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INTENT reveals desire; ACTION reveals commitment

A dream written down with a date becomes a goal.
A goal broken down into steps becomes a plan.
A plan backed by action makes your dreams come true.
Greg S Reid

It’s a month after the New Year and this is where our resolutions and motivation starts to slack. As I always say, we are in this for the long run. Our health, fitness, lifestyle, balance, and long-term goals are our focus, not just for the month but for the future.

To have that intent and desire is where it starts, but putting it into action reveals the commitment and from there, will propel you forward. Try and focus on the process, not the product or the outcome and with that, your commitment to your long term goals will be achieved.

Some steps to taking action:

  • Commit/ Have faith in your ability
    You have the ability to be successful and can achieve what ever you commit yourself to.
  • Hold yourself accountable and except failure

    This will happen as its part of life. Look at them as stepping stones to learn and grow from and then move forward. Don’t be afraid to step forward because of failure.

  • Take Action
    Taking big actions blindly don’t get you anywhere, but planning your actions step by step and into achievable chunks can get you the best return.
  • Be Independent
    Stand on your own two feet. Don’t wait for approval to take action. Have confidence in the decisions you want to make and go with it.
In Health,
Lisa Fallon Mindel CHHP AADP
Whole Body Beautiful

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