Do you ever feel like you don’t have time? Trust me, I’ve told myself the same thing many times.
In fact, it wasn’t until I addressed my own misconceptions about my actual time that I started making real progress with my body, my business and my general progress.
I know what it feels like. I hear so often things like:
- “I don’t have time to work out”
- “I don’t have time to prepare meals”
- “I don’t have time to go out for a walk”
However, we always seem to find time when we see something as a higher priority.
I’d magically find time if I wanted a nap, or I was invited to play golf, or if the boys were going for a beer.
None of those pursuits had a long-term benefit, but I was distracted by the short-term attraction.
I have coached many people who strongly believed they didn’t have time, but with a few small changes to their perception of what was actually essential, we achieved some incredible results.
Moreover, this meant they chose to continue these practices because they enjoyed the long-term results more than the short-term pleasures.
Feeling great in your body and your clothes will ultimately allow you to enjoy social occasions even more, while receiving compliments and questions on how you did it.
When all you’ve ever said is that “it’s impossible, I don’t have the time” then of course you have very little chance of correcting this alone.
If you struggle with telling yourself that you don’t have time to look how you want to look, then please send me a private message as I’d love to help you remove the confusion and show you how you can.
Michael Canas is a highly sought after online coach. He specialises in coaching business leaders, entrepreneurs and busy professionals through complete physical transformations.
Utilising a background in psychology as well as fitness coaching, Michael helps business leaders take charge of their bodies so they can look, feel and perform better both inside the boardroom and outside it.
This article is not intended as a substitute for the medical advice of physicians. The reader should regularly consult a physician in matters relating to his/her health and particularly with respect to any symptoms that may require diagnosis or medical attention.