I was listening to a podcast recently and they talked about this exercise in determining your goals. I wanted to share it with you.
There are three steps to it….
The first step is to write down what you want. Do this in one category at a time, aka in weight loss and then in your personal or family life, financial, etc.
You get the idea. Just don’t try to lump all your goals into on place.
Once you write everything down that you want, and you’ve really dug into it, go to the second step.
Write down all the obstacles and things that are stopping you from getting what you want.
Then, the third and final step is to write down which of those obstacles are in your control.
You’ll find that many of them are NOT.
It’s just stories and “stuff” that we manifest in our heads.
This just gives you a clearer picture about what you can actually accomplish and what’s standing in your way. Look at the things that ARE standing in your way and think about how you can create a plan or lifestyle to work around them.
For many of us, it’s creating a habit around that one thing.
Not working out on your own? (so boring, BTW)
Skipping the gym because there’s no accountability?
Not sure if you’re doing the right stuff?
Spinning your wheels and not actually getting any results?
You can create a habit around this….join a program that hold you to that higher standard, gives you the structure and creates accountability around the habit of training and on the goals that you want to accomplish.
I get it, it’s a big step, big change and an investment to hire a coach.
My question to you though is, do you want the same results you’ve always had? If so, keep doing what you’re doing.
If you’re ready for something different, you have to DO something different.
That’s where our 14 Day Fat Furnace comes in. It’s just $87 and you’ll come train with us 3-4 times per week, you’ll get a step by step plan for your food and most importantly, you’ll get positive momentum and the belief that you CAN do it.
Click the link below to apply (we start March 30th, you’ll get all the details once you’re accepted).