If I had a nickel every time I heard someone tell me, “I know what to do… why am I not doing it?” Well, I’d have a lot of nickels.
Here’s the thing: it sounds true, but it’s a lie that’s keeping you stuck. It’s a convenient excuse that’s keeping you comfortable.
Here’s what I mean: You might KNOW the surface-level habits, tactics, and strategies. You know you should be going to bed earlier, working out more, skipping the wine, eating less, reducing carbs, not eating at night, etc.
But that’s not the knowledge you’re missing. That’s the easy part. That’s not the work you need to do.
I love workout plans and recipes as much as the next person, but that’s rarely what’s needed to make a lasting transformation.
What you need to learn is what’s happening in your mind and in your heart. What are the stories? What are the patterns? What are the belief systems that you must overcome so that you can start creating a new story?
“I know what to do. Why am I not doing it?” is a convenient excuse that is keeping you stuck.
Join me for a bit of tough love as we dive right into this common phrase and belief that is keeping you exactly where you don’t want to be.