I’ve been doing my workouts and my videos now for 20 days. Some days have been like a breeze, some days have been a huge hassle. What I’ve learnt is that as long as I am able to be consistent with my goals, as long as I do that thing each day that I set out to do, it only gets better and better. Doesn’t mean there are not still days that are difficult, it just means I can see the improvement happening. That’s motivation!
So remember, some days may be rough.. some days may be really hard! But find that strength and motivation in you to push through with your necessary action and you will be thrilled as you notice the progress come along.
Went on a run this morning and it was the longest run I’ve done for at least the last 2 years! I used to be in a bad spot.. At some point I even smoked a pack of cigarettes per day. Since I started working on my mindset and my personal growth, things have changed.
Life feels brighter and happier for each day!
Topic of today relates to this and how I want you to NOT be a shell of yourself(like that cool sculpture we found at the Hirshorn Sculpture Garden). We were just walking by and spotted it, felt like it would be a good image to put up for the topic of the day(plus I was dying from my run and needed a break!)
Work on yourself, expand yourself and make sure you utilize all you can of your abilities.
It feels AWESOME.
Have a great Sunday evening!
I have done a lot of videos for my blog the past 6 months. However, I consider today’s video as a “fresh start”. As a member of Big Idea Mastermind I am doing a 90 day challenge where the goal is to make one video per day. The benefit in the end will be massive personal growth as well as improving my video making skills.
I would love if you follow my blog and my videos and help me grow these next 90 days.
If you want me to talk about something in particular just comment and let me know.
P.s this challenge is completely separate from the 30/30/30 challenge that I am encouraging all my followers and readers to do. This challenge is for my own development.