment for you. 🙂 No, I am not going to ask you to quit.