I cringe when people say “keto is hard” or “I can’t follow keto because____”.
It’s not hard and anyone who wants to create the best version of themselves can apply the fundamentals of a ketogenic diet if I and countless others who travel, are busy, or had past food/sugar addictions can.
If someone’s willing to change their mindset and stop making excuses to hide behind, any type of change is possible.
It’s not that “keto is hard”, the reality is that the person saying this may have food/sugar addictions they’re not addressing, isn’t educated on the topic, or is being held back from emotions of fear.
This was the case for me when addressing my lifestyle and really beginning to audit my choices.
Then a brain tumor almost killed me in 2010 but thankfully I experienced this because that’s what got me to get over my excuses and fight/change for my life.
It was that emotion of fear for my life tied to that experience that led me on the path I’m on today and has helped me stay persistent and consistent while dropping the excuses to play small.
My biggest struggle with my life purpose today is helping others overcome their past selves and their excuses.
Not everyone has a wake up call as I had to fuel their fire of change.
That’s why a WHY or a purpose is so critical for all of us. Vanity purposes, in my opinion, are not complete. There’s always a deeper rooted motive to look good and it comes down to our past and the emotional baggage that we’ve brought into our adults years.
Creating a future version of ourself, mentally and physically, I find leads others to change for their better when becoming conscious to this level of thinking.
It’s not guaranteed that tomorrow will come, yet so many of us believe it will. I was one of those thinkers before I learned the hard way.
It’s my mission to get people proactive about their future to be as healthy, happy and successful as possible.
Are you being defined by your vision for the future or the past experiences you’ve had?
Josh P. 💚🧠✌️