A lot of times at the end of my plans I realise I have not reached my expectations and most of times I get upset with myself. I feel like I will never be able to reach my goals and it goes down from there for a while...
Over time one thing I realised is my plans don’t end with the expected result because my effort is not as expected. What I’m trying to say is I know in my heart I don’t give my 100% to of my plans, so if I don’t give 100% how would I expect my result to be a 100%
The worst thing about doing things halfway through is you constantly feel like you are putting in the effort. You know initially there was this phase when T would not work out for a week every now and then because of too much office work but I would continue doing my workouts miserably because I had to go alone and T still managed to lose weight as planned and I would find myself complaining.
Finally I had to ask the difficult questions 'Even if I was working out 5-6 days a week as planned how many of those workouts did I really put in my 100%?? I would plan to be within my calorie limit but how many times did I end up eating less than required or eat one unhealthy meal and skip the rest to maintain the calorie count, that’s not giving my 100% and that’s exactly what would reflect in my result.
So now before I complain about any of my plans failing I ask myself if I gave my 100% (This applies to everything in my life)
Every time your plan fails don’t complain or get depressed instead see if you gave your 100%, every time you plan to do a workout think of doing your best don’t let that 1 hour go waste by doing it half heartedly, every time you want to eat something not in your healthy list think if you can really manage without it? If you can then eating it is not giving 100%
This month try focusing on giving your 100% to every workout you do and every bite you take see the difference.
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