Happy Tuesday to all my fit crew members! Thank you for the wait. I am trying to find inspiration to write, and for some reason it just hasn’t been coming. I blame it on life, but it is probably just more ME than anything else. Lol! Any who… I hope you all had a wonderful Tuesday. I certainly did enjoy mine. It went by quick, but it was very productive.
Tonight’s topic of discussion is just as it sounds. Have you ever tried too many things at one time? Hoping that the end result would somehow lead to success? As human beings to be doing many things well at the same time is just a figment of our imagination. The truth of the matter is, if you are greatly excelling in one area, then you are most likely failing in another. There is hope despite the circumstances, and it comes with motivation everyday.
Why don’t you try doing a little bit at a time. The most successful people are not successful because they are doing something on a grand scale everyday. No. They are successful because they are doing little actions everyday to get them to the “finish line” of success. They devote their focus into something they do well, and they make an effort to make steps toward that goal everyday.
It is very much the same in you health and fitness journey as well. Say you started off this new year planning to lose 10 to 20 pounds, but you have already given up on your goals because you tried, what I like to call, “butt floss fitness” scheme. You went on this extreme diet and exercise regiment, that in the end just let you down even more than when you started.
Now if you were to try what I am suggesting, a little bit at a time, then you would most definitely see the results that you desire. Everyday would enable you to wake up with a purpose on your heart and in your mind. You would also have loss weight in a more healthy way than any “quick” program could offer.
“Great things are accomplished by those people whose thinking is active in one direction” -Nietzsche, 19th Century German Philosopher
So if you can imagine, let’s set our focus on the little accomplishments this week, and keep striving a little bit at a time for success. It is not a destination but a journey. Follow your dreams. Follow your path, and BE WELL.
Live. Love. Well & Fit.
P.S. …Happy Valentines Day!