Facing Nagging Thoughts and Achieving Your Goals

This week, I’ve been discussing the idea that there’s no one-size-fits-all when it comes to fitness. Solid state cardio, weightlifting, high-intensity interval training – they’re not everyone’s cup of tea. The key is finding what your body craves, what makes you feel alive. Trust me, your body’s meant to move, and the more you move, the more alive you’ll feel.

Yesterday was a typical evening, and I’ve got some business after-hours events on my agenda. But around 4:30 PM, I start feeling drained. I’ve worked all day, and I’m tempted to call it a night, skip the event. You ever have those moments when something nags at you? That inner voice that says, “You don’t need to do that.”

It’s like a cosmic struggle within, a tug of war. Some call it the small, still voice, others might say it’s the devil tempting you away from what you know you should do. It’s a psychological phenomenon. The thing you need most is the thing you’d rather avoid, right? In stories, treasures are always guarded by dragons, and to reach them, you have to face the dragon. Classic hero stuff.

Here’s the thing I want to drive home: if something nags at you, if there’s a conversation waiting to happen, a plan you’re avoiding, or a person you’re hesitant to approach, tackle it head-on. Don’t let that nagging feeling persist. Give yourself permission to chase after it. It’s like facing the dragon – sure, you might get a little burnt, but you’ll leave with the treasure.

So, let this week be the week you take action. Whatever’s been nagging at you, confront it. Whether it’s a challenging conversation, a fitness plan, or a step toward your dreams, face it with courage. Don’t let doubt and fear hold you back. When you face your dragons, you’ll find your treasure. That’s the beauty of embracing those nagging feelings.

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