Lose the Word 'Might'

TAKE THE WORD ‘MIGHT’ OUT OF YOUR VOCABULARY ⁣

STOP GIVING YOURSELF AN OUT!⁣

“I might come in tomorrow”⁣

“I might go for a run in the morning”⁣

“I might not have ice cream after dinner” ⁣

Throw it out. Get rid of it. It’s not doing you any good. ⁣

The word ‘might’ reinforces to yourself that you’re not fully committed. That you’re not accountable. That you’re not responsible for what you do in the future. ⁣

You’re half-committing to something. You’re waiting for an excuse to pop up that will get you out of what you should do. ⁣

Nothing shits me more than hearing “I might come in the gym...” All I hear when someone says that is – “I don’t value my health or training enough to commit to a time and a day when I’ll come in to train.”⁣

Or “I’m saying ‘might’ because something more important may pop up, or I may not feel like it on the day.”⁣

If you say ‘might’, I immediately expect you not to show. You’re already searching for a meaning to miss. ⁣

Use the word ‘will’ and you’ll find a reason to make it. ⁣

Words are important. Take ownership either way. Either it is important to you or it’s not. Lose the word ‘might’ and commit to a decision. ⁣

#one22 #strengthcapacityresilience

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