Have you been consistently failing to achieve your goals? Nothing seems to be working for you?
Even though they seem realistic to you, it just doesn’t happen for you to the point where you begin to sabotage your own best efforts?
If you have been consistently failing at seemingly simple tasks, then maybe you are subconsciously believing you are not up to it.
With previous failures, your subconscious could now be programmed to fail at keeping goals, long term goals, particularly.
Take a breather. Chill out. Maybe you just need to start smaller.
As Tony Robbins says, “Your past does not equal your future.” Just because you failed last year, last month, or even yesterday, it doesn’t mean that you are going to fail today.
So, start smaller today.
Set it and then immediately do it. Once you get it done, say to yourself, “That’s it! I’ve done it, I’ve achieved what I said I would do.”
Set the next hour’s work out. Immediately plunge into it. Get it done. And each time you meet a goal, say to yourself (aloud if you can), “I’ve met another goal!”
This will start to reinforce your subconscious mind that you CAN meet your goals.
When you’re able to consistently meet your smaller goals, then start setting larger goals for two or three days, or one week, and work yourself slowly up to longer term goals. This is not a race. It is your life. And . . . you can do it.
Succeeding in little ways no matter how small or insignificant they may seem to be, will start to motivate you to do and achieve larger things.
The only way you can really fail is to quit on yourself. Commit to success.
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