Okay, you wake up and decide you’re sick to death of living life at half-mast. You’re fed up with constantly running out of energy and losing momentum when going for your goals and quite frankly, you’re just plain tired of feeling worn out, exhausted and dissatisfied with life.
Something’s got to give!
Well, my lovely friend, you need to get right with you. You need to put your health & wellbeing first and start creating the person you could be; not some fake person pretending everything is perfect in their life but the ‘you’ that knows how to tap into and release the potential that is locked inside of you, the you who can break through limiting beliefs with confidence and create the life you truly deserve.
If you want more, you must be more of your potential. Whether you know and believe there is hidden potential in you or not, there is. And you can decide to access it or remain in that place of misery ‘can’t do’ and low energy.
You see, when your tank is full (you are replenished and full of energy), you can do more, for you and for others.
Ready to take the road to ultimate health and your desired life? Here are a few tips to help you on your way:
1. Train like an Athlete.
If you’ve made the effort to get to the gym, go for a run, swim, cycle, whatever it is, do it justice. And I don’t mean over train but instead, work what you’ve got with focused intention. Working out is the physical action required to bring about the external transformation as well as fine tune our internal systems and organs.
2. Eat like a Nutritionist.
There’s little point in doing point one if you don’t do point two; eat right. Treat your body like a top of the range car. Pour in the best foods to get optimal results and to keep your energy high. Your body is designed to eliminate what it doesn’t need but if you overload it with crap, it will break down. Respect it. Nutrition is the essential fuel to realising your potential from the inside out.
3. Sleep like a Baby.
Note; if you do point’s one and two right, this is likely to take care of itself. If not, then notice what’s playing on your mind and deal with it. Often the avoided tasks & conversations fill your thought tank and you must empty it. Getting sufficient rest and downtime is essential to good health. As you learn to deal with issues, people and events, you are more able to switch off and relax.
4. Win like a Champion.
All points above covered? Then this one is just a matter of persistence, determination and focus. Be a champion at living a healthy lifestyle, of setting health & fitness goals that challenge you and of being a role model and inspiration to others… No excuses, just do it.
And finally, you know how powerful your thoughts are and you know the spoken word can affect feelings and behaviour. So, doesn’t it make sense that as you focus on being your best you, you align these positively?
5. Think like a Philosopher.
When you know the things you focus affect the outcomes in your life, it’s important to train yourself to focus on that which supports your goals. Run images of what you want frequently, play the desired outcome over and over on rewind so it becomes the story your mind knows, and your brain believes. Let it be your motivation as you create the healthy lifestyle you desire.
6. Speak like a Wordsmith.
Be a skilled user of the word, using them to reinforce your goals. ‘I am creating great health in my life’ is far more powerful than ‘I still need to lose weight, or I want to gain more lean muscle or I just want to drop a dress size’. The spoken word builds strength into our actions. Your body hears each word and reacts accordingly. So, speak with encouragement, speak positively and speak kindly…
Boom! You are on your way to a healthier, happier, more fulfilling life. And just in case you don’t want to go it alone, in case you need a helping hand to keep you on track and focused, then find out how I can serve you on your journey RIGHT NOW. And if you’ve got a few minutes I would really appreciate you taking this super short survey; quick-nutrition-questionnaire – thanking you in advance.
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