New Beginnings

Three Simple Steps to Restart; Repeat as Needed

The time has come.

Whether it’s just another Tuesday and you haven’t arrived where you expected to be, it’s just passed the New Year and you’ve forgotten about those life-changing resolutions you made, it’s your birthday today and you’re ready to redesign your whole life, or it’s your birthday tomorrow and you’re ready to do exactly that. Whatever the case, there is still time for success. regardless of your age, the season, the day of the week, or any other external factors. The right moment to start again is right now. This article outlines three reasons why it is imperative that you fulfil your aspirations, intents, and wishes right now.

Just Get Going

Get up. As of right now. Stop reading this post, get to your feet, take a few deep breaths, and stretch. Reverse the numbers: 5-4-3-2-1. Go when you reach one! Go take one step in the direction of your objective. I actually did it. I halted my writing. climbed to his feet and entered the kitchen. Drinking a gallon of water every day is one of my objectives. I snatched up my water bottle, downed a few energising gulps of cool water, and then returned the bottle to my desk. Anything that makes us feel a little uneasy, our brain will attempt to convince us otherwise. I discovered the 5-4-3-2-1 approach from Mel Robbins’ excellent book, “The Five Second Rule.” It has a significant impact on completing objectives. Although I highly recommend it, you don’t have to read the entire book to gain from her insight. Procrastination keeps you from fulfilling many of your goals, whether you know you want to exercise, start your taxes, or clear a place.

Don’t worry about it when you have an urge or when the time has come to go outside for a walk. Go ahead and count backwards from five! Act right now. Right now is the only moment you have in your life. You can’t start again by going back in time, no matter what your aim is. You cannot reach the goal by travelling through time. The moment to act is now because you are living in the present. Countdown and leave rather than allowing your mind to convince you to eat more chips, watch one more episode of the show you are binge watching, or press the snooze button. Take the next step towards realising your goal by launching yourself into it.

Break Some Laws

Too many rules exist. restrictions on what we should consume. What we ought to hydrate. When should we exercise. When we should start saving money, have children, or retire. You may be prevented from reaching your goals by too many rules. You lose sight of why you first set the goal when you are preoccupied with counting every carb, calculating your BMI, or saving this much money. Most people make goals because they think that by achieving them, they will feel better. We’ll feel better about ourselves, be more healthy, and feel safer. Your motivations should take precedence over a set of regulations that someone else made.

It might be helpful to start going in a certain direction by adhering to a workout regimen, savings plan, or certain diet. The difficulty arises when you skip a day due to illness or are unable to follow the strict guidelines due to a genuine life situation. Yes, it helps people become more resilient to adversity. Yes, overcoming challenges makes you stronger. But on occasion, we give up when we break the rules or diverge from the plan. We completely give up. Let go of the rules instead of giving up because you made a mistake and ate some cake or spent more money than you had planned to.

Get rid of the pressure to strictly follow a made-up set of rules. Be aware of your body. It doesn’t necessarily follow that consuming 800 calories a day, as recommended by a body builder, is optimum for your body. When used as recommendations, rules are acceptable. In the long term, pay attention to your body, believe in your gut, and keep going. Regardless matter whether you breached the rules, go forward.

What Did You Anticipate?

You won’t frequently experience disappointment when you learn to control your expectations and maintain them in line with reality. We all have high standards for our actions and the anticipated results when we establish objectives. Your objectives and goals are hit with a curve ball by reality. Yes, you had plans to run a mile every day at sunrise. You haven’t ran more than a block in years, and you neglected to account for the fact that it’s snowing. Or perhaps you had intended to start saving 10% of your weekly income but had not budgeted for the need for new tyres.

Your aspirations might be crushed by little setbacks, and whatever advancement you’ve made in bettering your life will be undone. It’s a terrific method to control expectations to set reasonable goals. In addition to the real aims or goals, you might also become disappointed when you don’t perform as expected. When you’re feeling defeated, giving up is simple. Instead of completely giving up, give yourself a break. Life takes place. That is true. How can you proceed now that you know the facts?

You are only capable of doing what you are willing to accomplish. Cut yourself some slack rather than beating yourself up for having unreasonable expectations. From five, start the countdown. Start now and carry out your wishes. How does your instinct feel? You may attain your objectives and intents by following these three simple procedures, one at a time. begin right away. Then disregard some laws. Manage your own expectations lastly. You have a chance to start again every day, just where you are. Good luck in your endeavours, whatever they may be! I have faith in you.

Listening to your heart while making choices can mean different things to different people. For some, it means tapping into their emotions and intuition to guide their decision-making process. For others, it means connecting with a higher power or spiritual force to seek guidance and clarity. Regardless of the interpretation, the idea is to trust your gut and follow your inner guidance when faced with tough decisions. This can lead to more authentic and fulfilling choices, as well as a deeper connection with oneself and the world around us. This book tells you how. Grab your copy of my new book here –


3 Comments Add yours

  1. sicetnon3 says:

    I sat at the counter, ate a piece of papaya and took a sip of coffee. Thank you!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. GS says:

      Hahaha good start to the day!!


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