Hey! – Rob here 👋🏼
Your Daily Health Fix today is about …
Making next week 1% better
If this week didn’t go to plan, forgive yourself. But for next week to have no plan, that’s of bigger concern. Let’s stop that happening now so you get off on the right foot before the week starts.
First, 3 prompt’s you’ve heard before.
1. Do your meal prep. Use our free Meal Planning Templates to front load the decision making so that in the moment you don’t have to think.
2. Block out your schedule to make sure theres non-negotiable time each day for movement and exercise.
3. Deal with the friction points. Remove the obstacles likely to interfere with you plan. Put in place positive friction points to help keep you on track.
Now, one question for you . . .
What is one small action you can take that will make next week 1% better than last?
(examples – eating dinner earlier, going to bed earlier, setting new boundaries at work, reducing caffeine consumption, parking further away to encourage walking). Find your own vice and choose a tiny step that will help you to overcome it.
. . . That’s it for this dose,
Until the next time – Stay Motivated!💪🏼
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