Whether you are in the corporate world or in you are in the Beachbody world, you have goals, places you want to go, and things you want to achieve right? Well ask yourself, Am I committed? Am I 100% in? Am I doing the daily activities that I want my team to do to succeed?
What is holding you back? I know for myself I am holding myself back, my fear of success, fear of failure, I could be further if I didn’t get comfortable! Being ok with where I am is one thing but not helping lead my team is something different! I want to help my team succeed, so I have to grow in that area!
If you have followers, you need to be 100%, 100% of the time… you need to show them the struggles you go through, you need to be real, and you need to lead by example— It’s do as I do… not just do as I say!
Holding an accountability group has helped me stay 100% on track! Writing down my goals, sharing them, asking for advice, and leading my team by leading myself in the right direction! It may look pretty, and it may not feel good at that moment— but if that is what you want and what you need to do then DO IT!
do you need help reaching goals? health and fitness or beachbody business? Comment below or contact me! fb.com/nikki.kubanminton email@example.com
This is the Message I got that posed my blog for today =) “I need some advice! Lol! During the day while I’m at work I do great with drinking my Shakeology and eating the 21 day fix meals however when I get home I really have a hard time controlling myself from the cupboard.. When I get home all I want to do is eat, eat, eat, and I don’t know what to do and my weakness is peanut butter! Thankfully most of the things I eat when I get home are healthy things but sometimes I go overboard even in healthy food especially on the PB when I get home I feel like oh I worked out I can eat this and be okay then I eat to much for my portions from the 21 day meal plan and then the next day I feel awful and guilty about doing it…what should I do!?”
I use to be the same way!!!! Everything sounded good and I would rationalize in my mind why I deserve to have what I wanted. I workout so I should be able to eat whatever I want-> Wrong 80% of your results come from the foods you eat. What you eat in Private shows to the PUBLIC =)
I use to think” 1 handful of goldfish are fine, they won’t ruin my progress. But goldfish or sweets every night over the course of months can make a difference!!!!
So put on your big girl pants and visualize a stop sign, the kitchen is closed. Grab some green tea and get your mind busy! Your results depend on your ability to overcome obstacles and flex your will power muscles!!!! Throw the junk and crap away… I had to get rid of Peanut butter for that reason, I would sit and eat it… then another spoonful, one more won’t kill me!
But also have everything prepped so when you get home your snack is ready while you make dinner!!! ALSO start setting times to eat, set alarms on your phone so you eat every 2-3 hours and say ok no fruit after 4pm or NO carbs with dinner…. the more you eat throughout the day… the less you want food at night!!!
ALSO DRINK YOUR WATER! Make sure you drink 8-16 ounces between meals! When you get hungry chug water!
Somoeone posted this picture and it seems wrong, but if you don’t want to be who you were stop acting like that person! CHANGE FOR YOU! Don’t ruin your hard work for a simple snack!
Do you need extra accountability to reach your goals? Join me for a FREE support group to keep you on your toes! Results or Stay the same…. your choice =)
Join us FREE here
How to Keep Your Resolutions All Year!
It takes three months for a behavior to become a habit, so we’ve mapped out a plan to keep you on track through every obstacle.
You think: “I’m going to spend less, work out more and get promoted.” Creating a resolution that’s too big or too vague sets you up for failure. The first key to success: zeroing in on one goal, not three. Then do a quick reality check. “Look at the level of commitment it will require to achieve, and consider if you’ll be able to match it,” says Larry Kubiak, Ph.D., director of psychological services at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. Are you really going to be able to swear off chocolate completely? Unlikely. Limiting your Hershey’s Kisses eating to a few times a week would be much more achievable. Which brings us to the second success tip: getting specific. “The more detailed you can be—’I’m going to save $30 a week by eating out one fewer meal’—the less difficult it is to stay focused on what you have to do to succeed,” Kubiak says.
Make sure when you set a LARGE goal, you are setting smaller goals that will lead to that LARGE GOAL!!! Need Help Setting goals, getting started, or staying on track?!?! MESSAGE ME NOW! I will help you stick to your New Years Resolution!!!