Most people think that people with great will power, disciple and motivation for doing what they need to in order to accomplish their goals are usually just born with this ability. But the truth is, we all are born with this ability to be disciplined and motivated.
The key to being motivated, disciplined and displaying great will power is all in deeply understanding your purpose for doing whatever it is that we want or need to do. I do not mean knowing why you want to do something in a superficial way. I am talking about that deeper reason that touches something deeper within you.
When most say they want to lose weight, I know they do. But statistically they will not. Why? Because they usually won’t stay consistent long enough to make the kind of changes they really want. They cheat on their diet enough to zero out any progress for the week. They won’t do cardio consistently enough to make changes. Or they simply do not want to do all that is necessary in order to get the results they desire.
But those who understand exactly why they want to lose the weight on the deepest level possible seem to always make it to the gym. They always do their diet correctly. They never seem to skip cardio. Why? Because in those times when the urge arises within them to do something other than what they need to they are reminded of that deeper reason which creates such a powerful incentive they see no other option.
That deeper reason usually has to do with who we are as a person in the most vulnerable and intimate way. Why do you want to lose weight? Because I will then feel like the woman I know I am inside; empowered and worthy of love. Or perhaps because that person who is leaner in the way I want feels loved, safe and worthy of the greatness that I feel I am on the inside.
No matter what your particular reasons are if you ask yourself “Why” until you can’t ask any more. Then you will arrive at your truest answer. This you know when you say it. Look at what makes you feel less than. Don’t be afraid to ask yourself questions that might seem scary. We are who we are and I believe that is always wonderful. Usually it feels like love.
I am love. I am joy. I am so very good. And so are you.
Picture: Me at 21 years and me just a few years ago at 46 years”
*If you are interested in my custom diets and exercise programs click on the link below or in my bio “Evolve with Tad the Diet Coach” and check out what I offer. There are also mindfulness meditation and mindset work that I include as well!
If you wish to understand the full breadth of how I can help you, just click the link below or in my bio and set up a free “discovery call” with me and lets talk!
*Join my mailing list! Just text: TAD to 42828