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3 things you did well today challenge

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One of the challenges we all face is the human tendency for negative bias. My life has improved significantly since taking this challenge and not taking myself too seriously, to post a picture like that as a 'professional' ouch, as if! But you're not reading this because you want perfect, you're reading this to hopefully access a different part of yourself you aren't currently and here is a little tool to do it.  

The image of the 'bully' style PT, yelling, cursing and shaming people through a workout is one we do our best to change in our environment; the reality is most of us are good enough at doing that to ourselves. It makes the session far less enjoyable. Rather than excitedly anticipating the next session to see how you've improved, that exercise style usually brings anxiety about "what the hell are they going to do to me next". I remember training an ex-contestant of the biggest loser, and that 'last chance' workout speaks right to that same anxiety and negative bias. While the internal voice of doubt grows and grows, training the very thing we don't want to, 

So in the spirit of building, not breaking you, here is a challenge. For the next week, at the end of each day, instead of counting your calories or doing the 'good, bad food calculations, ' write down three things you did well for the day.
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They don't have to be anything record-breaking; it might just be turning up to work when you didn't feel like it. Don't underestimate how hard this is. Challenging you to think of your day/ actions and ultimately yourself in a more positive light gives you the chance to access something you didn't realise was within you. 

Cheers to your top three today (here is a freebie, getting to the end of this). 

Yours in health 

Sean Cornish

 


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