Why not eating a Croissant every morning can change your life

Does it matter if you eat that croissant each morning? Does that croissant each morning matter to get a great body, a healthy mind – and maybe somehow for your business to thrive sooner or your career to take off? Would you become a better person in any way? Is the croissant somehow connected to your personal and business success? 

Yes, it is.

Because everything is connected.

Everything. Is. Connected.

What does it mean to eat the croissant in the morning?

– Eating that croissant means starting the day in a place where there is 99% unhealthy food (“Don’t go into the candy shop if you don’t want to eat candy”) – and starting the day around people who mostly just drink coffee all day – and are living in their own comfort zone – or don’t work/create at all.

-> And that again means to build that easy coffee culture yourself and not be consistent, growing or productive, instead making coffee culture your own bad habit.

-> And eating that croissant will add a high amount of fats and calories – about 15-20g of pure fat, of 280 Calories every single day. That’s about 8 ‘400 calories per month.

-> And while we are doing bad habits, we are okay to do more bad habits such as being okay to eat a chocolate croissant now and then (400+ calories, more fat + sugar).

-> And when we allow ourselves to eat a chocolate croissant, we also allow ourselves to eat a piece of cake, some M&Ms or a Snickers (more calories, more sugar, more fat)

-> But what’s worse, because we eat that croissant in the morning -> it means to be okay to break your fasting earlier and not get to 14-16 hours which then can push fat burning.

-> And that breaking of the fasting has many negative effects, because it means to not enjoy all the effects of fasting such as higher brain activity, weight loss, possible cancer prevention, increased productivity, better heart, burning fat, reduction of inflammation, and more…

-> That means we are also less motivated to do our workout, which again would have many more positive effects. We might do it or not, but probably less motivated and less intense. It would just matter less, as we consciously choose to eat a pain au chocolat that day.

-> And the negative impact of that croissant to breaking the fasting – leads then to slower progress in workouts, losing weight – and therefore in slower progress of becoming our best version.

-> And because we don’t get the higher brain activity, and have less energy overall, we are less productive and less focused.

-> Less energy, less productivity, less output, less focus, less will power, and finally less self-love. Never going all in to become our best version.

And all that leads to procrastinating and pushing away our best self. It means we never allow ourselves to see our full potential. Our best version. Our strongest version. We never get there, we never allow it to happen.

Finally, all it says is that we just don’t have enough self love. Not enough self respect. We don’t think we are worthy to be the best we can be.

Pushing away our best selves is pushing away ourselves.

1 step in the wrong direction, needs another two steps in the right direction, to just make 1 step in the right direction.

1 bad thing can create a cycle of bad things.

1 bad habit can create a cycle of bad habits.

1 cigarette leads to 100 bad things.

1 pushup leads to 100 good things.

Choosing to not eat that croissant can and will change your life, because it’s all connected.