Motivation Monday

I absolutely love Mondays.  Maybe I’m a weirdo or maybe I just love what I do!  Today was INSANE!  After my morning  workout (Hammer Plyo), I went to work then after work set up a display at the kids daycare to try to find other moms I could help bring into my support group. 
This week I am going to focus on our mind. I really think our mind is our most powerful tool.

The #1 thing we need to do is BELIEVE. Believe in yourself. Believe in your abilities. This goes for everything in life, not just fitness. Positive affirmations are so important, and coupled with hard work and consistency you can be unstoppable!

A few months ago I was considering quitting coaching. It takes time and sometimes I’m tired. Then I listened to a coach call by one of the top coaches in the organization she said “don’t quit 5 minutes before your miracle.” 

 For some odd reason this quote stuck in my brain so hard. Every time I want to quit ANYTHING I just think, If I stay consistent, and keep taking small steps, who know’s where I’ll end up?

Since then I have met some of the most phenomenal women, reconnected with old friends, and created new friendships. I don’t know where coaching will lead me, but I don’t want to quit 5 minutes before my miracle. Maybe I will meet someone that will change my life? So many of you already have.  

What are some things you are working on in your life that you don’t feel 100% confident about? Write them down. Then tell yourself that you will achieve your goal and make sure you have an action plan in place to get there. Small steps, every day. Stay consistent, keep pushing. I don’t want you to quit before your miracle!

In other news, I came home today to this absolutely gorgeous bouquet from my husband with a thoughtful card and some chocolate.  He also wrote really sweet cards for both of our children.  I will have to save them forever!  

  
The kids were also so adorable tonight.  Sam wanted to put Jimmy to bed so she told him when he was done with his apple to come upstairs and she would read him a story then stay for 1 minute before lights out.  We listed from downstairs.  Jimmy got 4 books out of the deal but it was so sweet listening to them talk to eachother.  They were reading a look and find book and whenever Sam made a match Jimmy would say “good job!” And give a high 5 with so much enthusiasm.   Their love and laughter is amazing.

  

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