Is it really motivation that gets you up in the middle of winter to train when it’s freezing cold and you just want to sleep in? I think we’ve all been a little misled about the role motivation has on influencing success.
Motivation is explained to me by clients as that feeling that makes you want to do something. I’m a little cynical because I’m inclined to believe it doesn’t exist, and if it does, it's certainly not responsible for removing difficulty or discomfort. It’s definitely not the driving force behind turning up at a training session when you’re tired, and you don’t feel like it. Yet people continue to train regularly when they don’t want to be there. I wouldn’t say they turn up because they’re motivated – disciplined, perhaps or even just consistent.
So why then, do people wait for motivation to show up – assuming it has to arrive – before they can tackle their goals? We all know individuals who accomplish quite confronting challenges and do so quite regularly. They achieve a lot. What’s the difference between those that struggle and the success stories?
The success stories I know don’t wait for motivation. They simply get started after spending time creating clear, detailed goals and plans. They do not wait for something mysterious to make them feel like taking action. They know what they want and what they need to do to achieve their dream.
And that's why we have created our eFIT30 FITNESS GPS program. It's a step by step program to help you clearly identify what's important to you and what you need to do to break down your goal into smaller, achievable tasks.
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