"Self-worth comes from one thing - thinking that you are worthy"
- Wayne Dyer


 

Once February arrives many of us realize just how much our old routines block our path to positive change. Over the years, our focus on mental health has been mainly due to the cyclical nature of physical fitness. We have witnessed numerous trends come and go leaving us with methods that have stood the test of time. Our upcoming program, XY-50 No Limits utilizes this efficient approach to health. Mental connections to our health however, are evolving at a rapid pace, which we at JSC are very excited about.
 
It is a known fact high-achievers and top athletes have a strong mindset. The key to long-term success then becomes maintaining that high performance mind without burning out the engine. One of the first things we ask people when they set substantial goals, like running a marathon or competing in a particular sport is, WHY? Unless your intention to achieve this goal originates from a grounded, healthy place you WILL fail. Most often we take on sizeable goals, in efforts of seeking recognition and love from others, versus enhancement of self-worth. Depending on your family and social history, this will stem from various underlying areas. The goal becomes the proof that "they were all wrong about you and behold who you really are - maybe they can love this perfect person".
 
The first step in overcoming these universal, internal triggers is to accept we all have a version of them in some shape or form. It is part of the human experience. We all have a victim story to tell. If payback is your motivation you will be creating a negative foundation in which your mind will never sustain a positive plan long-term. Once you direct your intentions toward, what make YOU feel satisfied and worthy of love and accolades, you immediately gravitate to the right goals. Our main function is to steer our clients in a direction where they find the right fit for physical and mental health. Recognize the noisy world we live in interferes with the noise in your head. As we head into February, the month of LOVE, our wish is that you give a sample of the love you continually give to others toward yourself. If you are the stoic type when it comes to relationships, maybe asking yourself why is the first step. Self-love is key to self-worth. It tells the world how you wish to be loved. 
 
"Sometimes all you have to do is forget what you feel and remember what you deserve."
- Unknown
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