There are so many ways in which we look for ways to make things easier.
Tips for making workouts more enjoyable.
Tricks for making cooking delicious, nutritious meals more affordable.
Hacks for making sleep more restful.
We might even find some that work quite well.
We lay out our training gear at our door.
Buy produce and meat in bulk.
Implement a sleep routine.
There are plenty more, too.
They’re all over TV, the internet, magazines, and just about everywhere we turn our heads.
Yet we still struggle.
We still don’t look, feel, or perform our best.
Sometimes we’re giving our best effort.
But often, despite all the strategies and shortcuts we’ve learned, we just don’t put them into practice.
We do them on some days.
Other days, not so much.
We just can’t put what we know into practice.
Therein lies the problem.
Tips, tricks, and hacks work.
For a while.
Long-term success, however, calls for more.
A shift in mindset.
What you expect of yourself.
How you see yourself.
Put yourself first.
Recognize that you are worthy.
Without this shift in perspective, consistency will always be a struggle.
Even the most effective tips, tricks, and hacks eventually fail.
Because consistency requires more than convenience.
It requires a deep drive.
An unshakable motivation.
A reason for resilience that never fades.
Transcending the scale, the mirror, the weight on the bar, or the blood markers.
With no standard for success or failure.
You are that reason.
You are worthy.
You are enough.
You’ve got this.