Milton Erickson said, “Change will lead to insight far more often than insight will lead to change.” Every change in my life has taught me something about myself and every change in my life has made me uncomfortable in some way. Change is designed to shake us up so that new things can be created. Change is both challenging and powerful and become a force all its own once you invoke it. Change, by its very nature, will breathe new life into us.
Most of us could be healthier than we are and we could eat better than we do, in order to do those things though we would have to change. Change requires discipline and discipline requires hard work and effort on our part.
Workable, lasting change starts with telling yourself the truth about what isn’t working and then setting down some practical steps to change those behaviors and circumstances. Our goal is to have you be healthier and we are going to use this blog to give you some tools and insight into HOW to do that. Change isn’t easy, however you don’t have to do it alone and it doesn’t have to be awful…maybe it can even be fun.
The first step is to make a list of 3 things that you would like to change in regards to your health and nutrition, feel free to share them with us here if you like. Here are mine:
· Workout harder and add yoga to my workouts
· Stay away totally from processed white sugar and flour
· Track my workouts so I know what I am actually doing and for how long