Have you ever heard the idea before that you can do more in a year and less in a day than you think? Or some version of that. We all underestimate what we can do in the long term and we overestimate what we can accomplish in the short term.
Today is just another day.
Like yesterday and the day before, you have the chance to make this the best day you’ve lived.
Starting and continuing with the end in mind protects you from getting distracted on your journey to reaching your goals.
Your “why” is a compass that guides your actions and keeps you from wasting time, effort, and money.
A common message seen today is: “just be yourself” or some variation of that whether it’s ”you do you” or whatever the latest trending hashtag is.
Your actions affect other areas of your life. Figure out what changes you want to make in your life and what actions you’ll need to make to get there.
A big reason why I talk about both health and money is because both are powerful drivers for every area of your life, improving one aspect of your life helps all the other areas improve too. A rising tide (of intentional improvement) lifts all boats (in your life). Much like your body is a complete organism with various systems that all influence each other, so it is with all the various aspects of your life. A choice you make in one area of your life has ripples throughout your entire life.
I’m sure you’ve told yourself before that you don’t have time to cook better food or to exercise. Maybe you work a lot of hours, or have a lot of family responsibilities, or both! This does not mean you can’t be healthy and look good. Here, I’ll give you some advice to help you manage daily life and still reach your goals. But first let’s talk about the number one rule of losing weight.
Consistency. The biggest factor in your success of an endeavor is how consistent you are. Not how hard did you work. Not how connected you are. Not the endless lists of hacks you can use to shortcut your way to success. The biggest factor in reaching your goals is regularly taking the next action. Step … Read more
What are your big rocks
There’s this thing my mom used to always tell me, so much so over the years that it’s drilled into my head. “Take care of your big rocks.” she’d always say. She illustrated what she meant one day by setting a jar, some larger rocks, gravel, sand, and water on the table. It ended up being quite a lot of stuff. She asked me if it was possible to fit everything in the jar. I wasn’t sure if it was possible.