Let me know if this has ever happened to you before.
I’m about to start something new.
- A hobby
- Exercise program
It could really be a host of things. I come out like a bat out of hell. I’m so excited to get started, I’m reading everything I can related to the “new” thing and I’m buying up any resources I might need.
- You name it and I’m on it. I’m ALL IN baby!
Then it happens…
Two weeks later I’m ALL OUT baby! I’m either burn’t out, no time, other stuff has come up, this happened, that happened, someone else is to blame, yadda, yadda, yadda.
Insert excuses right here ______________________.
A few weeks ago I started practicing Yoga again (mostly to spend time with a cute girl) but hey, I’m doing it right? Turns out I really enjoy it. I’ve already noticed so many benefits.
- Mobility and flexibility
- Proper breathing
- Awareness/Slowing down
- Aches and pains are gone
- A sunnier outlook on life
- Less anxiety
My big fear is that I won’t be able to stay consistent with it long enough to continue to see these benefits.
So I got to thinking. How can I make sure I’m consistent with it?
You probably already know what needs to be done to achieve the results that you’re after but it’s failing to execute those things consistently enough to see those results that is holding you back.
I’ve been taking a look at other areas of my life where I’ve displayed consistency and using some of the success stories on Limitless to see what they did to stay consistent (thanks all).
I even read a frick’n book about it.