As I sit writing this, it is 7 a.m. Michigan time. I woke up at 4:20 a.m. this morning - at the gym by 5 a.m. (see the "In the Gym Today" post for today) and left at 6. Drank a PW shake on the drive home and my first meal as I am typing. All of my meals for the day are in the cooler and ready to go. I will finish this post and proceed to go to work for 9 hours. No, unfortunately the Revolution doesn't pay all the bills. After work it's kids, dinner, homework etc and I'm in bed by 8:30 p.m. Why do you care? You don't....and maybe that is why you are not where you want to be.
Change takes prioritizing what is important - see training at 5 a.m. 95% of the population will disqualify themselves from the change process by deciding that this is much to early to get up, their bed is too warm, and I'm sure a host of other excuses. More on why I am a huge proponent of early a.m. training in a future post.
Change takes energy - see meals in the cooler and in bed by 8:30. What's that? Twilight is on Showtime at 9:30? Decision time! Again, most will opt to stay up late, throw off their circadian rhythm's and spend half of their next day dragging ass and sucking down stimulants. Let's not forget the food either - its not that big of a deal that you don't prepare meals in advance, have them at the ready and have a plan. I'm sure the "happy to be where they are at" folks in your office will share their daily garbage filled breakfast and lunch with you.
After 5 days of this, the weekend will come and you will pine about how you need to start a diet, start training and that "this week is the week!" Hopefully it will be, if your priorities are in the right spot - and remember, actions speak a heck of a lot louder than words.
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