Are you perhaps more consistent than you think? Do you have struggles on what areas you need to be more sustainable and what to compromise?
In this Insights episode, I will share my best practices to have stability on every mental or physical activity to achieve more improvements and better results.
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Topics Discussed in this episode:
- Redefining consistency
- How to recalibrate your mind to make significant improvements
- How to assess things to keep up with and to trade off
- The concepts and methodologies to apply to have sustainability and consistency
- Negotiables and non-negotiables. Know what you are willing to compromise on and what not to compromise on.
- Make slow and sustainable changes that you can manage on a consistent basis.
- Over time, those little changes you are making will amount to something far greater.
- Applying Sir Dave Brailsford’s concept that when you’re improving 1% on 5 or 6 different things, you’re getting a potential 5 to 6 gains. This idea applies to make improvements to your sleep, mental health, energy, body composition, digestion, and overall fitness.
- Be clear on the things to compromise.
- Write down your negotiables and non-negotiables.
- Think more of the nutritional gain than overwhelming enjoyment
- Know your real intention before you do things
- Understand how you feel about the things you are doing
- Create small but manageable changes
“Consistency is being crystal clear on your negotiables and your non-negotiables”
“Rather than looking for something really big to make a change about, make it small and focus on the number of small changes that can have a far bigger effect”.
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