In today’s episode, we’re going to talk about the power of small changes. Over the past ten weeks, I have been taking part in a fitness challenge with my good friend Jonathan Heston. He introduced me to the X3 Bar, which is an exercise training device that uses heavy-duty elastic bands and a 23 and a half-inch long steel bar.
After the 12 weeks, I know now the X3 system is going to be a part of my lifestyle. Like it’s just too simple not to do it. It has given me zero excuses to not workout, and my body is leaning down, it’s toning up my body weight which seems to hang around strong about 166 and a half pounds. My body fat percentage keeps slowly dropping month after month, and it’s being replaced with steady muscle growth.
So what does this have to do with the power of small changes? And how’s it going to help you live your best life? I learned a huge lesson in creating substantial amounts of transformation. And in this episode, I want to share that advice with you.
What You’ll Hear In This Episode
- Why is focusing on small changes renders powerful results compared to targeting big transformations?
- “People do not decide on their futures. They decide their habits and their habits, decide their futures.” – F. Matthias Alexander
- Why is pushing yourself to do big things is unsustainable?
- Why are building habits vital in making progress or changes in your life?
- How does your ego sabotage you in an attempt to keep you playing small?
- How can a habitual way of living help you transform your life?
- Why is it important to evaluate your habits and align them with the life you desire to live?
- “There’s a massive power and small changes.”
- Why should you choose your habits wisely? How can it affect your future?
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