Note to self, as your age jeff, you will reap what you sow?
This is meant to explain what volumes try, but fail miserable to convincingly illuminate. We don’t need volumes, just this…
A body at rest tends to stay at rest. A body in motion tends to stay in motion.
We’ve covered mental and physical, now scoot over to emotional (spiritual), click go.
It’s so easy to look at someone and make judgements, isn’t it? Crazy thing is, we think we’re accurate in our thinking. How can anyone know someone just from looking?
Ever feel like an “Odd Duck”, like you don’t fit in? The story of my life. Really.
It stems from a childhood curiosity to ask important questions. Questions that people should have a ready, and convicted, answer for, but don’t. Like, “Why do you neglect your physical fitness?”
Will you change the way you think about diet and exercise?
Or will you give up, like you always do?
Hey, you’re an adult. You get this. I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know.
Don’t do it.
Don’t give up.
You can do it.
Be smarter. Think differently. Act differently. Don’t do it all in one month.
You have the rest of your life, but only if you get started and never quit.
One day at a time.
Start small and simple. Think long-term. Dust off your indomitable will. Never quit.
When you die, then you can relax. You good with that?
What’s the power in the impossible?
Yesterday, in a casual conversation, a friend mentioned that 90% of humans, if given the chance to transform themselves into something better, would not do so.
Can’t assure you this is a valid statistic, however, I’m using it here to illustrate a simple point. Even if the statistic is incorrect, there is something we can all agree on.
Most people (no matter the exact percentage) are afraid of change. Period.
And yet change is the only constant. Period.
What does this mean to you? Probably nothing, unfortunately. Why? Because 90% reading this are afraid to change. Most won’t think the impossible is possible.