💪🏼 I've worked hard for these muscles. The definition in my arms - especially my shoulders - has been a hard fight. 😂 (I am not genetically blessed in that department.) .
I love this body, even on the days when I'm frustrated and nit-picking it, not feeling well, or not seeing the gainzz I feel should be there. 😅
I'm proud of myself every time I put in effort even when I don't feel like it. Every time I raise the weight even a little bit; and even when I have to drop it again to focus on my form or alignment. Every time I am consciously self-aware, and my ego doesn't get the better of me (we've all got one 😉).
Take every day as it comes. Don't forget that it takes time to see #progress - especially in yourself. We see ourselves every day - it's easy to not notice. 🙏🏼 .
The human body is a work of art— you only see what the artist wants you to. You can wrack your brain trying to decipher the intricacies on the surface, but there is an entire universe beyond what meets the eye, which you can not even begin to comprehend.
In projects Green deliverables are for done deliverables, everything else should probably be amber or red.
In fact, senior management should be shaking in their Ferragamo at the sight of a green lit project .
I Have been doing some reflecting today on how we communicate deliverables in projects and how too many green status deliverables is a sign of a red flag project.
I think it's about Being honest with ourselves and realising that if a deliverable is green you probably have not thought hard enough about the risks or issues that could effect the outcome of the deliverable in question .
A project flagged Amber or Red with the majority of deliverables flagged as such shows a project under control because risks and issues are being managed and communicated. We can deal with uncertainty , it's surprises that bite us in the proverbial .... I've been guilty of it as have thousands of others but there's no time like now to change.
Your thoughts ?