Updated: Aug 30
It occurred to me as I struggle to reach a few goals -- physical, financial, and business -- that setting and reaching for the goals is always the right thing to do.
Here's why -- ask yourself what is the worst thing that can happen if I fail?
For example, during COVID I started using a series of workouts, nutrition, and supplements to get healthy. This was partially inspired by the canceling of all of my exercise classes. (While we still believed that the closings and lockdowns were only going to be two weeks long, the hubs and I acted like we were on vacation. Once we realized it would be longer we had to change things to avoid ruining our health -- especially our livers.)
So, I went all in. I did a bunch of workout programs and decided to avoid alcohol for 21 days. I started sleeping better, feeling better, and thinking better.
Then, for the next 21 days, I added the nutrition program in. Painful joints, low energy, and weird skin things started to improve.
Then, I started and 80 day exercise program, and I added supplements -- symptoms of inflammation, pain, weight gain, low energy, etc WENT AWAY. I thought they were going to be part of my life forever.