#75Hard Day 51: The Keystone Habit That Changed Everything {Vlog}

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Continuing thoughts on my journey from yesterday’s video. Watch it if you haven’t already here: https://www.instagram.com/tv/B35H2cICqTr/ ▶️ Weight training was the keystone habit that was the catalyst for true transformation in my life. ▶️ Keystone habits are like anchors to the process of growth and positive change. They are unique habits which serve almost as a foundation which creates the means for developing other new habits. ▶️ I struggled for years with self-confidence as well as with making sustainable changes in areas that I was really needed to gain positive traction in. ▶️ When I started lifting weights, I saw progress in an area that I had struggled with for years and because of that, I started to believe that I was actually capable of change in other areas too. ▶️ The self-confidence that I gained from one area started to spill over into other areas of my life and I was encouraged to take action on making changes in other ways as well. ▶️ I also eventually recognized that my healthy habits were not meant to be the goal in and of themselves, but we’re actually tools to achieving a bigger calling on my life. I understood that there was a purpose that God had placed on my life that mattered even more than developing healthy habits. ▶️ You can find a keystone habit to implement in your own life and then leverage to your advantage and making progress in other areas. ▶️ Need help with figuring out where to start? Send me a DM or comment below! #75Hard #WhatCanBeGainedCoaching

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#75Hard Day 51: The Keystone Habit That Changed Everything

Continuing thoughts on my journey from yesterday’s video. Watch it here if you haven’t already.
▶️ Weight training was the keystone habit that was the catalyst for true transformation in my life.
▶️ Keystone habits are like anchors to the process of growth and positive change. They are unique habits which serve almost as a foundation which creates the means for developing other new habits.
▶️ I struggled for years with self-confidence as well as with making sustainable changes in areas that I was really needed to gain positive traction in.
▶️ When I started lifting weights, I saw progress in an area that I had struggled with for years and because of that, I started to believe that I was actually capable of change in other areas too.
▶️ The self-confidence that I gained from one area started to spill over into other areas of my life and I was encouraged to take action on making changes in other ways as well.
▶️ I also eventually recognized that my healthy habits were not meant to be the goal in and of themselves, but we’re actually tools to achieving a bigger calling on my life. I understood that there was a purpose that God had placed on my life that mattered even more than developing healthy habits.
▶️ You can find a keystone habit to implement in your own life and then leverage to your advantage and making progress in other areas.
▶️ Need help with figuring out where to start? Send me a DM or comment below!

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