Which one do you prefer? If you’re like the millions of people in the world frantically eating their “last” donut today before they start fresh tomorrow, I already know your answer. You see tomorrow morning every fitness gym in America will have a few extra visitors.
People desperate to start a new routine. People desperate to change who they were just the day before. Some will still have the icing of that last donut on their fingers as they lace up their new sneakers. You see out of those millions of resolutions that were made, most will be broken by the weekend.
I know what you’re thinking. How dare I tell you that you might fail! I don’t know what you’re made of! Aren’t I supposed to be the guy that speaks about positivity? All those responses are true but I’m not writing this to make you feel better. I’m writing you this to let you know the reason your resolutions don’t make it to February.
The definition of the word resolution is, “the act of finding an answer or solution to a conflict, problem etc.” Now if you break that down a little further, all we’re doing is looking for an answer, it doesn’t say anything about what to do once we find it. That is why I want you to try a new approach this year. Screw the resolution, start a revolution.
A revolution is “a complete change from one constitution to another, or modification of an existing constitution”. That my friend sounds like a plan of action. Revolt against your old mindset, revolt against your comfort zone, and revolt against that little voice in your head saying that you cant accomplish anything you put your mind, heart, and soul to.
I’m starting a revolution today who’s with me?