This morning I’m writing the e-mail from a different spot…the gym.
As most of you know, I typically work from home in the mornings and then make my way to the gym after work.
After a crazy summer, it was time to check in on the morning folks so I’m mixing up my routine a bit.
I always notice my team is a little peppier…
But it reminded me of a good tip I use for our team that you could use for your own accountability.
How would you act if you were being filmed 24/7?
The more you think about it, it's actually a great accountability mindset.
There is no denying it, when the lights are on us, when we're on stage, and when the camera is rolling we probably act a little different, just like the folks on stage or television do.
So, why not use that to your advantage?
Imagine that you're being filmed...
Would you sleep in and hit the snooze button five times?
Would you eat a donut for breakfast after voicing a goal of losing fat?
Would you not go to the gym, but instead sit on the couch and watch TV?
Would you skip reps or not work as hard when you were at the gym?
One of my favorite lines is...
"The hardest thing to do is to work hard when no one is watching."
Well, what if everyone is watching?
I always remind my team that the gym floor is our stage, and we're always "on."
People are watching you, listening to you, reading your body language, and noticing things out of the corner of their eyes.
We only have good days and great days, there are no bad days because this is our show.
What about your life?
For some, this mindset tactic may not work, but for others, it could be a game changer.
If you're on stage, spotlight on and camera rolling, you will make better decisions.
It's easy to sit and eat a bag of chips on the couch when no one is around, but what if were you on camera?
Would you be meal prepping or working out instead?
If you want to have success you have to work hard when no one is watching, and that's not easy.
Give it a try and let me know what you think.
Dedicated to Your Success,