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Tuesday
Sep262017

Why most people fail at Health & Fitness and other Endeavors

I was at a “raw raw” Multilevel marketing meeting the other day and something really hit home for me. I’m not even going to mention the name of the business since it does not matter for the purpose of this video as this info is for everyone.

The main guest speakers really focused on what the difference was between people that where successful in “Blank Business” and why so many people are not successful. You may think it comes down to how much a person wants or needs something but this simply is not the case. At the end of the day it comes down to simply who does something about it. We are all guilty of saying to ourselves, I’m going to do this or that, but then we do nothing at all or make a pathetic attempt with zero follow up. And then we claim that it was too hard or it’s just not for me.

This really hit home for me since I see the exact same problems for people who want to get healthier and eat better. They all want to lose weight and get stronger and look better. They all have virtually the exact same resources to get it done. So why do some people achieve their Health and Fitness goals and some people do not?

I can tell you it has nothing to do with their workout program, it has nothing to do with their diet. It has everything to do with following through and with what they decided they where going to do. It’s more than simply making a decision to do something. You need to actually go ahead and create a plan and then follow up with your plan even if it’s just a little something every day. This sounds simple right, so why do so many people fail at this?

I want to include myself in this behavior also, I’m guilty of failing miserably and not following up with decisions I’ve made. Not so much in the health and fitness side of things since over time I have gained a level of confidence and know how to make that side of my life a reality but the area that I struggle with the most is with financial goals. I have had plenty of opportunities to get involved in business ventures and for what ever reason I have not followed through on many of them. I failed because I never really gave it a proper chance. I didn’t create a plan and if I did then I didn’t follow through with the plan. So for me it’s time to do something about it and think or talk a little bit less about it

Here’s what I plan to do. I am creating a group of like minded people Interested in one or more of the following: Health & Fitness, Food & Diet, Healthy Aging and yes, Improving your current financial situation. I am strictly looking for people that want to make real positive changes in their lives. There will be a heavy focus on Isagenix products within this group as I feel Isagenix offers fantastic solutions to all of the pre-mentioned points of interest this group will be offering and the Isagenix business is the financial endeavor that I am focusing on. If you want to be involved in this group and have different business endeavors that’s OK just be sure to respect that this group will be focussing on Isagenix products and do not use this group to promote your business venture. Much of the information will be universal for any business and of course many people in this group will be here for Health and Fitness support, perhaps they are happy with their current financial situations. If you are also interest in Isagenix products to aid in your Health and Fitness and or create a financial income stream then by tapping into this group you will have a support community behind you along with my personal assistance in helping you succeed.

All right, so who wants to join me and actually do something about it? Not just talk about getting in shape or eating better or making more money… If this is you then let me know over on my Facebook Page and I will add you to the Team GetFitOver40 Facebook Group where we are going to be focussing on these topics.

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