Decision time

Most of us can only prioritise two aspects of our life at once without at least some unintended negative consequences.

Let’s assume that family (whether that’s an actual family or friends who are like family) is always a priority. That leaves us with the capacity to prioritise one more part of our life.

Most of us will have to choose between health/fitness and work.

If we choose health and fitness, our work has to go into maintenance mode. If we decide to focus on work, we have to coast health and fitness.

This doesn’t mean we quit work or rinse our training shoes in aviation fuel. Instead, we’re not going to actively pursue progress.

Here’s where it’s at.

What goals are you going to pursue in the next three months?

What are you willing to put on maintenance?

Because it’s unlikely that you can make progress in all of them at the same time.

If you want to pursue health and fitness goals, I’ve got a few one-on-one coaching spaces open. Reply with your interest, and we’ll chat to see if my coaching program would be a good fit for you.