2. Stop Thinking, Start Doing | Get Back On Track

As the “world’s most disciplined man” Craig Ballantyne said, “Action beats anxiety, motion beats meditation, work beats worry.”Sometimes sitting around thinking is the worst thing you can do.Overthinking drains your energy making the problem feel overwhelming, and is the best way to hold yourself back from taking action.Instead, take consistent small action.Every great journey began with a single step.Action cures perfectionism. It helps you create momentum to keep the ball rolling.

3. Celebrate Your Victories | Get Back On Track

Let’s say you’re trying to get into the habit of working out but you’ve ditched the resolution and haven’t seen the inside of a gym in a while.To reignite your fire, keep it simple and start by doing some push ups or body-weight lunges at home.Celebrate this small victory. Pat yourself on the back, get excited, and jump around. Change your physiology to change your mindset.Small victories lead to bigger results. Your brain loves celebration as the feel of good chemical dopamine is released, thus ‘training’ your brain to seek more results.Now think, what other kinds of victories can you get? Start doing anything you’ve been putting off in small doses and then celebrate!

Victories, no matter how big or small, can change your mood and help you keep going. Creating a new habit in the process.

4. Accountability Is KEY | Get Back On Track

Sometimes you just need someone else to support you on your quest, whether it’s to lose weight, start a business or change the world.Accountability can be a great way to help you stay disciplined.Don’t be too proud to enroll in a program or hire a coach to help you stay consistent and maintain productivity.Over time, discipline does become an automatic habit even when you normally you might of put it off.

Don’t let your lazy brain and feelings get in the way of creating the life of your dreams.

Forget what you feel, remember what you deserve.

Source: https://www.fearlessmotivation.com/2019/02/13/get-back-on-track/

Author: Michael Leonard.