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Most of us Continually Fail to Get Healthy: Here’s Why
There’s an old Chinese proverb that says lots about success and happiness:
“Be careful of your thoughts, for your thoughts become your words. Be careful of your words, for your words become your actions. Be careful of your actions, for your actions become your habits. Be careful of your habits, for your habits become your character. Be careful of your character, for your character becomes your destiny.”
Your philosophy determines the results you see in your life. Yeah there’s religious philosophy like love your neighbor, and yeah there’s “ethical” philosophy like treat others how you want to be treated. But I’m talking about your health philosophy.
In other words, at a super basic level, do you believe in “big breaks” and quantum leaps, or tiny things over time?
If you think you “can’t change” or “won’t succeed again anyway” that’s also your philosophy. And that philosophy will ultimately create your actions.
In the last two installments in this series on losing 20 pounds in a real, healthy, sustainable way, we covered:
- Part 1: Losing the first 5 pounds. The first 5 are often the easiest physically, but the hardest mentally. Without any momentum, without good habits, with plenty of bad habits, and without the internal philosophy (e.g. “I can do this”), it requires lots of good re-programming to get yourself started. It can also be tough to get over previous failures or feelings of low self-worth.
- Part 2: Losing the next 5-10 pounds. After you’ve gone through the first five pounds, you have something powerful: momentum. Once you have momentum, it’s significantly easier to keep it going. And once you’ve started to create good health habits to make your daily life a ton easier, it’s easier to keep those up. In part 2, I introduced you to a few new daily habits.
And now in part 3, I want to introduce you to the most powerful health (and life achievement) philosophy I’ve ever discovered.
In fact, when I work with people 1 on 1, this is the principle that most often changes people’s lives.
Take a look at today’s training to see what I mean.
What Are Your Thoughts on This Philosophy? Leave a Comment Below:
So what do you think?
Is this realistic, attainable, and worthwhile for you to pursue?
Can you see how TINY changes, that seem pointless, add up to HUGE differences in the long run? Sometimes doing (or not doing) 20 minutes today doesn’t seem like anything. Sometimes it doesn’t seem like these things produce a measurable difference in your life, but they do.
Take a second and leave a comment below: tell me just one thing you can start doing today that will snowball and add up, over the coming weeks, months and years.
Remember, the philosophy of success is simple: little things, done daily, over time. Don’t make it complicated.
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