Day One. Here’s something to Think About, To Try, To Know and To Ask.

Something to think about…

Can you imagine if your wearable like your Apple Watch or your Whoop could work out how your behaviours and habits impacted your lifespan? 

“Hey Siri, how was yesterday for me?”

Siri – “Your habits yesterday cost you another 2 years of your lifespan.”

Or

“Hey Siri, how was yesterday for me?”

Siri – “Your habits yesterday added another 2 years to your lifespan.”

What would Siri be saying to you?

Something to try…

When you brush your teeth in the morning, practice balancing on one leg then alternate with the other leg. 

Why? 

There are many reasons but this one is my favourite…

Improved Coordination and Stability: As we age, our coordination and stability can decline. Balancing exercises help maintain these skills, reducing the risk of falls and injuries.

Something to know…

As we near the season of setting new goals and looking at making 2024 ‘our best year ever’, let’s understand why it didn’t work before, so that this year we might have a chance.

It wasn’t the goal. 

It’s highly likely that it was the system you had in place (your approach).

So here’s 1 thing to know when it comes to setting your new year’s goal.

Don’t go from nothing to all in (which is what we all do in January). The number one reason people don’t achieve their new year goals is they start too big, which is not sustainable so they give up. 

Start small. I mean really small. 

If you don’t exercise and you want to start (which you should), don’t aim to go to the gym 3-4 times a week and make the gyms richer, keep your money. Start with 2 minutes at home each morning. Make it a habit… and then you can join the gym.

Something to ask yourself…

What went well this year for you and how can you take that experience and have more of it in 2024?

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