Do You Need To Fire Your Boss?

How do you keep yourself motivated? How do you keep yourself from becoming complacent? How do you keep yourself diligent? I have been struggling to answer those questions over the past month. I am searching for ways to press on towards my goal and have come up short. Coming up short for me has manifested itself in the form of “treats.” Before, I would indulge in a bag of chips; now, I seem to find myself at the bottom end of a candy bar wrapper wondering when I ate the entire thing.

When you are at work, you have reason to stay motivated. You have a boss that is inspecting your work. You have a paycheck to earn. You have a family to take care of. When you are working on yourself and becoming healthier, who keeps you from becoming lax in your commitment? I have found out that I am not a good boss for myself. At work, I’m confident, knowledgeable, manage my team well…when it comes to myself, not so much. When it comes to myself, I allow myself to “cheat,” I allow myself not to keep up with the work of logging my food, I allow myself to eat meals late, I allow myself not to get up and do the hard work.

Coming to this understanding, I have decided to crack the whip and fire my boss! I need to hire one that cares about how I’m doing, one that is willing to put in the long hours and hard work it takes to be a good leader, and one that truly is invested in bettering the company (myself). So we have turned in a new direction. I have made the commitment to be hard on myself when I need it and not sugar coat the truth. I need to be healthier; I need to batten down the hatches and get serious about myself and my health.

With school starting back and everyone going in a million different directions, I know that life for most of us is going a million miles a minute. I’m sure that you have already been invited to a football party or will be in the next few weeks. How do you manage yourself in that situation, when there is a table loaded with delicious snacks staring you in the face? Do you let yourself cheat on the job or do you stay the course? Stay the course my friends! I promise it is worth it. Eat the veggies, eat some meat and cheese, and eat these delicious low-carb sausage balls that you brought. These sausage balls are delicious and don’t carry the guilt of being loaded with unhealthy carbs. I hope you enjoy them as much as my family does.

Be a good boss! Take care of your employee! You deserve your complete commitment to yourself!
“A sluggard’s appetite is never filled, but the desires of the diligent are fully satisfied.” Proverbs 13:4