Bad news Bubba

It’s already started

All the promises about 2016 being different

This is the year I’ll finally lose the weight

This is the year I’ll find a partner

This is the year I’ll…

And this probably sounds like me being a dick

But for the vast majority of these people

Nothing is going to be different

Same happened last year

It’s gonna be the exact same thing over and over

Empty promises being unfullfilled

The reason being?

These people are setting goals that are far too big for their current capacity

Without

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Having a specific plan in place 

A plan that allows them to grow

To become the person they need to become

So they can achieve these goals

No one can become a millionaire

by acting and thinking like someone on 50k a year

No one can lose 3 stone

by acting and thinking like someone who is 3 stone heavier

No one can get fitter

by acting and thinking like an unfit person

So sure you can join a gym this month

And start another diet or promise to eat healthier

But will that really change WHO you are

No

And that’s the bad news

Because without that

The same thing that happened last year

Will simply happen again

Only those ready to change WHO they are

Will end up happier than ever this year

Achieving everything they set out to do

And I’m not saying it’s an easy thing to do

Far from it

That’s why very few will do it

But if you’re ready

And are fed up of mediocrity

That plan to kick start the change is right here:

http://sffitness.ie/membership-services/

John ‘not a dick’ O’C

P.S. Got something to ask you in the next day or two

Keep your eyes peeled for that

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About the author

John O'Connell is the Owner of SF Fitness Personal Fitness Centre in Rathfarnham. He's a 2 time international best selling author, has appeared on numerous TV programmes on RTE and TV3 and was named World Fitness Elite Trainer of the Year 2013.
John was also a member of the rehabilitation staff for the Heineken Cup winning Leinster squad of 2009. And he worked with the New Zealand All Blacks in 2004.

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