How do you keep yourself on track?
I, like many others, have often set intentions for the forthcoming week but without accountability, often have found myself failing. After all, if there is so no-one there to check in on you, it’s easy to tell yourself that it’s okay, you will try again next week.
This has happened to me so many times in the last year that I am kind of getting tired of myself and last week, decided to try something new.
You see I have a goal. To lose 7kg before November and kick my sugar addiction. Not only that, I wanted to get back into doing HIIT workouts every morning before work with @jamesknighttransformation online. There is no point pretending that you will work out after work, it just never happens!
On the first Monday of my new regime, I signed into the Zoom class. My PT welcomed me back and before he could say anything I told him that I would be doing his class every morning from now on. There! I had said it and immediately I was accountable. If I let him down, I let myself down and vice versa.
The reason I am sharing this story is that holding yourself accountable is so important to help you achieve your goals. If you have plans for your life share them with the special person in your life, that way they can hold you accountable and help you along your way.