It is time to take control of what it means to be a modern, ambitious, dynamic, and athletic woman! We want to empower women to achieve success through confidence on their own terms, be it at the gym, at their workplace, and even at home.
Confidence and empowerment are multi-dimensional and translate across pretty much everything we do in life. If we can bring about a difference in attitude and shift our mindset away from our own limiting beliefs, we can impact our behaviors and decisions to strive for greatness in our lives.
The key to achieving your goals and building a better version of yourself is in the way you approach it.
Your attitude matters. Your mindset matters.
This will also set the tone for the way you approach your life, be it your wins, your losses, your achievements, your failures, your relationships, your work, and your body.
Here are some steps to get you started:
1. Write Down your Goals
If you are setting a weight loss goal, on top of wearing Waist Hugs, make sure you factor in exercising at least twice a week and eating healthy. Click here for some suggestions on meal plans.
Write down both big and small goals. Keep it honest and be realistic. If you currently don’t exercise, resolving to go to F45 for HITT training 5 days a week isn’t sensible (and you will probably give up after one week).
Slow and steady wins the race!
2. Take Actionable Steps
Start small. Set up a daily to-do list and make sure that you are accountable for it. Baby steps go a long way when it comes to weight loss or achieving your goals.
You will try to figure things out and through the process, you might fail, but through failure, you will learn how to get back up again and move towards the right course of action.
Practicing this concept will eventually help you adopt a strong growth mindset because you do not let your failures define or derail you.
3. Inspect the negative voice in your head
Acknowledge that these thoughts are just part of being human. Everyone has them. Don’t try to push them away or repress them. Be real with yourself. Inspect them and understand the origins of why they are there. This process of evaluating your negative thoughts will help bring about a healthy and objective awareness to the sources of your negativity or anxiety.
4. Accept yourself as you are
Once you have figured out the origins of the negative voice in your head, start introducing positive changes and committing yourself to personal growth, be it losing weight or working hard to prove to your boss that you deserve that promotion. Instead of focusing on the flaws, focus on the things you can change and improve on. The key is to constantly remind yourself that you are good enough - but - you can also improve yourself to become better.
This will prompt you to take action while at the same time, accept the reality that you are sufficient. This is also crucial for you to lead a happy and fruitful life. Slowly, over time, with practice, the negative voice in your head will start to diminish.
5. Always review your progress
Working hard can get you far, but working smart can take you further. Take a step back, track your fitness and life goals on a weekly basis to make sure you are headed in the right direction.
Let your attitude and mindset dictate your journey towards a new and better version of yourself. And most importantly, enjoy the journey!