For more than four years, I have been working on most weekends. I’m not trying to brag or be a victim but it was my choice to grow my skills. And for most people at the beginning of the year, I reflected about the last year and intended to ‘relax’ this year and not too work so hard. Compared to previous years, this was very unlike me. But something interesting happened. It felt uncomfortable to have a direction that was not purposeful. Like a stretched out jumper, it no longe
So now, you know why you can’t change your habits. There’s too many shoulda, coulda and woulda’s in your self talk. And, you realise what you are doing now is not coming close to what you need to do to achieve your goals. If you are - fantastic! If not, read on... So, you have written down your goals and you understand why you can’t achieve your goals. But how do I change a habit? It always seems easier said than done. Write down your goals and then write down the steps towar
I remember the moment when i knew something bigger was meant for me. In my younger years, i was working for a bookstore at the airport and the longer i worked there, i noticed how people behaved differently before flying to their destination. From the guy who demanded to get a newspaper at 4am in the morning to the business people who went on their way, i slowly noticed what they bought and how they treated me. Certain people bought the newspaper. Certain people bought books.
There is a belief when you are grateful for what you have, the more you will receive. I believe the body works in the same dimension. Whether if its losing weight or training for a marathon, your mindset about your body controls what you do. Some people are happy to stay in a size 10-12 . Some people want to run 10km under one hour. The difference between the two comparisons is how these two people think differently about their body. For example, an Olympic athlete will put t