When you resolve to do something, whether or not you actually follow it through, can have a profound impact both now and in the future.
You see, I believe that your brain is watching.
If you stick to what you set out to do - lose weight, write a book, run a marathon - your brain starts to believe in you more and more.
But when you don’t follow through, the opposite occurs.
Your brain subtly begins to doubt you and your commitments.
It becomes easier to make and believe excuses. It’s more likely that your ego will win, keeping you just where you are instead of progressing forward.
Would you prefer your brain believe in you and support you with the right thoughts and beliefs?
Or will you train it to doubt you, almost inevitably keeping you stuck on big and challenging goals?
As always, the choice is yours.