Written By Susan Albers Psy.D
From Psychology Today
Fall Down Seven Times, Get Up Eight
This Buddhist quote is one of my favorite motivational sayings.
Fall Down Seven Times, Get Up Eight is also a motivational quote I tell many of my clients, particularly when they are making efforts to change their eating and they slide back into old habits. It’s okay. It’s a good time to remember to get back up again and again until you get the hang of it. Keep trying. Things time take and most importantly use your missteps as teaching moments. For example, let’s say you skip breakfast and then grab the nearest thing in the lunch room (often donuts!) when you get to work. Rather than berating yourself and say, “I give up! I never do this right,” use it as a teaching moment to remember that skipping breakfast is the fast track to overeating.
The take home message I want to share with you today is that quotes work because they help shape your thoughts. Thoughts shape your actions. You control the direction of your thoughts. Find a quote that points you in the direction you want to go.
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