The problem with ‘believe it and achieve it’

One of the things that many ladies who work with me say at the start of their fitness and toning up journey is that "it's easier for others than me"...

And I do get this. You have your own struggles. Long hours at work. Playing mum and wife. It's no surprise that by the end of the day, the last thing on your mind is cooking a healthy dinner and doing some exercise. 

But something this reminds me of is when I was a kid at Tae Kwon Do. I did pretty well in the end. Getting a black belt and even being asked to teach. Although I rarely did any teaching as I couldn't get my words out. I was too nervous. Worried about what others were thinking. Didn't like other looking at / or judging me. 

Anyway, we used to have this mantra:

"DREAM IT. BELIEVE IT. ACHIEVE IT..."

And - of course - being only 12 at the time, I had no clue what this meant anyway. 

But what I've found to be true NOW after coaching tons of busy ladies is that there's a BIG step between 'believe' and 'achieve'...

ACTION. AKA Doing!

Because here's the thing:

Everyone has self belief. Everyone has confidence. Whether they exercise every day, once a week or haven't exercises in years. Whether they define themselves as the 'fat one' in their friendship group or whether they're the sporty one doing all the classes at the gym. 

Everyone has confidence. 

The difference?

The THOUGHTS in your (which you cannot control and is actually a blessing because not everyone does have the ability to process thoughts) you CHOOSE to believe WINS and will - eventually - determine what you do

^^^ whether you eat the rest of the biscuits and put off doing what you said you would do to look and feel how you'd like...OR make a commitment to consistently just getting better and winning each day...

But before an action...is a feeling. Which is a thought that you've put some meaning to. This could be courage. Confidence. OR a lack of confidence. 'I have no willpower'. "I have no motivation'...

So, what if I told you that it's not a lack of confidence? It's not a lack of willpower? But actually the thoughts you CHOOSE to believe?


Can I challenge you just for today to slow down and challenge your thoughts? Notice what you are CHOOSING to believe? 

And - if you're really ready for a challenge - I challenge you to take action WITHOUT having self-belief or confidence that you can do it?

After all, no one knows the future, so who knows what you might achieve if you CHOOSE to notice the thoughts that are NOT yours and realise that you have a choice in what you believe, how you respond and what you do?

If this sounds like something that could help you so you can get out of your own way, 'stop stopping', tone up, get the results you want and - dare I say it - feel happier?

Click the link below:

https://frucifit.com/14-day/

Matt
Fruci Fit
Helping Busy Ladies Think Differently And Get Their Bodies Back

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