The hardest part of making changes is getting the ball rolling.

As they say, it takes a thousand times more energy to make a plane leave the ground as it does to keep it flying through the air. Once it is airborne, it takes very little energy.

So gather your energy, and take off!

The factor that stops so many people from making changes is the anticipation and anxiety of the perceived pain that will come along with it. The fact is, once we pass a certain threshold, and this may be the threshold where we have really made a change, more progress becomes easy, and going back to the old ways of life just doesn't feel right.

At this point in my life, I feel bad when I am out of shape, rather than in shape. I admit it took time to reach this point, but I feel it is totally worth it.

As always, the key to making this doable, especially if you are experiencing great internal resistance, is asking for help.

Find someone who will do more than just train you. Trainers or coaches that help you find out why you want to do what you want to do are going to be more successful in helping you find results.

If your 'why' is big enough, you'll figure out the 'how'.