I often hear we should feed our minds 10-30 minutes of good information every day. How do I do this? I work it into my day. I listen to an inspiring audiobook when I go for my run. At night, I read a few pages before I fall asleep.
You can successfully tackle any change if the action is repetitive. It has to become a habit before it can feel like a normal part of your life. Consistent effort during the first four weeks is the key.
For example, this year I’ve developed the habit of running. This was a significant change for me, and I really struggled with it at first. I thought it was too late in life for me to become a runner. I thought I was too old for this kind of rigorous exercise. But then I began to notice all the women I admire are in great shape. Physical exercise is a top priority for them.
Hey, if they can do it, so can I, right?
I began slowly by walking. Soon I was walking longer and longer distances. Then I increased the speed of my walks. One day I knew I could run. So I did. Now I run every week with my husband, who has been running for years.
Looking back, I can see old toxic beliefs were what stopped me for so long. But no more. My next goal is to participate in a half marathon!
Don’t give up on yourself. You can tackle any change, big or small, one slow step at a time. It just takes a plan, self-compassion, consistent effort, and support.
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