Mindset is Key Especially At CPMFITness

Mindset is Key Especially At CPMFITness

Mindset is one of the key ingredients to your success or your demise!

Wikipedia’s definition of mindset is:

A mindset is a set of assumptions, methods, or notations held by one or more people or groups of people who is so established that it creates a powerful incentive within these people or groups to continue to adopt or accept prior behaviors, choices, or tools.

In my many years of training I have seen people accomplish tasks that they never believed they could and I have seen people never reach their full potential all do to the way they chose to view their goals.

Your mind is a very powerful tool in making us the most successful person we can possibly become in all aspects of life. When we have a positive mindset and view about ourselves, our situation, and our journey ahead the world looks brighter and our vision for what we want is clear.

When we allow the I cant’s, I wont’s, I’m too fat, too skinny etc…. then we get that in return. We feel we are not good enough, we don’t have enough and the world begins to look less appealing.

They say the average human being remembers something 9 times longer than something positive and why? Because most people would rather on focus what they don’t have compared to what they do have.

As I had written in a previous post I made a 90 day challenge with myself to not complain and although I have not been perfect I have gained a whole new outlook on all the wonderful gifts I have in my life to be thankful for and forgot about all the little things I used to complain about .

For example my husband used to always ask me how my day was going, and immediately I would answer “fine” or “could be better” and why?

My day was going great, and everything in my life couldn’t be better. I work with amazing individuals each and everyday! I wake up to the love of my life! I have a cozy place to sleep every night, I have a fantastic family etc… so why was I just fine?

Because I had not made the “Powerful” positive verbage a routine to my vocabulary, I had let the negative become priority!

Here is a great list of words the first to live by and use often and the second to eliminate completely from our vocabulary:

Examples of Powerful Language include:

I am….
I can…
I feel…
I create…
I choose to, or not to….
Our life is up to us. Our path is determined by what we are willing to create and how much we are willing to put ourselves out there, and that begins with what we say. Ultimately we are solely responsible for what happens to us. It’s easy to get into a slippery slope of victim language such as:

I can’t…
I need….
I should…
I have to…
I couldn’t…
I shouldn’t….
I had no choice…
If only you, they….
You make me feel….
They, you, made me…
It’s too late, far, expensive…
I’m too old, young, uneducated, out of shape…
Today I challenge you Fit Ones to keep a diary and become aware and write down the words from each list when you use them in a typical day and see what side of the fence you are on.

Are you living each day being thankful, positive, glass half-full mentality?

Or are you a negator, Debbie downer type?

If you are on a slippery slope make a change! Begin each day with a positive mindset and attitude. You can truly see the good in every situation and make the best of it if YOU choose too. Yes life will not always be filled with rainbows, but it is how we choose to deal with the hard situations that will make our mindset strong or weak!

Take the next 90 days and make a change from the dark side to the light. I guarantee your workouts will get better, your work will become much more enjoyable, your goals and what you want out of life will become clear!

CPM’ers what are some of the ways you are going to become more positive in your life?

Post in the comments below…

The O-Board Says…

A. EMOTM; 10min
odd – 30 double unders
even – 5 DB Thrusters + 10 box jumps

1200m Run – 75 Pullup
800m Run – 50 Pullup
400m Run 25 Pullup
200m Run – 10 Pullup

Posted by: Annie