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21 Days of Faith – Day 2

21 Days of Faith – Day 1

Anabolic Add-on Training: Traps, upper back, and shoulders

Men 40+ Years Old: Executive Fitness Coaching Society

Anabolic Add-on Training: Shoulders

Men 40+ Years Old: Executive Fitness Coaching Society

Anabolic Add-on Training: Triceps

Men 40+ Years Old: Executive Fitness Coaching Society

Anabolic Add-on Training: Biceps

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Don’t Mistake Movement For Achievement

We can all get caught up in the little things. For business owners, we have to break that down even further. Are we doing the things that grow our business and lead to revenue, or are we doing things that can (and should be) delegated or outsourced? Be busy at your skillset, doing the stuff you enjoy doing.

The Incredible Power Of Habit

I talk about habits all the time and the importance and power of having positive habits that create less stress and move you towards your goals, both short-term, and long-term. Here’s a quick overview you need to know because your habits make you.

How Habits Work

  • Studies indicate that it takes 21 days to develop a habit pattern.
  • Awareness of your actions and lots of practice is the only way to establish a habit pattern that will last.
  • Creating a positive habit will boost your mood and provide more self-confidence.
  • Past experiences can bring on habits that will affect you for the remainder of your life.
  • Every one of your habits is a loop that begins with a trigger, which results in the behavior, which leads to a reward.

Key Habits of Successful People

  • Habits are responsible for your success – or lack of success.
  • You may not realize that bad habits are holding you back.
  • When you practice a good habit for 21 days, you’re well on your way to a successful outcome.
  • There are certain habits that are likely found in every highly successful person.
  • Practice habits constantly
  • Triggers, behavior, and rewards work together.

How to Create New Habits

  • There are certain “ingredients” found in the creation of every new habit.
  • First, identify the habit you want to create.
  • Visualization is a main part of creating a new habit.
  • Make a commitment to change.
  • Rewards are important.
  • Don’t break any part of the habit loop.

How to Stick to Your New Habits

  • Know the habit you want to establish — inside and out.
  • Remember the three parts of every habit are the trigger, the behavior, and the reward.
  • Set aside time in your schedule to develop the new habit.
  • Planning what you will do in case a lack of willpower occurs is essential to succeeding in the formation of the new habit.
  • Know the saboteurs in your life.

5 Tips For Making A Fresh Start

Here are some ideas and words of wisdom to help you dive into new beginnings with a new excitement and energy that you may not have felt in a very long time. So, set those goals and keep motivated – here’s how:

1. Take ‘failure’ out of your vocabulary. Not meeting a deadline or goal is actually an opportunity to learn how to do it better next time. Think of your new beginning as a map with detours and roadblocks along the way.

2. Try something new each day. Whether it’s a new route to work or a new recipe at home, don’t become stagnant with your daily routine. See a movie or read a book that’s different from those you usually see or read.

3. Meet people. Make it a point to meet new people outside of your current social and work circles. Be approachable for others – a simple “hello” works most of the time.

4. Don’t try to be part of the crowd. It’s what is different about you that sets you apart and makes you special. Embrace those differences rather than trying to change who and what you are just to fit in.

5. Take care of your own needs first. It’s like the talk they give on an airplane – “be sure to put on your oxygen mask first and then help others.” Unless you’re a bit selfish with your own needs and wants, you won’t be any good to others.

Always be willing to change to meet your desires and goals. Remember that no matter how hard you worked or how far you’ve come, today doesn’t meet the need for where you want to be tomorrow.

You should have a personal mission statement that both outlines and specifies what sums up who you are and what you want to become. It will help to bring focus and purpose to the life you want to lead.

Celebrate each goal you reach, whether small or large and always look at the big picture of where you want to be. Focus on the milestones of your journey rather than the beginning or end to make the journey much more doable.

I See Potential In You


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