Well, painting the hall ceiling yesterday … didn’t totally work out. I think our brains, hearts and souls were somewhere else. So, today is a … do over.
Kinda like dieting … until you get the hang of it.
More from Steve #32:
Fat people diet their way.
Fit people are coachable.
How is dieting your way working for you? Are you finished fooling around and ready to succeed? Get a coach and get moving. Stop having to be master of the universe and get some help. Fat people focus on the means while fit people focus on results. Cut your learning curve in half by becoming coachable.
Critical Thinking Question: Are you letting your ego get in the way of getting help???
Action Step: If your succeeding by yourself, then stick with it. If not, get a coach to help you get fit. Remember, the only thing that matters is the result. Refuse to let foolish pride interfere with your success.
I’ve been on my new path for a while … I haven’t counted up the weeks coz I wanted it to be more of … my life journey.
I had a friend eons ago who counted the days she was in a new relationship. I asked her one day why she did that at “our age”. She said she wanted to know when she surpassed any of her other relationships. Needless to say … she was always starting over her count with a new guy.
So, the beat goes on.
I have gone to nutritionist, dieting groups, dieting seminars and other such helpful things. I ask for help in lots of ways … but now it’s down to me following what I know.
Challenges here at Sparks are great.
But I find “my group” of Sparkers the most inspirational. Most have reached their goals … reinforces YOU can do it and maintain. Some are still trying to “get there” … helps me with the day to day adherence.
All have touched my life in THEIR own way.
PS … today’s home improvement … redoing the hall ceiling and moving on to the trim. Maybe Hubby and I will have our heads in the game better today.
Change your mind … and the rest WILL follow.
Coz … I want to be ME.
**Within this blog is my longwinded thoughts based on my reading and humble understanding of Steve Siebold’s Die Fat or Get Tough and years and years and years of searching for thinness and … self-peace.