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Quitting can become a habit

At first, it feels like you are making huge strides every time you hit the gym. But once the novelty wears off, the real work begins. If you give up on the things that matter most to you as soon as it starts to get tough, you will likely establish a pattern of comfortably living a life of ‘almosts’ and half-completed goals. You will never learn the importance of persistence — and anything worthwhile requires a lot of it.

Your “why” will get you through

Doggedly persisting with your goals is one thing, but knowing why they are important to you in the first place keeps you hungry when it starts to hurt.

An important lesson on living your goals:

Making the jump from setting goals to living goals starts with figuring out what is truly important to you in life. The goals you forget about are usually the ones you didn’t really care about in the first place. It feels weird because we as humans feel out of integrity with ourselves when the way we spend our time is not aligned with what we say we want to spend it on. Figuring out what matters is the pre-work to setting goals you can truly live.

Belief in yourself goes a long way

We often wait to be motivated and encouraged by others to pursue excellence. If that is your truth for the day, embrace it and move with it, instead of letting it weigh you down. Building confidence sometimes requires momentum. Repeating positive affirmations before you walk into the gym, or making a list of changes you’ve noticed since starting to exercise again, can have a dramatic effect on how much you believe in your abilities long-term.

So if you feel like giving up.. Don't give up yet!

Quitting can become a habit

At first, it feels like you are making huge strides every time you hit the gym. But once the novelty wears off, the real work begins. If you give up on the things that matter most to you as soon as it starts to get tough, you will likely establish a pattern of comfortably living a life of ‘almosts’ and half-completed goals. You will never learn the importance of persistence — and anything worthwhile requires a lot of it.

Your “why” will get you through

Doggedly persisting with your goals is one thing, but knowing why they are important to you in the first place keeps you hungry when it starts to hurt.

An important lesson on living your goals:

Making the jump from setting goals to living goals starts with figuring out what is truly important to you in life. The goals you forget about are usually the ones you didn’t really care about in the first place. It feels weird because we as humans feel out of integrity with ourselves when the way we spend our time is not aligned with what we say we want to spend it on. Figuring out what matters is the pre-work to setting goals you can truly live.

Belief in yourself goes a long way

We often wait to be motivated and encouraged by others to pursue excellence. If that is your truth for the day, embrace it and move with it, instead of letting it weigh you down. Building confidence sometimes requires momentum. Repeating positive affirmations before you walk into the gym, or making a list of changes you’ve noticed since starting to exercise again, can have a dramatic effect on how much you believe in your abilities long-term.

So if you feel like giving up.. Don't give up yet!

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