I know the only way to get improved results in life is by trying something new and different from the old standard behavior. By changing your mindset, you can accomplish this, embrace a new attitude, it can be uplifting. If you continue to do the same thing and have always done something a certain way...you will always get the same results. Try something different, it can be refreshing and revitalizing!
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One thing people don't like is change. But with change comes growth. Don't run from change. You need to start drinking 8 eight oz glasses of water a day. Don't say, I can't; I don't drink that much water now. I can't change to do that. Sure you can. You need to start moving more. Don't think; I can't make that kind of change. Yes you can!
If you keep doing the thing you always do, expect the thing you always get. Come on, make that change.
Whatever that change might be. Embrace it and see what new things it will do for you. 104
Embrace Change, Even If It's Uncomfortable At First
Getting used to doing things differently, like changing cooking and eating habits and working out (even just fitting a workout in to my day) can make me bristle at times. It's not what I'm "used to". But when I start feeling like this, I ask myself, "Well, how was that old way of life working for you? You have to change habits to expect different results." It sounds so simplistic, and it is, but sometimes that little reminder is what I need to motivate myself to make healthy choices.
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