There’s a recent episode of The Model Health Show podcast that’s all about improving your strength and performance (which I highly recommend).
I heard this amazing nugget on it:
“Part of knowing who you are is knowing who you are not.”
You may see how others get results from their approach to personal health or learning about popular new trends, and feeling that it won’t work for you.
And then you may get down on yourself for not being able to do something that works for others.
The reality is that level of awareness is just as important because you at least acknowledge that you understand who you aren’t.
Which then leads to you taking action based on who you are.
The key is that “taking action” bit.
Just sitting there saying “That’s not for me.” is not good enough, because it’s incomplete.
You need to define what is for you and then prove it.