💪💪💪 We’re on a mission to help one million people RISE by 2030 💪💪💪
📚📚📚 Reading Time: 2 minutes 📚📚📚
👂👂👂 Listen on podcast via www.myrise.co.uk/podcast 👂👂👂
If you’re a frustrated yo-yo dieter and gym disliker who would like to lose 20lbs in 8 weeks while developing lasting healthy habits without having to do boring exercise you hate and give up food you love, then email email@example.com with ‘RISE’ and we’ll send you the information for our online 20lbs weight loss challenges.
Imagine being in an art gallery.
Go on – do it!
You’re in a particular room.
And you don’t like the art in there.
None of it.
You think it’s all pretty rubbish.
And you’re letting everyone know it.
Telling anyone who’ll listen (or won’t) how “that one’s rubbish”.
“I wish this one was different”.
“I don’t like what that artist has done”.
And so on.
What would make more sense?
Move on to the next room, yeah?
Do something about it rather than just complaining?
But we don’t always do the same with other things do we?
We complain about our body.
How it looks and feels.
We complain about our jobs, our income, our career.
We complain about the people in our lives and how they behave.
What they do (or don’t).
Often these things are largely the result of our previous choices.
Would we complain about pears coming off of pear tree when we’ve planted pear seeds?
We get that changing any of these things isn’t as easy as just moving to another room……………
But does that mean our approach should be any different?
The “do something about it or stop complaining” we apply there…………..
Could we just choose to apply that in other areas of our life?
Jon ‘athan Richardson’ Hall