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Take The Smallest Step Possible

When you don't feel motivated, take the smallest step possible toward your goal. 

Instead of telling yourself to workout for an hour, say you'll go for 10 minutes. 

Taking a step bypasses that part of your brain that is alerted when you're trying to make a change.

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