Hopefully this report has helped you identify an area of your life that you would like to improve. Changes do not always have to be large and even minor changes can bring about huge lifestyle improvements. For example losing 10 or 20 lbs can lead to you not needing to take a medication anymore.
If you do have a large goal then break it down into smaller segments and then take each segment and work on that until you have achieved it. This way you will stay motivated as you will feel that you are climbing up the ladder and your main objective is getting closer with each rung that you climb.
As we mentioned earlier if you need to lose 50 or more pounds, then break it down into goals of 5 or 10 pounds. As you reach each milestone applaud your achievement and feel proud of yourself. If you can lose 10 pounds once you can lose it again! By thinking in this way your goal will quickly decrease. But you also have to be sensible and realise that some goals will take a long time to achieve and this is where staying motivated is so important.
If you do have a weight loss or lifestyle change as a goal taking pictures of your journey is a good way of seeing your progress. If you slip up or feel your motivation lagging then go back and look at where you were and then compare it to how far you have come. Why not set up that Pinterest board that we talked about earlier?
We all know and understand that sometimes life gets in the way and your motivation may suffer. When emergencies and family issues arise then do what you have to to take care of them. Once the situation is under control then refocus on your goals. You don’t ever have to give up attaining your goals, instead just place them on hold for a couple of days and then jump right back into them again.
I would love to hear all about your motivational success or struggles. Feel free to connect with me to share by visiting my blog or you can join me on Facebook or check out my Pinterest board with my own motivational quotes and pictures.
Thanks for reading.