How many times in your life can you recall a pivotal moment when you knew you needed to make change?
That moment made you realise you had to draw a line in the sand and stick to it! Maybe you were frustrated by your old habits, routines, procrastination or own negativity.
Perhaps you were or right now are done with:
- A boss or peers that take you for granted, and you are sick of spending each day with them
- A relationship that, if truth be known, needs to end or be mended
- Wasting precious time comparing yourself to others
- Feeling like you are not good enough or deserving of success and happiness
- Being frozen with procrastination or lack of motivation
These moments give you a choice of continuing to accept what you don’t like and find unfulfilling. Or, you can choose a new path.
You CAN draw a line in the sand and make the change you know you need and deserve.
What if today was the day you chose to transform and change your life?
Are you going to choose to:
- Take care of your mental health and emotional wellbeing
- Prioritise your physical fitness
- Sort out your finances and financial security for the future
- Have career satisfaction
- Assert healthy boundaries
- Let go of unsupportive or soul-destroying relationships
- Stop worrying about the opinions of others
- Be in a great relationship with the most important person in your life…YOU
There is no magic pill
Unfortunately, saying to yourself and others that you are drawing a line in the sand is not a magic pill.
All change requires effort, determination and acceptance that the change you want is outside your comfort zone and because of this, it will be hard and uncomfortable.
However, the good news is that it will be worth all your effort. So worth it! Whilst it may be bloody hard at times, and you may feel like giving up, it CAN be done, and YOU can do it.
It doesn’t matter how many times you have tried before today can be the day.
What I know for sure
We now know that through evidence-based research, there are strategies to help you to change your neurological pathways. By changing our brains, we can literally change our lives for the better.
In line with this research, there are key indicators that will tell you if you will successfully make the meaningful change you want. Without them, we see our line in the sand fade into the distance for yet another year.
The main indicator of success is being committed to structured and incremental learning and applying new cognitive, emotional and physical routines and practices. The other success indicator is uncompromising and supportive accountability to ensure motivation and momentum no matter how many steps are taken forwards, sideways or backwards.
This is why I developed Line in The Sand
There is no better time than now to draw a line in the sand and have the support you need to keep yourself accountable and motivated towards your goal.
I have this saying…..If you could do it alone, you would have already done it by now.