It is my unequivocal belief that mere "words" and "good intentions" are absolutely meaningless without supporting actions. It's the consistency of our actions that directly reflect the truth and sincerity of our committment. Each new day provides us another opportunity to shape our future and to gain another step toward achieving our goals. Unfortunately, consistency is the one key to success that so many of us fumble over while trying to unlock our full potential.
The actions that are required to achieve our goals are rarely "easy" but nevertheless necessary. Finding the time to exercise each day is not "easy" due to all the distractions and responsibilities that consume our limited hours. Balancing a healthy diet each day is not "easy" when all of our convenient snacks and fast foods are responsible for killing us slowly. Maintaining an emotional bond with another person and/or and spiritual bond with our "higher power" each day is not "easy" in a world full of cynicism and hypocrisy. We simply cannot allow our difficulties to become deterrents, or even worse to become excuses, that prevent us from living up to our full potential.
Sometimes we need to re-evaluate our priorities. During these times of financial instability and economic uncertainty it's "easy" to allow our job/employment to become our chief priority. Each day we find ourselves exerting a Maximum effort toward getting to work on time and then toward accomplishing our assigned tasks once there. Most of us are perfectly able (but hopefully not content) to do this consistently for years and years and years yet for some reason we are unable to apply that same Maximum effort toward the numerous other priorities in our lives. Is our job/employment really more important than even our own emotional and physical well-being? If we're not investing in ourselves each day then we'll inevitably have much less to give to the persons and priorities in our lives that truly matter the most.
One of the greatest quotes I've come across sums it up best by advising: "Instead of trying to prioritize your schedule why not schedule your priorities." Take a moment to think about what's really most important to you and seriously ask yourself if all your "priorities" are really all that important. Today is YOUR day...There will never be a better time than right now for you to begin living the life you deserve and desire. May you continue to find much more Health, Love & Happiness in your life each and every day....A
Read Adam's story and follow one of his daily priorities, training and instructing fitness classes on his fitness website, ww