Becoming the person we want to be is typically a case of taking action—not once, but over and over again. This is hard to do, particularly within a world that ingeniously inserts technology meant to pull us from those actions that we decided we wanted to adopt. Logically, it makes perfect sense to add a workout five days per week, but life is busy and our emotions will often disagree with these plans.
This is unfortunate because working out is a keystone habit—the type of daily action that tends to reverberate in better decision and actions throughout every arena of life. In fact, it is the most important of the three core habits, that Justin Lind and I advocate everyone adopting in our free e-book, The Essential Guide to Self-Mastery.
“It’s remarkable how the mind follows the body. Honestly, I think a lack of understanding or desire to understand that simple evolutionary reality is what inhibits so many people from rapidly improving their lives.”
If you had to choose one thing you could do to enhance your work, your relationships, your attitude, your confidence, and certainly your health, it would be exercise. It not only gives you more time alive on this planet but allows you to do far…