Have you started towards a goal and found yourself going down multiple paths that don’t really get you any closer to your goal?
I have found as excited I got in the past to learn and try new things, every step away from the original strategy takes us out of alignment.
I’m not saying stay stagnant and in one box, I’m saying I’ve found most success in regards to accomplishing a goal when I stay the course and add the new ideas, concepts and plans to the list to try after some time.
For example, if we’re trying to remove body fat and start on a plan and switch to another plan even 4-6 weeks in, we don’t give it enough time to truly manifest and then get discouraged when we bounce around from plan to plan.
Even with BMX, we can’t try a new trick a handful of times and then move on to another one and expect either to get dialed in a short amount of time if we don’t stay consistent with the process. Once we get the new trick or plan dialed, and see results, we can then add to the plan or just stay the course longer and get it more dialed.
Far too often do we as a society want quick results and miss the long game approach. We’re playing chess here people, not checkers.
We don’t want a success to fizzle out, we want that success to be our new reality long term.
Josh P. 💚🧠✌️