Why Saying You are Lazy is Mis-direction

Why Saying You are Lazy is Mis-direction

Discipline comes from something you love.

I once read an article with Arnold Schwarzenegger said 'every rep was easy, because it took me one step closer to the goal'

Often when you look at highly accomplished individuals in any area we see discipline.

The discipline to master their area of choice.

But the myth of discipline is that all you need is grit (or an external accountability element - like me) and your goals will happen.

Dig deeper and you'll see that high level people have accomplished things because they love what they do.

If you do not love what you do it does become really hard to find the discipline.

So start with 'why'.

Why are you doing something?

People think that personality dictates behaviour, but behaviours dictate personality.

If your subconscious mind doesn't want you to achieve something you won't.

How do you over come this? You build new habits.

For example, the way we speak influences the way we feel and what we do.

For example, if you say 'I love being fit' and say that enough it will help you redefine what is possible.

You will start thinking that way.

If you say 'I don't like myself' multiple times a day, it's difficult to see a good result from that?

I could be wrong, but I can't see how reinforcing the negative can create a positive.

What we love the most dictates what we do.

What we do results in our personality.

If you want to be fit and healthy long term then at some point you need embrace it and in turn love the feeling, the activities and the journey.

It's difficult to continue you with something you don't love.

Paul



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