Serena Williams described her life as a kid this way ” Life was get up at Six o’clock in the morning, go to the tennis court before school. After school, go to the tennis court. But it was consistency. I hate to put it, but its like training an animal. You can’t be sometimey with it”. So this brings us to the third tip.
3. Being Consistent/Make it a habit.
The whole purpose of a routine is to get used to it and be in a position where everything is automatic and you don’t have to think about your next move, its already been decided by YOU. And that’s why being realistic while making a schedule or routine is very important.
4. Breakdown Bigger Goals Into Smaller And More Manageable Tasks.
A lot of times we have big goals we want to achieve e.g getting healthy and losing weight or excelling at that very big upcoming exam which may often feel like a very daunting task and cause you to loose motivation when you don’t feel or see results at first. Breaking it into smaller tasks can help you stay on track and get results. Yes it may take a longer time but its definitely worth it. So if your goal is losing weight, why don’t you break it down by working out 45 minutes a day for 3-4 times a week and then increase it as you go or maybe even meal prepping a healthy set of meals for the week. For me, whenever I accomplish a small task, it gives me a sense of accomplishment, makes me feel good and most importantly motivates me to do more.
With all these tips, I hope you’ve learnt at least a thing to help you push through that daunting task you have ahead of you. But always remember to believe in yourself and trust the process. Because only then can you do and achieve more.

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