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I posted during the holidays about putting one foot in front of the other. Small changes truly do add up. I believe this from my core.
I don’t believe in overhauling everything at once, especially when you want to make long-term changes. It gets too confusing and too overwhelming and uncomfortable and frankly, it doesn’t tend to stick.
We all know someone who had a health scare or just woke up one day and quit smoking, started exercising or completely changed their nutrition and never looked back. These people are rare and tend to be the exception, rather than the rule.
Most of us want to think, take a step forward, maybe “feel things out” and wallow for a while before we make a change. It’s human nature. It’s the way our primitive brain feels the safest.
This method can take years. Years we may not have, especially when it comes to health. But it is never too late you and you can always START NOW and improve daily over time.
As our small changes add up, they do this consistently – over time.
Time is our biggest asset besides our minds. If we can train our minds to continue to move forward, we can achieve almost anything (still working on telepathy and flight over here).
Think of your bank account. If you put money in savings, it will compound slowly but it takes time. We may not see the interest adding up but one day we get a statement from the bank that says we made xx amount while letting that savings compound over time.
Think of your health the same way. It’s so much simpler and easier to make permanent change when you’re doing it with:
- Small steps
Weight loss and improving health are not unicorns. They are possible for everyone. As you have read previously, if you believe it, you can achieve it.
So, what small step are you taking today to improve your health? If you’re looking for ideas and inspiration, start here and contact me when you’re ready for help!
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