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Goal Setting and Personal Striving


Motivation is usually sparked by realizing there is incongruency between your current state and your desired state. When this realization happens it sparks motivational energy and people will set a goal. Goal-setting is a vital piece to starting the implementation process of having the desired outcome or state. There is significant amount of research that supports the theory that when people write down their goals they are more likely to achieve them.  First, you need [...]

Goal Setting and Personal Striving2018-06-12T12:21:53-07:00

Motivation: Caution – May cause Health


Goal-setting is an instrumental tool in accomplishing a goal but make no mistake, it only provides initial motivation for goal attainment. If the act of writing down a goal on paper was the key motivational tool I would have a home in Hawaii, the body of a fitness model, and millions in my bank account. There are numerous resources that encourage people to think big, write down their goals, and visualize them. The interesting thing [...]

Motivation: Caution – May cause Health2018-06-12T12:22:46-07:00

Ways to Motivate Yourself


Put up motivational quotes wherever you can see them. Write in a journal your number one priority and schedule in your day timer. Write your goals on a recipe card and insert in wallet. Tell your closest friend or spouse and have them be your cheerleader. Make up your excuse list of why you cannot possibly take the action required for example, being too busy. Cut out a picture that represents what you want and [...]

Ways to Motivate Yourself2018-06-12T12:26:05-07:00

Excuses for Not Exercising


It has always amazed me how often I hear people making excuses for not exercising. I recognize those excuses because I am the queen of excuse making! Here is a list of all the excuses I can give myself to get out of any task especially exercise: I’m tired I don’t have time It’s too difficult I have a pain in my…….. It’s raining It’s too hot In a minute I have a cold coming [...]

Excuses for Not Exercising2018-06-12T12:29:36-07:00
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