That’s a question I ask my prospective clients a lot and most have a hard time answering.
We go online looking for solutions to our problems and just feel like we need something… ANYTHING to help us get and stay consistent with healthy habits and wellness goals.
You most likely haven’t even put words to it yet and that’s a problem.
How can you fix your problem if you have no idea what you need to actually solve it, right? So what do you need?
What would be the MOST helpful to you right now?
- Is it accountability?
- More resources?
- Is it more time?
- Does your partner need to get on board?
When it comes to staying consistent with any type of new habit or practice, a lot of people tell me they start off strong but end up falling off the wagon. They get into their head, feel like it’s taking “too long”, it’s not working or equate consistency with intensity by trying to do too much at once.
I will admit that busy lifestyles and everyday distractions and a culture that favors “quick-fixes” can be a huge factor when it comes to staying consistent.
“Long-term consistency trumps short-term intensity.” – Bruce Lee
You have to have patience AND a plan to manage your mindset when you hit mental roadblocks so you don’t get totally derailed.
Eventually, we have to take the leap. And maybe it’s not that the strategy you chose isn’t working at all. It’s trying to do it on your own.
I know that for my clients, having someone outside themselves to be accountable to tends to be a big one. That’s why I offer accountability support with each of my wellness coaching packages.
You can go here to learn more about that.
In the meantime, I want to know — just because you may not have stayed on course with your wellness goals and healthy habits in the past – doesn’t mean you can’t recommit, start again today and actually succeed this time around.
What is missing for you right now?
What do you need to bridge the gap between wanting and actually GETTING what you want out of healthier habits that stick?
Let’s make a commitment today to bridge that gap somehow… even if you need help.