MINDSET is the secret ingredient in your health and fitness journey that’s often overlooked. It’s called the “secret ingredient” for a reason. It’s truly the glue that holds the mold together. No more thinking “I hope I can stick to this” or “I can’t do this” or “this is too much work.” Remember small victories add up to BIG wins.
Here’s 5 tips to changing your mindset:
1- Follow the no negativity diet. Every time you have a negative thought, immediately redirect yourself to something positive. You will quickly train you brain to be healthier, and as a result you will feel happier. One time on a long trip my husband decided that if he had any negative thoughts, his consequence was 10 push ups. He had so much road rage we ended up sitting in the parking lot of the restaurant while he did 100 push ups. I was mortified!!!! But honestly he has become so much more patient with bad drivers.
2- Believe in yourself. Stop thinking you can’t do it or it’s too hard. How will you ever be successful if you keep talking yourself out of it. You have to do whatever it takes. Start thinking and believing that you can and will do anything you want. Once I started thinking this way, I no longer had the mental block and mental energy taking away my productivity.
3- Know what you want. If you don’t have an end goal or a clear finish line, you’ll get lost in the shuffle. It’s like finances….if you don’t have a budget, you’re going to be all over the place. Write a list of what you want and what you want to accomplish. You will feel way more organized and will feel better about HOW to get where you want to be.
4- Stay committed. Nothing that is worth doing always comes easy. You won’t wake up the next day and have everything you want. Part of the fun is the growth and development you have along the way. You will feel so accomplished when you know you have stayed the course.
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