Little Things Done Often…

SMALL STEPS MATTER IN LONG JOURNEYS

I love my fitbit and I am becoming quite a sales person for the concept. What I love about it is that every day I can see an accurate account of a whole lot of small steps I have taken. On their own, each small step means very little to me. But when they are all added up at the end of the day they mean a lot to me. The record of those small steps let me know if I am on track to reaching my large goals of increasing my fitness and physical well being.

SMALL STEPS MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE

Life is a long journey. When I was young I didn’t have any real concept about maintaining my fitness because overall my body ticked along fine as it was. But as I’ve aged I’ve grown to realise that all the tiny things I did to help or hinder my well-being in the younger years have added up to a substantial influence upon my health decades later. It is the small steps I did take that have created large strengths in later years. And it is the small steps I didn’t take that have meant aggravating weaknesses in later years.

WE ALL HAVE TIME – PLAN YOURS WELL

To take a lot of little steps over a long time requires some degree of planning. When our parents taught us to brush our teeth – they were helping us to learn to plan for our future. A little cleaning each day meant less visits to the dentist years down the track. So what are the things in your life right now that could use a little planning so that you don’t turn up to your 80’s regretting you hadn’t thought through the small steps to well being when you were younger?

WHAT ARE YOUR SMALL STEPS GOING TO BE?

I’d love to hear your feedback on this – what are the small steps you plan on doing today that will make a big difference for your life in the years ahead?