You can now see that once you stop improperly using and interpreting your sense of motivation, willpower and control then the true success begins.
A false feeling of control from abusing motivation and willpower always leads to demeaning your self-esteem. You need to judge yourself by your willingness to “continually” try to make reasonable decisions. The short term outcome of these decisions does not define you!
By focusing on continued decision making you learn as you go instead of further confusing yourself. By accepting responsibility for the decision making you will become honestly open to the facts and better accept help with these facts.
The road of daily living can present all sorts of conditions, slippery, roadblocks, tight turns etc. You don’t want to cultivate motivation and willpower for control because you cannot control the conditions. What you must do is improve your “handling” of your vehicle and here’s the magic:
As the condition of your vehicle improves…so will it’s handling!
Part 1 https://wefit.ca/2021/02/05/the-mind-diet-part-1/
Part 2 https://wefit.ca/2021/02/05/the-mind-diet-part-2/
Part 3 https://wefit.ca/2021/02/10/the-mind-diet-part-3/
Part 4 https://wefit.ca/2021/02/05/the-mind-diet-part-4/
Be well, be strong,
Andrew and Tierney