Here’s a relatable story:
You want to seriously start taking care of your body, so you’ve decided to hit the gym every day for a 30 minutes session.– Every one of us at some point in their life
As any new goal, you’ll probably do it for the first few days. You’ll crave the necessary time to do it and prepare your bag, water, and towel to hit the gym. A new habit is building up. It’s a good day.
Then one day, due to circumstances, all you have is 10 or 20 minutes. So, will you hit the gym? Will you skip it? Or substitute it for something else? This is an example of a bad day.
Guess what? If you skip during the bad days, there is a highly chance that your habit will not stick. And vice-versa.
So, at the end of the day, what you did during the good days didn’t count. Bad days count more.