When do we see the issue, address it, then follow through with action long enough to solidify a change??
I’ll say this, I’ve been dog-on-tired of someone else’s choices that I felt made my life difficult. But what about those moments in my life when it was MY OWN choices that I couldn’t break or shake or willingly grow out of that caused me the most distress? The BIGGEST and most significant change in my life have come when I did the changing... not someone else👌🏾
When was the last time you made a rule that cell phones stay out the bedroom at night so there is space for intimacy. That the family eats dinner together at the table 3 nights a week. That only the first 10 min of a concert and the last 10 are “take selfies and videos” moments and the rest of the time you and the group will be FULLY present and dance like fools together. When was the time you didn’t push snooze and did not miss your early morning workout...When was the last time you talked about not accepting the comfortable option (that has *barely worked* and you wish you could change) any longer. When do we see the issue, address it, then follow through with action long enough to solidify a change??
How many times must we feel the distress of an unchanged pattern, behavior and a set of choices before the discomfort of change stops scaring us to inaction. When is enough finally going to be enough?
Too deep for a Wednesday? Nah, I don’t think so. 👑Transformation of The Mind👑
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