Episode 107 – Goals with action words will make you fit

 

“I keep having problems achieving my goals”

“I can never achieve my goals. I always fail despite doing all the right “proper” planning”

Hmmm…

Perhaps you’ve written your goals wrong?!

It is possible you know.

Check this out.

Goals written without any clear action (or direction) are basically reminders.

And you know what happens to reminders…

They get bumped off by more urgent and immediate matters competing for your attention.

The next thing comes along into your direct vision and then BOOM… you’re off on a tangent.

Unfortunately, the cycle repeats again.

But you’re in luck today!

This is how you upgrade your goals:

Goals written with action words will help you achieve them faster.

More specifically, fitness goals written with action words will help you achieve them faster.

Action words are going to help you to turn that cheap reminder into action (a process) so that you can actually DO something – particularly when it’s busy in your day-to-day grind and all you want to do is follow the steps (and not have to think about it so much).

So transform that reminder, into a doing – an action!

I’ll give you a few quick examples below:

Let’s talk about nutrition for a moment.

 

Read on below discover how to use fitness goals with action words to unleash your true potential.

 

 

Nutrition goals with action words

Instead of writing your typical nutrition goal such as, “I want to eat healthy all the time” try this out instead:

Choose a piece of fruit as my first preference whenever I’m hungry.”

Here’s another one:

Instead of, “Don’t eat fatty foods,” try:

Go for lean or low-fat options when shopping for dairy foods.”

Starting to get it?!

Of course, you are…

What about mindset?

Mindset goals with action words

Instead of writing “Make sure I am relaxed during stressful work situations,” you could use this:

Focus my attention towards my breath whenever I encounter stressful or unpleasant moments in the workplace.”

Here’s another good example:

Instead of, “Every night I need to chill out before bed.” Use the following:

“By 9 pm, start my proven nighttime routine to help me unwind before I sleep.”

So, there are a few good examples to get you started.

Why is all of this important?

Results. You want results.

Use action words when writing your goals and watch your health and fitness performances skyrocket!

 

Need help?

  • Want a step-by-step plan to build your fitness goals with action words? You need tools to get your mindset right. Click here to access the Mindset Activities book in my First Five Fitness program.
  • My PURITY Protocol is an amazing resource packed with 6 secrets to detox your life and supercharge your energy. It’s my personal wellbeing philosophy. Check it out here.
  • What’s the next step for your health and fitness pathway? Click here to see what I can do to help you on your way.

 

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Chris Everingham lives and breathes health & fitness.

Chris Everingham lives and breathes health & fitness. International Athlete, Elite Performance Manager for the Philippine Volcanoes rugby teams, qualified Dietitian / Nutritionist and qualified educator. Chris Everingham combines more than 10 years of experience and education together to deliver the best strategies to grow your mindset, rewire your habits and transform your life.

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