Today I’m going to inspire you to learn⭐
If you’re not willing to learn, then no one can help you! However, if you can first recognize your tunnel vision, and your way of thinking, then you will soon learn more about yourself.
If you always have all of the answers, maybe your answers aren’t correct. Maybe you just think you know, but you don’t really have a clue.
Maybe your answers are really excuses, that are essentially just fears. Maybe you don’t realize that your the problem.
You must have determination, and grit to learn new things. You must have a willingness to want to learn something new. You must invite it into your life, and then make friends with change!
Do you want to know why so many people fail at things?
Why news years resolutions, don’t normally come true?
Why we go to the gym for 1 week and then we quit?
Why we start a new job, thinking it’s the answer, but we soon find ourselves stuck again?
Why we continually pick unhealthy partners in our relationships, hoping this person is our saviour?
Why we want to save money, but we continue to spend?
Why we want change, but we can’t seem to ever stay committed to the change?
I could go on, and on, and on but I think you see the pattern. The point I’m trying to make is that all of those things are different, but still they’re the same. They are all something we desire, but we’re addicted to the process not the outcome. We get ourselves stuck in these cycles, not even realizing that it’s our own fault.
I decided to break the habit of being myself. I decided it was time for a change, and that I wanted something more.
I am committed to working out, but I wasn’t always like this. I didn’t even like to work out if I’m being completely honest. I had never really done it in my entire life, so it wasn’t fun at first. I was naturally thin, until I had a baby when I was 30!
I was well over 200 pounds when I gave birth to her, and I didn’t start working out until she was 4 years old. I decided I was going to sign up and do jazzercise with my friends! I love music, and they play it for the whole hour. I started out going twice a week, and in 2 years I lost 30 pounds, and cut my pants size in half.
We’re there times that I wanted to quit?
Most certainly 💜
Was it easy?
No way Jose!
Fast forward to today. My daughter is now 12, I not only jazzercise still, but I’ve added other programs to my routine. I love yoga, and Pilates, and 21 day fix. I work out at least 5 times a week now, and I love it!
It helps my body and my brain. It’s a part of my life now, and it’s a habit that I can’t live without.
I taught myself how to be committed. I fought the negative committee in my head, and I won.
I wanted to learn something new, so I did!
I hope that you can find the strength to be committed to yourself!
If you really want to change, gather the tools necessary to do so. Stay committed to yourself and figuring out what you want. Find a coach, mentor, accountability partner, and go for it! You’ve totally got this!