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How To Stay Consistent With Health Goals (When Everything Else Sucks)

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If it were so easy that all you needed was a meal plan and gym shoes, no one would have any problems staying healthy.

Unfortunately, it’s not that easy.

Last week, we talked about how when the holidays roll around, it can really suck for anyone trying to stay healthy – you know it’s going to be a few days of fun and festivities, and even though you’re trying to eat right, it’s easy to cut ourself some slack.

“Oh, it’s just one day… it’s a holiday! I don’t get many of these.”

The narrative will show up like a slap to the face, sabotage us, and make us cry.

But what happens if you get over the guilt, and now you’re going strong, but you JUST. CAN’T. STAY. CONSISTENT?

In today’s video, I share exactly what to do.

The Consistency Secret Sauce: Part 1

What Are Your Thoughts?

What’s the hardest part about consistency for you?

What’s stopping you from showing up every day and doing what you have to do?

Tell me below.

– Alex

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  1. As an INTJ (introvert), I can’t even get off the hamster wheel of analyzing your question, “What is my biggest challenge as far as consistency goes?” I’ve figured out that I have always been inconsistent in my life and I finally realized it’s because I get bored. If I do well in a thing my thinking is, “Okay, been there done that, I can do it, that’s the only reason I tried (to prove to myself I could do it, I don’t care what other people think good or bad), so now on to the next adventure of self discovery.” With the possible exception of brushing my teeth, taking meds and feeding animals, I’m not consistent in anything. The only thing that has kept me consistent in something was the external structure, the job or career, the family, etc. So now as a divorced retiree I’m in this existential quandary about what external structure I can commit to where I won’t get bored or fed up with the circumstances. What do I want in life so badly that I will pursue it to the end of my hair follicles and be willing to come out of my introverted shell to make people connections? I know structure. I was in the military and worked in government. I’m so committed to “getting the mission done” that I get used by people when I help them. I’m more committed to their happiness and success than I am to mine. Because I don’t know where mine is.

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    1. Hey Laura,

      I’m an INFJ , so I feel you there :-).

      ” So now as a divorced retiree I’m in this existential quandary about what external structure I can commit to where I won’t get bored or fed up with the circumstances. What do I want in life so badly that I will pursue it to the end of my hair follicles and be willing to come out of my introverted shell to make people connections? I know structure. I was in the military and worked in government. I’m so committed to “getting the mission done” that I get used by people when I help them. I’m more committed to their happiness and success than I am to mine. Because I don’t know where mine is.”

      Let me ask you this:

      Is there something non-work related you’ve been consistent with?

      Walking the dog? reading books? Attending plays or watching movies?

      If so, what made you show up consistently? Meditate on that and I think it’ll provide some insights.

      -Alex

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