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January 12, 2018 “Have a NO MESS Year”

Happy No Mess New Year. The New Year means nothing if your mind is still boxed up in its comfort zone. During our Thursday circuit training session, I kept saying “Get your mind right”. I could tell by looking at many of my client’s faces as I demonstrated certain exercises, that they weren’t feeling it, some even let out sighs when it was time for them to do it. If you already think you can’t do something then you will half try or won’t do it at all. My goal for you in 2018 is for you to be open-minded to new experiences, erase excuses, appreciate little and big accomplishments, grow from failure, embrace tasks to come and face obstacles dead on. I want you to live your best NO MESS life!

Don’t just think outside the box in 2018…Think like there is no box. Free your mind! How? Start by asking yourself better questions.

Questions that break you away from all the distractions in your life, so you can refocus your thoughts on what matters most…YOU:

In one sentence, who are you?
In one word, what do you live for?
What is your WHY?
What is worth the pain?
What will you NEVER give up on?
What do you always try to avoid?
What is something you take for granted every day?
What do you need most right now?
What don’t you like when you look in the mirror?
Happiness to me is_______?
What impact do you want to leave on the people you love?
Is my health the best it could be?
What’s something that used to scare you, that no longer does?
What do you look forward to?
What recently reminded you of how fast times flies?
What is your go-to excuse(s) for not eating healthy?
What is your go-to excuse(s) for not exercising?
On a scale of 1-10, how would you rank your quality of life?
What does NO MESS mean to you?

It happens way too often that we lose ourselves in life. It’s important to take some time and reflect on who and where we are today mentally. The questions you ask yourself on a regular basis can determine the type of person you become. Self-questioning, when leveraged effectively and consistently, gradually frees your mind to focus on what matters most.

Above all, what you need to remember is that it’s not the answers you get from others, but the questions you ask yourself that will help you grow stronger.

So, I challenge you to re-read and reference all the questions above throughout 2018. And keep in mind that they have no right or wrong answers. Because asking the right questions of yourself, regularly, is the answer and answering the questions can lead you to a NO MESS life. Can I Get It?

No Mess

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