I’m a big believer in writing down goals (as was Ben Franklin). For me, a goal not written down is merely a wish. Once it’s on paper (or in my phone), I’m much more likely to hold myself accountable and achieve what I set out to accomplish.
Like many in and around USANA, I’m participating in the Commit to You challenge — 90 days of health. But instead of simply writing down my commitment (which I did), I’ve also got a constant reminder each time I step away from my desk.
As you’ll see in the video above (or here), a special clock hangs on my office wall. It doesn’t keep perfect time — or any time for that matter.
But it does help me to not worry about the past (I’m unable to change it) or to get too wrapped up in the “woulda, coulda, shoulda” mindset that can paralyze action.
Instead, the clock tells me what’s important: Now.
Being more present is one aspect of my life I’m seeking to improve. It’s a commitment I’ve made for these 90 days to create a positive impact on my overall well-being.
Read more about the Commit to You campaign on What’s Up, USANA?
I invite you to join me in making a commitment to health. Whether it be a focus on something physical, emotional, psychological, or spiritual, even a small change can make a big difference.