You don’t need to give it 100% every day to move closer to your goal. 2% is enough to keep the ball rolling.
Some days, you’ll have the energy to do more – but if you don’t, that’s totally okay.
Showing up matters more than showing up perfectly.
Even if it’s the tiniest action.
When I meditated for 365 days, sometimes, it was just a few deep breaths.
When I blogged for 730 days, sometimes it was just a few sentences. (Go through my blog on my website and occasionally you’ll spot one!)
It didn’t matter. I showed up and kept the ball rolling, ready for the next day when I had the energy to give it my all.
That’s the secret to my self-discipline: I give myself grace, without letting myself off the hook.
What might self-discipline look like for you when you’re low on energy?
- One intentional breath?
- One sentence in a journal?
- One email sent?
- One page read?
Loving-self-discipline will help you build trust in yourself to always show up. And that creates momentum (which matters much more than perfection).
How will you show up, even just a tiny bit, today?