Finding The Will To Make Positive Changes

September 21

Finding the inspiration to make changes in your life doesn’t happen to us every day. It usually sneaks in and sort of takes over our thoughts, tugging at our mind and heart. Inspiration is a wonderful feeling, and the idea to lose weight and get fit most always begins with inspiration.

If you have ever felt inspired to make women’s fitness a priority in your life, then you know how strong the feeling can become. It may be grounded in the fact that you need to make changes for your health, or it may come about because you feel the need to lose some weight. Whatever your reasons for wanting to change your body, the inspiration behind it is what fuels your desire.

In order to find the will to make positive changes in your life, you must be willing to act on your inspiration. Don’t let that song die in your heart. You can capture the inspiration and use it to bring your dreams to reality. You just need to act on it before it is gone.

Upon feeling inspired, write down your fitness goals. Make a plan on how you will go about achieving your goal. The plan doesn’t have to be perfect; a rough outline will work in the beginning. Just begin writing to help chisel this idea of fitness into your mind.

Visualize the outcome. Allow yourself the pleasure of imagining how fitness will transform your life. You will look great, feel better and have more energy to accomplish more. Plus you will probably become more content with yourself, just knowing you have achieved something you set out to do. Confidence is one of the many rewards of women’s fitness.

Everyone needs inspiration in their lives; it is like food for our soul. But it is how we use the inspiration that sets us apart from everyone else. If you want to find the will to make positive changes in your life, harness the inspiration that comes to you and take control over your life, starting today.

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One Comment

  1. Good post with solid tips.

    I’ve been recently kicked into high gear again because my friend’s getting married and I am one of her bridesmaids. The last thing I need to be is “that” bridesmaid — the one who sticks out like a sore thumb because she’s overweight and uncomfortable with her body.

  2. Candy Shapiro on 10/10/2011 at 6:12 pm