Good Decision Making

15 Aug

The past few weeks have been extremely hectic. My day usually starts between 3:00AM – 3:30AM and concludes around 9PM or 10PM. I haven’t quite yet figured out the time to work on my blog. Bear with me as I figure it out.

Not only is this schedule causing me to focus more and manage my time better, it’s providing numerous opportunities to make decisions that could eventually derail my success.

I have really good excuses reasons to not work out. All can easily be justified. It’s no longer convenient for me to work out. But that’s just it. Success isn’t built around convenience. In fact, success is paved on the road of inconvenience.

Success in weight loss or any other thing isn’t determined by some major life changing event. It’s made up of moments when it’s just as easy to make decisions detrimental to success as it is to make decisions that propel you to your success. It’s the moment when you have to decide do you go work out after driving two hours or do you go home and see your family. Do you buy that peanut butter (my favorite) or chocolate chip cookie in the cafeteria or not. I mean one cookie won’t hurt right? Well not today it won’t. But over time if you keep making that decision, you won’t experience success losing weight. See my point?

It’s not the slight errors in judgement that destroy your success. It’s the slight errors in judgement compounded over time that destroy your success.

So remember it’s those small seemingly insignificant moments of decision that determine whether you’ll experience the success you want. Be it in weight loss or anything else.

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Posted by on 08/15/2012 in Inspirational, Weight Loss


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