So many people have abandoned New Years’s Resolutions already, and it’s only December 6th. And others are at the point in life where they don’t even bother any more.
Have you ever thought of trying a completely different approach?
Or have you already conceded?
Is life really difficult, or is it just me?
We work so hard sometimes, and what do we get?
No thank you. No atta girl, or atta boy. No, “Hey, we really appreciate what you do around here”.
As you make your New Year’s Resolution for better health, be mindful of this.
And find a radical way to overcome it.
Nothing you’ve done in the past has worked.
Go for it. Be crazy creative. You deserve it. Thank you for getting prepared.
January 1, 2010 IS long gone. But January 1, 2011 is still three months away.
If not this year, when?
If you don’t think anyone notices, think again.
Eventually, the energy and enthusiasm of a “New Year’s Resolution wears off.
This is where most people fail.
Only about 3% of New Year’s Resolutions ever make it.
So there was a desperate need for a simple tool to overcome the temptation to give up and revert back to the old ways (again)…
Haven’t run in five (5) days.
How is that possible?
Mister “you have to find a way” or your doomed, Mr. Internet five-a-day blogger, Mr practice what you preach, Mr. self-appointed wellness expert.
Yeah, tell us why you have “failed” this week.
First of all, who am I to be calling myself such names, with that stern tone?
Ease up already mister.
There is an inherent challenge with an impossible goal.
It is, well, quite literally, impossible.
To think that we could consistently get regular exercise for the rest of our lives is preposterous.
It can happen. It will happen. It is happening.
Went to the gym for strength and core training last night. And, after a few commitments this morning (I’m Off today), I’ll go for a run.
Dream big. Get started. Never stop.