Finding Your “Why”

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  1. my “why” covers all three — first is health. You have heard that old saying that if you have your health you have everything and that is so true but most people take good health for granted. Until you have looked at a really serious health issue, you don’t really get it. The second is spiritual because I believe my body is a temple of God and I want to treat is as such. The third is relational — I want to be able to function like a normal person — not somebody who weighs/measures their food all the time, not somebody on a diet all the time — just a normal person. I don’t think most people know what that is anymore, though.

  2. Love this post! I keep having to remember my why every single time we’re at the gym (4 days a week) because I loathe exercising. BUT, we were recently “forced” into a situation where we have to be there, so I might as well get healthy. (I’d rather be reading.)

    1. Thank you! And yes… it’s so important, especially with exercise (and business!) to remember WHY we’re doing these things! And I think a big part of our “Why” also has to be centered on something OTHER than ourselves. ;)

      PS… If you want some ideas for workouts that are more enjoyable, just ask! ;) That’s what I do!

  3. Yes, yes, yes! Let desire of what you want pull you more than your pain of your current circumstances push you. Because as soon as you don’t feel that pain or feel it less (after making progress), you’ll revert back to your old ways if your why is not strong enough and clear enough! I speak from personal experience and what I have learned through coaching. Jenn, this is great.

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