As you prepare to rock the weekend I wanted to send a fresh reminder about habits and change.
My inspiration for this email came from mine and Abbi’s favorite new book,
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing, written by Marie Kondo.
Who would have ever thought that a book about organizing and minimizing would correlate so well with your health.
The book dives into habits and change, and the reality is whatever you’re doing in life, to really succeed at it, requires a mindset shift and new habits.
As I was reading I came across this quote from Ms. Kondo,
“People cannot change their habits without first changing their way of thinking”
Those words are so profound and so true.
The real reason people fail with their health is because they never change their way of thinking, they only attempt to follow the same habits time after time, always coming up short of their goal.
Now, I get how change is never easy for any of us, me included, but many times it’s necessary.
We have all heard of the definition of insanity, “doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different outcome”.
At moments of insanity, change is needed as well as a new way of thinking.
So as you take on the weekend ask yourself these 3 questions:
- Do I know how to achieve and maintain my health goals?
- Is my energy great each day?
- Am I making my health a way of life?
Your answers to those 3 simple questions will immediately show you if it’s time to make a change or lean into what you’re already doing.
If your answers are YES to those questions, then push yourself even more to unlock your body’s full potential. Be a leader in our community, ask ALL questions, and keep learning and evolving with your food and fitness.
And then if you want to learn even more about our programs centered on the science of your body and how it works, watch this video:
Have an awesome weekend and be on the lookout for my weekly articles and videos. I’ll be sending ideas, tips and strategies each week to help you develop new winning habits so your health can become a way of life.