The temptation to give it less than my best does beckon but that is not what I do. So I can't invite those kind of thoughts in to play. I have to do what it takes to get what I want, that is the bottom line. That doesn't mean I don't struggle, and fight. I am all too human, but we humans can do some awful impressive things when we stay focused on the vision and only do what leads to victory.
so the questions I continually ask myself when I am tempted to be my own worst enemy are
Will this action aid me in producing actions that I am proud of?
Will this further ingrain an destructive habit?
Will this action help make my goal a reality?
If I say that is a big negative on either of those questions, then I have to quickly change my thinking and find away to escape the claws of destruction. Usually that is by refocusing on what I do want. Having radiant health and a physically fit body is not a punishment, nor are any of the steps, sacrifices and inconviences that I might have to endure to maintain what I already have and improve upon what the current verision of me.
Do what it takes to maintain your health 24/7 365