84% of us will carry on doing the same things as we were already doing despite setting a New Years Resolution…
And for me?
It’s down to this…
Trying to achieve too much too soon, then giving because you think you’ve failed.
It’s why most give up on their New Year’s Resolution by the end of January.
You try to achieve your whole goal in a month..
Forgetting you have the whole year..
It’s like I was chatting to someone the other day about how they’d feel if they lost 2 stone in a year.
Of course, they would be delighted.
But then when I asked them how’d they feel if they lost ½ a lb per week?
They said that would demotivate them as it doesn’t feel fast enough.
And I get that.
But here’s what happens instead.
You set your expectations too high..
You end up hungry at 4pm
Think “f it” I’ll start again tomorrow and go in EVEN HARDER tomorrow
You skip breakfast the next day and the process repeats.
We end up in this cycle of restrict and binge.
But what if you just gave yourself permission to just go back to “eating normally” the next day even if you had a binge?
✅ Set an exciting goal that makes you get up in the morning (it’ll be hard to be motivated if your goals doesn’t excite you)
✅ Remember you don’t have to achieve that goal this week 😉
✅ Obstacles are on the way not in the way
✅ Write down why you want to achieve it (what’s the point? What changes?)
✅ Set mini benchmarks along the way- I haven’t just gone straight to doing meditation every day, but rather I want to hit 60 in 90 days. This means 30 days from now I want to have done 20. Not perfect but achievable
✅ Set one thing TODAY that you can definitely stick to
No matter how small..
Whether that’s a 10 minute workout
A 1 minute workout
Water with every meal
Bed by 10pm
I could go on…
As this builds the momentum to help you think and do differently so you can finally achieve the transformation you want..
Something we help you kickstart in the free 5-Day Kickstart beginning on Monday 9th January.
This is free.
All we ask is you meet us half way.