Have you got results-orientated thinking?
Are you making your weight (or you fitness or your money) mean something about you?
What if the results were just results - and they were emotionally neutral? Can you make the switch to focusing on what really matters?
Have you got results orientated thinking?
By that, I mean are you making the number on the scales, or your fitness, or your results in a competition, or the amount of money in your bank account mean something about you?
How Easy do you want your journey to goal to be? Do you naturally run away, avoid or stop when things get 'hard'? Here's why you might want to rethink that (and how to do so).
How hard do you want the creation of your healthy habits, your journey to success, or reaching your goal to be?
If you're life like most people, and maybe this is your first reaction, you probably want it to be easy. And I don't blame you. That's normal. It's what our brain wants to do. Our brain always wants to find that path of least resistance. It wants to conserve energy, it wants to always do what it's always done. It doesn't want to have to strive, doesn't want to have to try, doesn't want to have to expend that effort. Of course, that also means that you aren't changing, you aren't transforming.
How many daily habits and routines do you have Mastery of?
How did you get good at them?
How can you apply this to achieving your healthy life?
Practice is the price of mastery, whatever you practice, over and over again, becomes a new habit of thought, and performance.
So says Brian Tracy, and I agree.
After losing my 50 kg I've made it my mission to help others transform their minds, overcome emotional eating and create the life they want to be living.