Searching for workout motivation? New years resolutions and any sustainable change include awareness first. Helena Green in Red Deer specializes in personal growth. Being the best that you can be involves taking the time to know who you are, including your habits. From there you may create a vision of how you may improve. With that goal, you are able to establish the steps you need to complete to get there.
New Years resolutions may include plans for the best ways to lose weight, positive affirmations, eating healthy, quitting smoking or creating healthy habits. No matter what specific behavior you want to focus on, you have already taken the first step in your awareness. You have focused on something that you wish to change.
Since we are creatures of habit, it takes effort and commitment to stay the course of doing something differently. Yet it only requires 28 days to change your long-standing way of doing things to your new behavior. In this relatively short period of time, your mind and body become attuned to your new pattern and goal.
Most of all, workout motivation and just about anything else you are reaching for is a matter of making the decision. Once you through your heart over, the rest will follow. When people commit to an idea with everything they are - mind, body and spirit - the world seems to nourish that vision. At the same time, a balance of optimism and realism is needed for sustainable change.
The time is now for making the choice to be all that you can be in your workout motivation and your personal development in general. Counselling for the Health of It is in your corner to help with not only your vision clarity but also find the resources to be successful. Sustainable change is in your power to achieve.
Deep Listening. Clarity. Going Forward.
Helena Green, RPC MPCC EFTCP CCIP
Master Practitioner in Clinical Counselling
Registered Professional Counsellor
Certified Compassionate Inquiry Practitioner
Certified Energy & Somatic Psychology
Counselling for the Health of It
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