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Trust The Process

December 23, 2019

Trust The Process

Here we are, blessed with a brand new week to go out there and crush our goals.  This week, focus on trusting the process.  Many times, it’s hard enough to simply get a program of self-improvement off the ground and when you do, things don’t always go according to plan. Setbacks are natural, but we must maintain consistency in the face of them. Reinforce your willpower to establish a system and not deviate.

Focus on your performance by successfully executing bite size tasks that, when added together, get you to your goal. Sometimes our goals can be so large that the very idea of achieving them seems too great to accomplish.  By breaking them into small steps they begin to be realistic and attainable, and we gain the confidence that we can achieve them. The key is in making consistent progress on those small steps. Adjust when necessary, but ultimately, consistency always wins the race!  As you go along, observe what is working and not working and optimize your system, but always keep moving.

Never let insecurity or frustration halt your progress, push through it because you’ve come this far and now is not the time to give up! Remember that where there is a will, there is always a way. Just focus on consistent steps along a focused path of action and trust that process.  Being Dissident means doing yourself the justice of consistent effort!


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