Why Don’t You Just Quit

If you want to achieve more, sometimes the best thing to do is ‘quit.’

Quit?

Yes, quit.

Sometimes the easiest way to make things happen in a positive fashion, for example…

  • Feel Like You Did at 20
  • Gain Muscle
  • Eat Healthier
  • Exercise Consistently
  • Look Better
  • Have More Energy
  • Lose Unwanted Ugly Fat

…is to quit doing some of the things that are standing in the way progress.

Here are some ideas to get you rolling:

What activities can you quit spending time on that produce little value or don’t help you reach your goal?

What people, that aren’t supportive of you, can you spend less time with?

What websites can you quit wasting time on?

What TV shows can you quit watching?

What stressors zap your energy that you can quit worrying about since you can’t change the outcome anyway?

And one that may ruffle your feathers…

What excuses can you quit making?

So instead of quitting the way most people do…they quit thinking big and they quit setting lofty goals…go a different route and quit doing some of the things that are standing in your way.

I'm over 50 and I often feel uncomfortable in my own skin because I've chosen a path of being strong and staying healthy. For those of you reading this that think I have done anything more than what you can do, please 'quit' telling yourself this. Anything I can do you can do. I am strong not because I worked at it one day or one week but over time. I am healthy not because of my choices this past month or in the past six months. Quit telling yourself you can't be like me because of this and that. I am human and I have stress, sleepless nights, teens, adult children, and family issues just like you. AT one point when I was 40 I quit telling myself this is just how it is and I started to do things differently. 

Quit telling yourself it’s impossible, and start making it happen!

Coach Nancy

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