will·pow·er | \ ˈwil-ˌpau̇(-ə)r \
Definition of willpower: the ability to control one’s own actions, emotions, or urges; also : strong determination that allows one to do something difficult.
Willpower is a trait we wish we could call on
exactly when and where we need it…
Like Superman showing up out of a phone booth to rescue us seconds before we get pounced on by some evil villain.
Here is a fresh way to look at one of our top behavioral Superhero’s to help you get the most out of this valuable sidekick:
Will-Power – I WILL honor my commitments to myself and make choices that are in line with my values, goals, and priorities.
Won’t-Power – I WON’T sell myself short by choosing behaviors that may feel good right now but don’t bring me closer to my goals or improve my overall sense of health and wellbeing.
Want-Power – I WANT to make choices that I feel good about and that line up with what is most important to me in my life. If I don’t know what my priorities are, I WANT to explore what they are and how I can create health and wellness goals that reflect those values.
Go Get ‘Em!