What’s your Why? Why are you inspired to get out of bed in the morning and go to work? Why do you work so hard?
Have you given much thought into these questions? Dig into this question, find the
deep reason within yourself that motivates you to be successful and work hard.
Find your Why!
This is something I always help my clients figure out? It a great source of energy
and can be used to overcome obstacles.
I thought long and hard about my Why and I will share them with you. My wife is
first Why on my list. She is why I work so hard! We are also planning to start a family in the next couple years and I would like for her to be a stay at home mom. With this being said, supporting my wife and children on one income is my driving force to work so hard. I would also like to be able to travel to see my family in Ohio and my wife’s family in El Salvador, with airfares become more expensive, I would like to have the liberty to get up and go when I want.
Another Why are my clients. They trust me and have given me the opportunity to work
with them to make a conscious effort to change their lives in a positive
way. The things I teach them have help them become healthier and happier. I
enjoy sitting and talking to my clients as we co-create their goals and healthy
living plans, not only does it enriches their health but also all areas of
These are my main “Whys”. Whenever I find myself struggling to find the motivation to
get to work, I take a moment and think about my Whys and it always gives me
energy to get moving and get to work!
What are your Whys? I’ll give you an exercise to help you find them:Find a pen and paper and write down at least 20 of your “Whys”. Once you get close to #20 you find who and what is important in your life. Allow these reasons inspire you to get you back on track of your goal.
When you are having a tough day finding motivation, think about your “Whys” and
watch how it gets you moving!