Part One: Motivating through the Excuses

Mar 22nd, 2012 | Category: Young Living Product Blog

With the Slique Challenge  in full swing and convention only a few months away, now is the time to push your weight-management goals on the way to good health—and the grand prizes aren’t too shabby either!

It’s usually about this time many people begin to wander from their resolutions and goals. Factors can include family time, health, work, and energy level, but we need to ask ourselves if these are legitimate concerns or just excuses. I often find myself letting my laziness justify my excuses, especially when my goals are not always on my mind. If we aren’t seeing the results we thought we would, we need to evaluate the situation to see if we are the ones holding ourselves back. Looking at ourselves from within, do we see someone who is looking for easy solutions or someone willing to do what it takes, no matter how difficult it may seem?

Sure, we may be diligently enjoying the Slique kit, eating better, and exercising regularly, but if we’re not getting the results we want, it may feel empty like we’re just going through the motions. This type of approach brings emotional barriers that keep us from our reachable goals. We begin to lack motivation, drive, and determination, and it’s up to each of us to overcome this mentality and eliminate these excuses. Luckily I have a few product suggestions for this problem.

Motivation™ essential oil is perfect before and after daily exercise to assist with moments of procrastination and laziness by promoting feelings of action and accomplishment.

Highest Potential™ essential oil should be included throughout the day to uplift and inspire yourself and boost your self-confidence.

Hope™ essential oil allows you to get back on track by reconnecting with your feelings of strength and stability in those moments where you feel you may have wandered from your goals.

Additional products: Valor®, Magnify Your Purpose™, Joy™, and En-R-Gee™

What oils help push you through your moments of laziness and procrastination? Share below.
Let’s recommit ourselves to our goals and be stay tuned for Part Two on this series.

—Marco Colindres, Associate Product Manager

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