Two simple steps you need to change your life.
These two steps are the guaranteed way for how to change your life . . . if you do them.
I told you this is simple. You have to start!
And, in order to start, you have to decide.
You won’t ever get to know how to change your life if you don’t decide to take this simple step and start.
- Start . . . even if you think you’re not ready.
- Start . . . even if you’re scared.
- Start . . . even if you think you’ll fail.
- Start . . . even if you have no one to encourage you.
- Start . . . especially when you don’t have it all figured out.
- Start . . . all you need right now is one small step.
Your challenge is to make the decision to get moving. You can adjust your plan as you go along. You’ll have to adjust even if you’ve already made a detailed plan of how to change your life. No plan survives intact when released into the real world.
2. Don’t stop.
Here is the sure way to fail and stay stuck in your rut — quit. I used to be good at quitting. And it took me decades to figure out that “don’t stop” was the way to change my life.
This two step formula will change your life.
This formula is simple. But it’s not easy. And you’ll feel resistance even at the point of “make a decision to change your life.” This resistance is what keeps most people always wanting a change, and yet few ever really take steps to make a change.
Others have done it. You can too!
Full disclosure here . . . I watched hundreds of stories like Jason Cohen’s–in the video below–and never took the first step. I never made the decision to start. You may be like me . . . or, rather, like I used to be.
Here’s the thing . . . these stories will keep your dream alive until you’re ready to take the steps to change your life. So take 16 minutes and watch Jason’s story. If he can do it, you can too.
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Your not a runner? No problem! Life is an ultra-marathon. You need a long-game mindset to succeed at whatever goal you go for.