If I told you, "I'll pay you a million workouts," what would your reaction be like?
Most people would be interested enough, at least paying full attention to see what I had to say next. Of course, I can not really pay you to work out (unfortunately!) But the point is that you need reason to train yourself, otherwise your inner conscience will not give you enough motivation to get rid of your back and do what you do need to do.
You already know that you should work out, you already know what you should do to fit / lose weight / improve your health, but somewhere you do not have enough driving you need to make it happen . If this is the case, do not worry, most people have the same problem!
What we need to do is bring your goals at the forefront of your mind, or rather to the chassis in your brain. We need to feed your inner conscience enough of fuel & # 39; To make it work on your behalf, so small decisions of the day are made to make healthy choices. This is because it's your inner conscience that drives your decisions, not as you might think, your conscious mind.
You can make conscious decisions and think about doing something, but trying to do something with only your conscious thinking, with willpower, is convicted of failure. As a result, new resolutions usually disappear at a distance of week two in January. Your consciousness has too many things to happen to focus on your goals. You need to get into the power of your unconscious mind. That is where your arrows decisions are controlled every day and this is where real energy is. By using an unconscious mind, you can really come somewhere and make real progress.
This is really good news. This means that you can really achieve your goals, and you do not have to worry about using your will. Achieving your goals does not have to be as hard as you might think! And this applies to all your goals, not just the health and fitness that are related to them.
Once you've trained your subconscious mind, you'll find it a lot easier to put your plans into action. Okay, sometimes you need to use a willingness company to get obstacles every day, but if you have the main night you're unconscious beside them, you're well on your way to reaching your goals.
Here's a quick exercise to start moving your subconscious mind up to speed:
Take a magazine or notebook and write your goals. Now write down as many different reasons as possible, and why you want to achieve that goal. You can only think about one or two at first, but keep the list well and you might be wondering how many more reasons you can add in the next few days.
Read through your goals and list of reasons every morning to lessen your subconscious about what you want. This will strengthen your purpose and stoke up your internal driver so that it will help you to get what you want to be.