You Lost Your Way. 
What Next?
The Comeback Blueprint: Reboot Your Habits
I’m sure a lot of you have been in this scenario. It’s 6am and your alarm starts going off. The first thing you have to do when you wake up is make a choice. You can either hit the snooze button and stay in bed or lace up your running shoes and get moving. The problem is that the snooze button ends up winning in this scenario more than it doesn’t.
What happened?
You used to be on top of your game. Whether it was disciplined eating, consistently exercising, or constructing a daily routine that is effective and productive, you had it all going right.
But somewhere along the way, you veered off course.
Now, you end up at a crossroads, feeling like you’ve lost all momentum, and to top it off, the mirror reflects someone you barely recognize anymore. So, what do you do now?
Again, it comes down to choices.
You can choose to there and feel sorry for yourself, or you can simply choose to get up and start moving. You know what worked for you before. If your life hasn’t changed drastically, then the drastic change needed is you. Bottom line, if you want to stop the downward spiral, it’s time to ask yourself some tough questions.
not sure where to start, allow me to help…
First, ask yourself what your diet was like when you felt your best. I’m not talking about when we’re teenagers and have the metabolism to eat processed junk all day and still have energy. I’m talking about those times when you looked great, felt great, and had an abundance of motivation. How did you eat back then? A lot of people I talk to tell me stories about times when they were super fit and how great it was, but then they follow it up with excuses about how work and kids derailed their fitness and motivation and that’s why they look and feel the way they do today.
But it’s more than just diet. What about your daily routines and activities? Do you remember those times when you moved with purpose and intent in everything you did? Did you have a bulletproof morning routine that set you up for success each day? If not, remember, those early hours of the day are sacred. There are little to no distractions, so the time is perfect to prepare your mind and body for the day to come.
It’s not about recapturing the past, it’s about reclaiming your future. It’s about reconnecting with that version of yourself that you most admire. The you that got things done.
If this sounds like you, and you realize you’ve fallen off that path, it’s okay. It happens to the best of us. But what separates the winners from everyone else is that they keep getting back on the path, no matter how many times they fall off.
winners aren’t the ones who never fail, they are the ones who never quit.
Losing your momentum is a common experience. It’s not a sign of failure, it’s a natural part of life. The key is not to dwell on the setback, but to use it a catalyst for change. Think about it…when was the last time you truly felt awesome? What were you doing that made you feel that way? Remembering those behaviors and routines are the secret to regaining your stride.
This isn’t something I just thought up. This is something that has been studied at length. Did you know that research has shown that revisiting successful past routines can reignite that spark of motivation you’ve been looking for? The key is re-establishing the habits that made you successful. Did you work out with a friend or partner? Was there a particular diet that worked really well for your body? That is what you need to reflect on and reintegrate into your life.
But it’s more than just looking back. It’s also about understanding your “why”. What are the personal reasons you started on this path to begin with?
it's important to set realistic goals
Overambitious targets can easily overwhelm you and derail your progress. But by breaking them down into smaller, more achievable steps, you can begin to build both momentum and confidence.
If you have goals, you need a plan to achieve them. Having a structured approach makes things much easier to get back on track when you fall off. Knowing what needs to be done in a simple, step-by-step process will get you where you want to be.

I want you to remember that the path to transformation and self-improvement is a marathon, not a sprint. Developing the right habits and routines takes time. The key is making consistent, positive choices and having the understanding that even though sometimes we lose sight of our goals, what matters is how we bounce back.
Reflect on a habit you used to help you hit your goals in the past. Whether it was a morning jog, a meditation session, or a healthy meal prep routine, identify what it was and make a commitment to make it a part of your daily life once again.
I want you to share it. By vocalizing your intentions, you create an atmosphere of accountability that not only keeps you on track, but also inspires others. 
What’s the habit you’re bringing back? How will you make sure it sticks for good this time?
Your story could be the catalyst someone else needs to reignite their own flame.
We all want to hear it.
I'll see you in the next one,
-Steven Williams

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