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"The majority of men meet with failure because of their lack of persistence in creating new plans to take the place of those which fail." - Napoleon Hill
Of all the ways you can improve your chances of achieving maximum results, one stands out above all the rest. It's simple, virtually cost-free, and available to every person looking to make a phenomenal change in the way they look and feel.
No, it's not some fancy new piece of exercise equipment or amazing magical pill - just two common but very power tools that can spell the difference between ordinary results and phenomenal success: Pen and Paper.
"Like an iron-clad insurance policy, placing a daily goal-specific plan on paper and then writing down the actual results has a way of sealing your success," explains psychologist and author, Peg Martin. "You will find it a consistent practice in every success story, regardless of the goal."
Unfortunately, when it comes to fitness and nutrition, most people would rather spend their time working out than writing things down. Even those of us who appreciate the value of the "To Do" list sometimes fail to recognize the incredible power behind committing a plan to paper.
Our solution is typically to get up every morning with the intention of eating right and exercising. But, I am here to tell you, if your plan to adopt the "Just Do It" attitude doesn't include a clear and precise road map, eventually you're going to get lost.
Aside from the in-your-face benefits of pen and paper, here are some not so obvious reasons why writing out a daily plan for everything, from your food timetable to when and how you will work out, has the power to move your results from fair to phenomenal:
1. The very act of taking a pen and, in your own unique handwriting, creating a well thought out plan, actually transfers this information to a more proactive part of the brain - puts it on the launching pad, so to speak.
2. Putting pen to paper creates the first tangible evidence that the dream, which is simply an invisible wave of energy, is becoming a physical reality. It brings the thought of intention into the "real" world where you can hold it and see it and act upon it.
3. Like a computer, writing downloads this information off your brain's hard drive. In turn, this clears out some of the clutter, helping you to stay focused on what is important.
This week, consider using this all important tool - The Power Of Pen To Paper - by getting everything down in black and white. Write out a daily plan of what you intend to eat and how and when you plan to workout. Guaranteed, it will give you the upper hand in your fitness success!