I’m sure you’ve heard the phrase, “it’s easier said than done.”
It’s true and the words make sense.
But its used as an excuse.
When asked why an action hasn’t been taken in one’s life, some people quickly respond saying that it’s easier said than done.
Of course it is, but that doesn’t mean you can’t do it.
“You can make the time to exercise more.”
“Well that’s easier said than done!”
“ I see that you’ve fallen off track again. Tomorrow’s a new day just get back to it.”
“ it’s easier said than done! I’ll start again next week.”
The list is endless
Why am I spending so much time on a simple phrase? Because the words we use say a ton about what’s really going on.
You can be scared
You can fall off your program
You will not, nor should not be “perfect”
That’s all fine
Just please be honest with yourself and with others about why you are choosing to not act on what you say you want to achieve
We prioritize our priorities. Always.
If you don’t want something, that’s fine.
If you do, like really do, you’ll prioritize it.
Get after it