Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk. I was only out there for 2 hours but I had such a great experience. I am so proud of them. On the left is my great friend Bri of San Briego and in the middle is my amazing manager Shanna.
I almost did not make it to the race, as the weekend was packed with chores and errands. I had told them last week that I would join them for a couple hours on Saturday but the day got away from me, and it did not happen.
In the last couple years, I have become more conscious of not using the word "try". The reason being that when you say "try", it immediately excuses yourself from having to follow through. For example, if I had said that I would try to make it out this weekend to the walk, then I could have easily chalked up my efforts to trying yesterday and be done with it. It is questionable that I would have definitely made it a point to come out today.
So I say commit to eliminating "try" from your vocabulary. Do not say you are going to "try" and workout tomorrow, just say you are going to workout tomorrow. I have to admit that I am borrowing this tip from my favorite fitness guru Chalene Johnson but it's a tip worth sharing. It also applies to many things you want to accomplish in life. If you have a goal, don't "try" to achieve it, just do it. You will be amazed how it changes your mindset and makes you more inclined to follow through and take action.
What do you want to achieve? Have you used the word "try" in relation to them? Go ahead and commit to them now. You are capable of so much. So post below and tell me what you are going do, not what you are trying to do.