How to Stay Motivated Week 4

Raise the necessity for performance standards. Always know your why!

Just a little recap from the past 3 weeks – Take One Day At a Time, Surround Yourself with Positivity and Ask for Advice all have talked about how to stay motivated and succeed on a low carb keto lifestyle.

Week 4 we are talking about raising the necessity for performance standards. What this means is What is your Why? When you know your “Why” you will have something that is strong enough in front of you to help you stay motivated.

Things such as getting healthy so I can play with my kids, Taking care of myself so I can watch my grand kids grow up to be adults, Getting rid of this Type II Diabetes diagnosis that means I have to be on medicine, An upcoming class reunion or maybe something as simple as wanting to be able to walk around Disney World with your family. Everyone has a different “WHY”.

When you can define the “why you are doing this” then you have won half the battle. Because everytime you have a short fall or feel tempted to cheat or can’t see the light at the end of the tunnel – you can remember your “WHY” and that will help you get through this journey.

We talked about having a plan at the beginning that makes it easier to start on this journey and not being afraid to ask for advice and making sure that you are surrounding your self with positive people. But one of the biggest things that can help make you successful is knowing your “WHY”.

So if you haven’t already written your plan – do it now. And figure out the “WHY”! One of my “WHYS” is my grand daugther and living a healthy and fit life so that I can watch her grow up and PARTICPATE with her in activities.

If you are struggling with any of these, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us and we can help by asking questions and helping you formulate a plan and come up with your “WHY”.

Have an awesome week and enjoy the journey.

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