August 6, 2021

Instant Gratification Is A Lie

The promise of instant gratification kills more health and fitness goals than almost anything.

In fact, just the PHRASE “instant gratification” is a lie. True satisfaction can’t come by always taking the fastest, easiest option. It might feel good in the moment to, say, sleep through a workout. But it probably won’t be long till regretful malaise follows.

Seriously. When did you ever inhale that cupcake and feel good about it later?

Instead, think about what brings lasting gratification – about what brings satisfaction not just now, but later, as well. What’s the Next Right Step on your path to success, which comes not with a bang but after countless little decisions to honor your intentions.

Consider what your future self would thank you for, and act accordingly. Will future you be grateful to present you that you:

  1. Put in the workout today, meditated, and had a sensible dinner

  2. Blew off another promise you made to yourself

  3. Went for a walk at lunch instead of staying at your desk and working

  4. Ignored the advice of an expert because it’s different than what you’re used to

  5. Said “hello” to a stranger today

The answer’s pretty clear, isn’t it?

And as always, if you need some accountability as most of us do, take our free Hack Your Lifestyle Quiz HERE and let’s chat for a quick 15 minutes 😊


More Articles

    Your Cart
    Your cart is emptyReturn to Shop

    Free Macronutrient Cheat Sheet

    Want to eat healthy?

    Are you confused by all the jargon those nutritionists are talking about? Here is an easy map, so you instantly know the macronutrients in your food.

    Enter your email to get our Macronutrient Cheat Sheet!