One thing that we struggle with as a society is a need for instant gratification. I’m sure you can relate with me that when I get pumped about doing something, I go in 110% and a week later I burned myself out. I don’t see results from my hard week’s work and I say to myself “I’m putting all this time and energy into this goal and I don’t see any improvement…oh well.” I never actually say “I give up” or “I quit!” I just find a lot of excuses for me to stop and that makes me feel better about “quitting.” But this is all about to CHANGE!
I am realizing that in order for me to be successful, at anything, I have to make small steps on a daily basis. I’m changing my mindset that I don’t need instant gratification on the things I do. It’s what I do over a period of time that truly defines me and makes me successful. I also want to show my kids the fruits of my labor. (No pun intended!) To show them that you have to work hard to reach your goals.CONTINUE READING