Usually when we set goals or start to brainstorm we come up with our "what", the thing or the goal we want to accomplish, the end product.
But immediately after doing this we complicate shit. We go straight to "how". WHAT then HOW, skipping everything in between. When you go from what to how you will set yourself up for failure. The "how" will become to big or complicated. You either won't start or you will give up before you can get to your "what".
I'll have you consider that if you follow my process below you will be more successful.
1. Write It Down – I would sit down and really think about what i wanted for myself at the end of 2018 and then write it down on paper. I would look at what I wrote down and then ask myself “why” I want that. Every goal would be measurable, repeatable and observable. For example: Run 1 mile in under 6 minutes and Squat 400 lbs. by December 21, 2018
2. Hire a Coach – It’s easy to tell yourself you’ll do it tomorrow when you’re checking in with yourself but if you have to check in with someone else you will more than likely do it, especially when your coach will call you out when you don’t do what you said you would. Don’t do it on your own, the most successful people have coaches and they are already successful. So if they’re not going at it alone I wouldn’t either. A great Coach will bridge the gap from where you are to where you want to go.
It's New Years time again. In the next few weeks, most people will have already given up on their New Year’s resolutions:
Why are these people failing at their goals? The real questions I want to ask is, have you given up on your goals? Do you know what your fitness goals for this year are? Whether you have given up on your goals or not, or just want a different approach - keep reading these proven tips to help you achieve what you want this year.
Review the prior year before planning the next one. We have to think about the previous year in order to move forward. Spend some time reflecting on the past year:
Good morning guys,
Yesterday started the 4th quarter of 2015. Businesses nationwide are preparing for the holidays: Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's.
For most of us, we are also getting ready for the holidays. Planning and preparing for parties, hanging out with family and what not.
But during this season what happens to our fitness goals? Our workout routine? Clothes start to feel a little tighter, walking up the stairs gets a little harder, carrying those groceries becomes heavier. Our goals get brushed aside and people wait till the “New Year” to get back on track.
My focus is to help individuals make lasting improvements in their lives. I am a catalyst for change.