|My great uncle Bob Bremer was one of the first to train with Bruce Lee!|
I am a thinker. I analyze and then over analyze most everything. I can revisit the same topic 15 times over in my head while trying to get to the planning stage and then never actually get to the planning stage. (When I do move past the thinking stage I sometimes skip over the planning stage and eventually just do the thing without a good plan, but that's another blog day.)
It doesn't matter what the obstacle or goal is: Thinking alone does not solve the problem. In every situation, problems are solved and goals are met by getting up off my butt and taking some sort of action.
Let's take a peek into Carly's thought process, shall we?
I think about how to add exercise in to my schedule I analyze if it's better first thing in the morning, or last thing at night. I consider if I should go for small walks to start, or if it might be better to join a gym. Maybe it would be best to kick start things with a personal trainer. That really worked for me in the past. Then again, I do have a small fitness center right in my community. The treadmill each day would make a big difference in my weight loss, and in managing my mood, and in my overall health. Yes, yes, that would be very good.
All those thoughts can circulate in my brain (round robin) for weeks without actually doing anything (and they do.)
You can't plow a field simply by turning it over in your mind.”
― Gordon B. Hinckley
Think. Then do.
I hereby commit to the entire Internet (because, you know, the entire Internet reads this blog) to get up off my derriere tomorrow and get on that treadmill. No matter what. Anyone else want to take their exercise regimen out of their brains and into action? Come join me!
We can't THINK away the pounds!