How do you stay consistent at eating right or exercising, when, well you’re awful at it?
I posed this question to myself recently after hearing it come up over, and over, and over.
It’s tough figuring out what to do, when it comes to losing weight, and feeling better.
But it’s even HARDER getting yourself to actually do it, while juggling finances, a job, a family, stress, and the ups and downs of life.
In my own life, I’ve introduced a concept called the “consistency trifecta” that has helped me dramatically stay focused on, well, just about anything.
It’s built off the concepts in my book Master The Day.
Check it out:
The Consistency Trifecta: 3 Daily Habits
How can you apply this consistency trifecta in your life?
Tell me below – when it comes time to eating right consistently, going to the gym, or even paying bills (or being a good spouse) – where do the trip ups happen?
P.S. Friday, i’ll tell you about a new, affordable group program i’m opening for 10 people only as an experiment.