It’s nice to review progress over a month and see the consistency over time. Yet those circles of completion whilst representing say consistency don’t necessarily tell the full picture.
Check this out from Dr. Beecham…
“If you were the best athlete in the world at your event, how frequently would you have a bad day?’ Surprisingly, many great athletes believe they should get to a point where they no longer have any bad days (or failures). But in reality, the best and most self-aware of those athletes report that during the course of a 30-day month, they have somewhere between 3 and 6 bad days. They understand that having a bad day is simply part of the process. The ability to accept these fluctuations in performance allows athletes to remain fully engaged in their training and keep their goals high.”
You willing to do your best even on the ‘bad’ days?