09 Feb CTP & Non-Negotiables
In order to minimise decision fatigue, create your structures, systems and strategies, the first port of call is to audit your schedule and create non negotiable time blocks for the fundamentals:
- Meal prep
- Cardio / Steps
Once you’ve established those non negotiable time blocks ensure you give yourself a small 10-30% time buffer to account for potential obstacles.
For example if you give yourself 60 mins for training but haven’t accounted for the 10 mins walk to and from the gym, this will lead to more decisions being made and in hand diminishing your quality of decisions later in the day.
The main goal of establishing non negotiables is so that you can ensure you have the freedom to not only execute the fundamentals within your lifestyle, but also do it in a manner that eradicates any decisions and maximises time management.
When looking to refine your non negotiables and 3 S’s, you’ll need to allow a sufficient amount of time to determine whether or not that specific structure is best for you – test it out for 2 weeks, review and refine from there.
Once you’ve audited your schedule and implemented your non negotiable’s within your lifestyle, this will serve as the framework to ensure your long term adherence and success.
To learn more about this important phase at the start of your journey, read this article:
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