by Kim Peterson, Common Sense Health
Let’s review what we’ve covered so far and reflect on whether we are practicing what we are taking in.
News fast … Don’t become inundated with the doom, gloom and dreary. There are people that have focused on the end of time since the beginning…don’t be one of them.
Start the day by visualizing it unfolding perfectly before you …Make this minor change and make a major impact! Review your goals daily … do this with enthusiasm and the expectation that they have already come to fruition!
Eat that frog … In keeping your attitude at its ultimate fitness level…do the to-do you dread the most, first thing. Get it out of the way. You’ll feel better the rest of the day as a result.
Start your day with a focus on what you have to be grateful for…not what challenges you are currently facing. You will be better able to overcome challenges when you are coming from a position of Gratitude. What do you have to be grateful for today?
Eliminate the negative before it has a chance to stick … A quick & easy technique to get rid of negative thoughts is to just say “no” (out loud or in your head) then take out a magic eraser in your mind and picture the negative thought being completely erased away. You can also do this with windshield wipers or whatever you can think of that works for you.
The bottom line is to get the negativity gone and replace it with something exciting, happy, peaceful or beautiful.
I Get Knocked Down, But I Get Up Again … You don’t have to be perfect every second of every minute of every day, just catch yourself and jump back on the horse as fast as you can and don’t worry about it.
Kim Peterson, Health and Wellness Consultant, is the founder and owner of Common Sense Health. With cutting-edge coaching and products that generate an incredible return on investment for Health and Wellness practitioners and business owners, Common Sense Health is one of the most in-demand entrepreneurial consultancies in the industry.
Mark Dilworth, BA, PES
Her Fitness Hut
Mark has helped thousands of clients and readers make lifestyle changes that lead to better long-term health, which includes acceptable body fat and ideal body weight.He does not recommend fad diets, quick weight loss gimmicks, starvation diets, weight loss pills, fat burner supplements and the like.
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