Have you ever set a goal for your health (or in your life) that you felt super excited about?!
Those first few days (or weeks) feel easy. You’re committed as hell… but then your commitment wanes.
Maybe something unexpected came up, or maybe your motivation just started disappearing without explanation.
Before you know it you’re spending more time convincing yourself why it’s ok to give up then you are on trying to achieve the goal itself.
Can you relate?
Staying motivated and committed can be a huge challenge! I know it used to be for me.
One of the biggest things that helped me solve my commitment/motivation challenges was flooding my mind with positive information and ideas.
I do this by reading personal development books. Now I’m hooked! I’d much rather read these books than watch TV since TV doesn’t do anything to make my life better like reading does.
Plus, audiobooks are great for making workouts or commuting time even more productive.
Here are my top 5 favorite books to supercharge your motivation/commitment:
This changed my life! Vulnerability connects. Even though it feels scary, when you share your true self (struggles and all) your life will transform. Start by admitting to someone that you’re having trouble staying motivated. It’s not a bad thing. When you admit it you may get just the help you need.
If you’re feeling stuck in any area of your life, this is a MUST read. Let Mastin guide you through a 40-day journey to get you unstuck and discover your purpose in life. When you know your purpose, commitment becomes easier because you naturally gravitate towards activities that align with it (and excite you).
A powerful take on how to handle challenges and suffering from someone who spent 3 years in Nazi concentration camps during WWII. A must read to put things in perspective!
Did you know there are only 6 core habits that move the needle to make someone a high performer? I love this book because Brendon did a TON of research when putting it together. It’s perfect if you’re the kind of person that wants to know there’s hard evidence behind what you read.
This book covers all the important principles of personal development in one place, and it’ll make you laugh! And you’ll gain some insights into what may be holding you back. You’re going to love it 😁
Which one are you going to read first?
P.S. What do you need the most help with right now? Comment below to let me know!