A question I had yesterday:
”I don’t have a lot of time. What’s the time commitment”
Truth is, there’s NO actual time commitment….
It just depends how quickly you want to get the results you want.
I mean, let’s say you invest 15 minutes a day in your food, fitness and weekly tasks you are set.
1 is BETTER than 0. You are STILL closer to your goal. And when you build that momentum and it becomes a habit? It is HONESTLY easier…
(although I am still struggling with my flossing habit but – as I said – I’m still better and if I’m working on it? I have NOT failed!)
You see, some people mention that I talk about being ‘selfless’ a lot by putting yourself first.
What I mean by this is that – for many – the EASIEST way to be happy is putting your mental and physical health first.
As no matter how much you try to put your friends, family and work first (which happens to me, too)…cracks will start to appear.
And I say this from personal experience, too. I am WAY more irritable when I haven’t looked after me.
Be it had my morning coffee, read a book for 5 minutes, exercised etc…
(just the fact I have the choice to do these things makes me grateful as MANY people would kill to have the choice to do the above)
There is NO time commitment for anything, It just depends how important it is to you right now.
be it health, fitness, learnings a new skill, job…
It’s a case of how long do you have?
And lastly, how important is this to you?
Matt ‘the time machine’ Fruci
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