Move the Plow Forward

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But Jesus told him, "Anyone who puts a hand to the plow and then looks back is not fit for the Kingdom of God." Luke 9:62

I have never driven a snow plow.  But it seems obvious you can't do a good job plowing forward if you are looking out your rearview mirror.  The lines would be all messed up and you would miss a lot of snow.

The same could be said if you are always living in the past and never focused on the present or future.

You will miss out on living your best life and reaching your potential.

Here are two examples of people I know who continue to stay stuck and are always looking back...not forward.

One woman went through some bad stuff when she was younger but continues to use her past as the primary reason she cannot... get a job, lose weight, find a relationship etc.

Another friend seems to be perpetually stuck in the past. He talks non-stop about his days as an athlete. He talks about nothing else.  The sad thing is, he has a lot of good things in his life but doesn't really acknowledge them since he's trying to bring back his glory days.

I've even caught myself doing this when that certain song comes on or I get together with old friends trading stories about the "good old days."

Let's just face it - the past is the past.

If you try to live in it you will NEVER move forward with any goal in any area of your life.

Unless you have a time machine you cannot change the past.

You DO however, have the power to change the future by the decisions you make NOW.

So make GOOD decisions!

One of the BEST decisions you can make is to take control of your health and fitness.  This will improve EVERY aspect of your life.

Do you have a SOLID plan to move the "health and fitness plow" forward?

I can help.

Just reply to this email and let's chat.

Dedicated to helping you live your best life now,

Erik Peacock