So the theme for last week has been motivation. I’ve had to talk about it in just about every conversation I’ve had.
I’ve had no issue in the past finding ways to motivate myself, from personal crises to sort of “ah-ha,” pant-splitting moments to overcoming insurmountable challenges (which were apparently surmountable. Who knew?).
But this isn’t for me.
I need to borrow your motivation for others. I need to know how you motivate yourself to get through a weight-loss plateau, how you see yourself up that hill you think you can’t climb, how you push through the mental block half way through a long run you think you can’t complete and how you make any dream a reality.
It’s what you tell yourself, what you visualize, what you repeat in your head, over and over to turn a can’t attitude into a can do.
Because, frankly, I’m tired of hearing it from people.
So I want to be armed with the best from others, as sometimes my words of wisdom fall flat, short or on deaf ears.
Hit me with your best shot, kiddos.
Don’t motivate me, motivate others, because I know you do it so well, and lots of people need it.