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and if you’re listening to this right now during your holiday week, you really are a true fan.
I’m going to keep this short, because I just want to talk with you as a friend, maybe even as a coach or mentor.
I think this is something really important to keep in mind as you’re thinking about your body and your habits right now, and what you want to do this next year.
Ski season is here!
I remember, one time being on the chairlift with my youngest and he was particularly frustrated, he said, “Mom, every time I try I just fall, and I’m just not very good at this and I want to quit.”
I said, “I know, buddy, there’s a lot of falling when you’re first starting out, but if you can stick with it, you’re going to get better and better.”
Perfectionism, and its close cousin the all-or-nothing mentality, has killed more plans and sabotaged more health goals than anything else.
And the more I observe, the more I notice that a lot of this perfectionism stems from the “Trying” mentality.
But what we fail to see is that inevitably with the “Trying” mentality is that you can only get a pass or fail grade. You either did it successfully or you failed, and so you just say you’re going to try again.
And when we’re trying to accomplish something like changing a habit, we see it through that lens of I either did it perfectly, or I failed and I need to try again.
Let’s go back to those same habits I mentioned earlier that you’ve probably been trying to do and switch out the words…
Do you catch the difference? It’s no longer pass/fail… it’s no longer all-or-nothing or perfect or imperfect.
It’s a mindset of progress.
Going back to my son on the slopes, guess what? It’s been a couple years since he started skiing, and he’s much better. He has way more confidence. He knows how to move and control his body. He knows how to operate the equipment.
As this year is coming to an end, and you’re anxious to jump into what this next year brings, make this slight shift in your mentality moving forward.
Whether you’re 30 or 60, whether you’re in great shape right or you’ve got a long ways to go, you’re in a training process. And here are my three final parting words of wisdom:
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