You know what healthy food is. You know what it feels like to be hungry. You know how to burn calories and lift heavy things. You know how to put your phone down and get sh*t done. You know how to save money and stop with the Amazon Prime. You know how to do it.

But you’re not.

Knowing what to do is the easy part.

We’re great at researching and learning and reading diet plans and watching gym videos.

Here’s what isn’t easy – persistance, effort, commitment, doing it when you don’t want to.

Knowing what to do isn’t that hard. What’s hard is all of the negative emotion that comes with doing it.

Taking massive action when you don’t feel like it is what’s hard.

It’s the not eating when you’re stressed.

It’s being the odd one out and ordering the salad when everyone is is splitting a pizza.

It’s the going to the gym at 10pm on a Friday when you had to work overtime and think you “deserve” some ice cream.

Going on Instagarm and planning your workout that may or may not happen tomorrow is not productive.

Going to the gym now is.

I know you’re different. You’re ready for more.

You’re ready to reach your potential.

And you are the only one in your way.

What are you willing to do to get what you want?

The minute you stop making excuses and are willing to do it no matter how you feel, that’s when you will reach your goal.

Once you learn how to create motivation instead of relying on pure willpower, you can do anything.

You and your thoughts are the road block. That’s it.

You haven’t gotten your result because you don’t know how to stop getting in your way.

The overeating, self-sabotage, and all of the distractions that we let take control.

They are stopping us from reaching our potential and peak performace.

Be honest with yourself. What do you really want?

Being 75% committed will get you 75% results.

A lot of us are more committed to donuts than we are to our goal.

Your thoughts need to change.

The result you get is a direct proof of the way you’re thinking. Every time.

You know what you need to do. Now what?

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