Why do we pay attention to our eating habits?
Show up to the gym?
Prioritize sleep and stress management?
Why do any of these things if we don’t have some outcome in mind?
A more comfortable waistline.
A stronger deadlift.
A more stable mood.
A picture of a better life.
Big goals such as these help us show up.
They give us an idea of what we want.
They provide some idea of how to get there.
But big goals aren’t all we need.
How do we stay driven when working towards seemingly far-off goals?
What steps do we need to take to make these goals come to fruition?
How do we know that we’re making progress?
Big goals inspire and offer direction but often lack practicality.
It’s the small daily “wins” that add up to major progress.
It’s all the meals.
All the training sessions.
The nights in bed.
Break big goals into small steps.
Then take them.
Each step of the way, as you collect these wins, your confidence grows.
Each step becomes easier.
The resistance fades.
You build habits.
You grow into the person you want to become.
You build the life you deserve.
You’re worthy of that.
You’ve got this.