What’s Your Why
Studies show that the average age an American woman thinks about improving her health is 34. With the roaring twenties behind and informed choices about family and children, work or career in the forefront good health becomes central to her happiness and success. Habits, positive or negative, have unseen roots. Some may be unconsciously learned behaviors or taken on from others. When you want to make a positive change you might find yourself feeling stuck. Very stuck. People around you may question your decisions, and even attempt to negate your decisions. Something in your environment may make changing habits and behaviors challenging.
For instance, if you decide to improve your nutrition and everyone around you is clamouring for fast food and sweets how do you find the strength to stick to your decision?
The decision to take steps to improve your health at 34 or any age sticks because of a clear and inspiring reason.
Health is far more than a goal. Health is your means to a fulfilling life.
WHY-POWER always makes exercising your will-power easier. Will-power fumbles without WHY.
WHY-POWER is your Thrive Power. It’s the life you want to experience.
WHY-POWER is unique to you. Caution: It’s unnecessary to justify or explain it.
A specific and heartfelt WHY has the energy to see you through the habit or behavior change process.
You will succeed.
What to watch for:
1. Confusing someone else’s “WHY” for your own. (This can be a BIG problem! Avoid it!)
2. Thinking that your “WHY” is less important than another’s. (Another BIG problem! Avoid it!)
3. If you have a tendency to forget your “WHY” BRIGHTERSTEP is an app keeps your Whats and Whys a priority.
Check out Simon Sinek.