Tomorrow will be different! Tomorrow, we think, will be the day we start a healthy diet, start a daily exercise routine, and start treating your self right!
But tomorrow never come.
Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going.
We all think motivation is what drives action, but in many cases it’s the other way around—actions create motivation.
Have you ever felt like you didn’t want to go to the gym, but then once you put on your gym shoes and walked out the door you felt super motivated and ready to go? That’s an example of motivation coming after the action.
Motivation should never be the sole force driving your actions because it is a temporary emotion. Just like you can’t feel sad or angry all the time, you can’t feel motivated all the time.
The Power of Habit and Intention
Habits are at the center of everything we do; most waking hours are spent executing one habit after another without even thinking about it.
You must to know that you need to create a habit to replace your binging and to get off the couch, or a daily fitness routine and get back to the gym.
Before you create a habit that would stick, you first to connect with the intention behind it.
Best way to stick to a habit is first to understand what a habit really is.
Remember you always have three parts: cue, routine, and reward.