Thomas Edison is quoted along the lines that achieving a goal is “One percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration.”
The Changeology Step 3 of Perspire lasts at least 30 days. It’s followed by the Persevere and Persist steps which round out and end the 90-day action plan.
Two prior goals I’ve already achieved using the Changeology method.
One was to wear makeup every day to my job. The other was to wear jeans to my job only 2 days a week. In fact I rarely wear jeans at all to my job anymore. And I do apply makeup in the morning before I go there.
Controlling the environment as regards these two goals was simple:
Placing my makeup in a cosmetics case and keeping the case on the bathroom sink ledge for easy and quick access.
Storing the jeans in an out-of-the way rack. Placing the pants front-and-center hanging in my everyday closet.
While I buckle down in the Perspire step I’m going to write in here about other fitness and nutrition topics.
I want to write about these things to give readers hope.
There’s a lot of confusing, conflicting, and downright contentious information about health that is passed off as the only right approach to living your life.
Remember: my claim to fame is that I wrote a book titled Left of the Dial. I see things differently and think differently from most people.
What I know to be true is that a dose of common sense is required when tackling problems that seem insurmountable.
Isn’t a 90-day action plan a short time frame in which to accomplish a goal that has the potential to become permanent for the rest of your life?
In a coming blog entry I’m going to focus on how I lost 20 pounds as a young woman and kept most of that weight off.
In fact I weigh the same at 53 as I did at 40. This indicates I know something about which I speak.
You could get toned lifting all the dozens of diet books that are published each year.
My goal is this: to empower readers not only to dare to dream but to actually do what you dream of.
More on how I lost weight and kept it off in the coming blog entries.