August 14th, 2023
Give myself more rest as my body has needed it. Doesn’t help that my ankle is still having a gout flare up. Makes it tough to get around but we work with what we can. Great early morning gym session.
Instagram Day 14 Reel
Follow a Diet
Below is what I ate today:
- Post Workout
- Shake – 2 Scoops of Optimum Nutrition Whey
- 2 Eggs, 4 tablespoons of egg whites, 2 sausage patties
- Caesar Salad with Rotisserie Chicken
- 1 cup mac and cheese with chicken tenderloins and vegetables
2 workouts of at least 45 Minutes (one must be outside):
- Workout #1 7:30 am Pull
- Bench Press
- Push Ups
- DB Extension
- Svend Press
- Hanging Leg Raises
- Workout #2 430 pm
- 11 min walk
- 35 min outdoor bike
1 Gallon Of Water
completed at 9:30 pm
Read at least 10 pages
“7 Habits of Highly Effective People”
Summary of what I read today:
- Understand First: Before offering solutions, it’s essential to deeply understand the situation, challenges, and needs of the people involved. Effective solutions stem from accurate diagnoses.
- Empathetic Listening: Practice empathetic listening, where you genuinely try to understand others’ perspectives and emotions. This builds trust and ensures that your solutions address the root causes.
- Don’t Jump to Conclusions: Avoid jumping to conclusions or offering quick fixes. Take the time to gather information, ask questions, and analyze the situation comprehensively.
- Customized Solutions: Tailor your solutions to the unique needs of the individuals or situations. What works for one person or scenario might not work for another.
- Collaboration and Understanding: Collaborate with others to gain insights and different viewpoints. Through open dialogue, you can create more effective and holistic solutions.
This section emphasizes the importance of thorough understanding, empathy, and collaboration before offering solutions to problems. It encourages a thoughtful and comprehensive approach to problem-solving.
Day 14 Reflection:
- Keep pushing and do what you can on days that you are limited. “I’m glad I did vs I wish I did.