What sets apart a winner from some-one who plugs away but never makes real progress?
Why do some people succeed at making permanent changes to their lives while others make short-lived changes and then revert back to their old ways?
How can mindsets and beliefs be challenged to the point where they are changed?
How often do we sit down, take stock and decide that things need to change? So we plan our strategy, decide on our course of action and away we go improving ourselves, our lives. Then at some point down the track we slip up, we fall over and whoa its all too hard and we give up until its time to sit down, take stock and decide that things need to change.
This is the rut I’m trying to break out of.
OK I’ve achieved some big things in my life:
Good job with travel around the state and physical evidence of what I do/produce.
With WH I adopted a beautiful boy from South Korea.
I’ve travelled extensively both overseas and within Australia.
I own a beautiful home (well in partnership with the bank LOL) and have a nice car.
Training for, competing and winning in my first Figure Comp last year.
Now the next thing I want to add to my list of achievements is to make clean, healthy eating and regular training a lifetime commitment.
Not for a few days, a few weeks, until its holiday time or until I’m feeling stressed/bored/frustrated/anxious etc but for a lifetime. (Oh and then to just shut up and get on with it and not feel like I deserve a medal because I’m doing it).
That’s where I want to be.
Where are you and where do you want to be?