Today, your alarm started to ring, and the Monday morning blues set in with an unexplainable feeling of dread, followed by a sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach, and oh yeah, let’s not forget about the anxiety. You then realize it's 5 more days until Friday. If the last few sentences sent you off in a panic, no worries.
It’s motivational Monday!
The biggest obstacle is yourself. We often make excuses because we’re waiting to “feel ready” but it’s just another way of saying, "I don't want to do it." You can become the person you want to be by doing what you don't really want to do. Self discipline brings out the enormous potential that exists in every person. So, Today you will accomplish anything you wish by..
1. Practice self discipline. Self discipline is what delivers a transformative ripple like effort in our day.
2. Decide on your goals. Choose some logical steps toward your goal.
3. Remember it's hard until it becomes easy. Be the person who can say, "I can do hard things."
And in return you will then learn that you can do things you didn't think you could do. If you practice self discipline today, it is likely that the rest of your week will follow suit. So whether it may it be with healthy eating, healthy thinking, or healthy actions, put your whole being into the present moment, and see how your Monday turns into a truly glorious day!
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