If the past couple of months were priming you to start living in congruency with your own truth this month is all about taking action and keeping the consistency.
You took the first steps, but now it’s time to keep taking the others. You need to keep walking and follow your purpose.
Most people forget that taking the first step is not everything. It’s just one step. Yeah, it’s hard to take the first step, but there are many more steps after that.
So, even though taking each other step is not as hard as the first step, you still need to take them so you can reach your goals.
Here are 3 things you need to do this month to make sure you keep on track and stay true to yourself.
3 Things To Do This June To Be The Best Self:
1. Be honest for a whole month.
There are moments lying is so much easier than telling the truth. It saves so much energy, and you have control over the image you portray for yourself. But that’s not the real you. Being honest is standing up for who you truly are despite what others would think. So, whenever you feel the tendency to tell a small lie this month, let’s say someone asks you how you feel and you say great, tell the truth instead. Stay congruent to your own truth and see what happens.
2. Do 1 thing that moves you closer to your goal each day.
Take the most important goal you want to reach, break it down in small steps you can do each day to reach it, and follow through. Test your discipline and stay consistent. The more days you keep the streak the bigger responsibility you’ll have to keep going. So use your will the first couple of days, than your discipline, and than remember how many days you were disciplined. It will give you the responsibility and motivation to reach your goal.
3. Write your truth.
Take a piece of paper, or a journal, and write your own truth. Write everything you believe in, write your moral code and your ideals. Describe your idols and find out why they inspire you exactly. Write who you are and who you would like to become. Describe your character, your gifts and flaws, what you like most and what you like least about yourself. Write what your truth represents. This will give you a perspective of the things you value the most. It will give you a clearer sense of the personal truth you follow.