Stress Management: Declare Your Freedom From...
No, I'm not saying "don't worry, be happy."
Well-used worry can alert us to areas in our lives that need attention and change. It's just that most folks don't use worry very well. Turning worry into action takes care of the worry.
2) A sedentary life
Would you send your kid to a summer camp that made the campers eat a continual diet of unhealthy food, allowed them to move as little as possible, made them stay inside and watch meaningless junk in their spare time?
Of course not.
Yet many of us volunteer for that lifestyle on a continual basis. Get up. Go outside and move. Human beings feel much better while living life instead of watching other people live.
Four words that virtually guarantee failure are "I'll do it later."
Every time we say we'll do it later, that thing runs around in our head taking up space. That's too much stuff to carry around.
Practice doing it now. Do it now. Do it. Now.
We seem to be the most creative when we need to find an excuse, usually for why we did or did not do something.
It's been said that when we set a goal, there is only one of two outcomes:
We either achieve the goal, or have excuses why we did not. To free yourself from excuses, take responsibly for your own. Make sure you are doing all the necessary things to get you where you wish to go.
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