First, you have to find a way to make sure that you’ve been doing the right things all of the time, but that no one else ever thinks that you’re doing the right things. It’s a good idea to set up a team exercise and then, whenever you feel yourself not doing as well as you should (whether it’s because you’re not doing the right things or not following the right steps), you need to put yourself in place to get back up.
A great place to figure out what you’re doing wrong is when you’re being too hard on yourself, especially at night. If you wake up one morning saying, “I should have slept an extra two hours”, it’s a pretty good indication that your accountability coach needs to get some more resources to help you get up and back up.
I’m a person that lives “too much”, meaning I don’t sleep enough, get enough sleep, and eat the right things. I work out and eat healthy, but I get up too late for my morning runs. I exercise, but I’m always looking for excuses. I get bored and can’t get anything done and I get sad. Or I’ve gotten so busy that I forget to read my email, get my kids to go to the doctor, etc.
I’m the biggest example there, as I work at a fast-food place and have lots of obligations at home with my kids and I can never seem to get them to go to the park or go to bed well enough for a nap.
I’m in the process of learning to embrace not just the responsibilities of life, but also of life as a whole and to accept that I’m always going to be that way, no matter what I do.
In addition to being part of my accountability coach family, I’m also involved with a local accountability coach program called the Focused Attention Recovery, or FIRE. That’s a program that uses mindfulness, mindfulness meditation and other techniques to help you recover from your addiction and to help you focus your attention on your life – to help you build skills that will ultimately help you be better at life and help you be more productive.
Focused Attention Recovery is run by a mental health professional who specializes in addiction and who I’ve personally worked with for several years now. As you can see from the website and the resources we’ve created, FOURTHLY provides a full gamut of help from helping you get in touch with others who are dealing with similar situations
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