No matter how satisfying the beach can feel it is nothing compared to the feeling of growth from becoming a more full version of yourself. Sure, back to school is for the kids, but it also means there is a lot of free time for you now and we have put together some ideas on how to get a groove back while learning and growing.
1. Signing up for a new class in your area
When you get started towards new goals and habits there is always a learning curve that comes along with the process. You will naturally tend to shy away from activities that make you uncomfortable and that leave you tired and so we go through the difficulty of forcing ourselves into those activities. We know they are good for us deep down but we want the instant gratification of rewards all the time. Well, what if I told you that both were possible and that your favorite activities and rewards could actually make your new habits easier to attain?
Rewarding Yourself is the Easiest Way to Push Through
I know, it sounds like a bold statement and you're asking me "what in the world makes you think you know how to accomplish anything?" Well, the simple answer, is I don't. I don't know anything about anything until I start trying everything! No matter how much you read or learn from other people there will always be a great divide between intention and action and that is where we will start.
If You Can Start a Task the Rest is All Downhill
What a glorious day to start becoming the person you always dreamt you'd be. Now that you have some goals and some small habits in mind it's time to start putting them into action. Starting, in my opinion, is always the hardest part and so, today I am going to focus on some easy ways to get the ball rolling.
Excuses are the easiest thing in the world to cave into and, more than likely, they are the reason for most of your half attempts thus far.
The Only Thing Stopping You is Yourself
Figure Out How to Get From A to B and Forget About Z
This week we are focusing on growth. We all know how brutal it feels when things are stagnant and, oppositely, the sheer joy that comes from becoming a better version of yourself. Whether it is personal growth, business related, relationship-wise, or with regard to your health we want you to stop what you're doing and: