Side Note; The definition of a plan is system for achieving objective. You make plans to reach goals, but your goal has to be obtainable. You can’t make a plan to be the first man to walk on the moon because Neil Armstrong already beat you there, so in reality your goal is unobtainable.
So here are the four reasons why a plan fails
1A) There was no plan You can’t just say I want to lose 5 pounds by the end of July and expect the 5 pounds to just disappear. That’s not how this works, that’s not how any of this works. You have to set a plan. Ex. I’ll go to the gym at this time and instead of eating McDonalds for lunch I’ll have salad instead.
Saying that you’ll go to the gym and eat that salad isn’t enough. You have to stay committed to that plan. Don’t sit down and watch Netflix when you’re suppose to be doing crunches. When you set a plan of when and where you’re going to do things you have to stay committed to that or else there is a high chance that you’re plan will fail.
2) You lose focus
You can 1 pound away from your goal and still lose focus. Ex. You are about to head to the gym and you see that you’re favorite TV show has a new episode in 3 minutes. If you decide to stay, you have lost focus. Instead of being on a Treadmill getting to your goal, you’re on your couch watching TV. So now you have to come up with a new plan to amend the old plan you just broke. This all goes back to staying committed to your plan.
3) You move too slow
Many times, if you move too slow then you might miss your opportunity. Ex. If you weigh 175 and want to lose twenty pounds before you’re wedding in a month, you can’t set to losing 2 pounds a week or else you’re moving to slow and you’ll lose less than half the amount you set for yourself. Don’t lose weigh for beauty standards do it for your health and fitness; just as long as you’re comfortable in your own skin you are beautiful. If people can’t see that, they don’t need to be in your life.< just a little side note 😉