Change is hard. Especially when it comes to changing the food we eat or the timing of when we eat along with the myriad of other components that make up a healthy lifestyle. In the short term, wanting to change can be enough. All that positive emotion and hope gives a jolt of energy to get going. But after a while, when those feelings normalize and the shiny packaging of a new diet wears off, it’s easy to lose touch with that high-intensity emotion that initially sprang us forward to take the first steps.
And then for other people, the desire to change isn’t quite enough to propel them forward to make those first steps. They need more — maybe more knowledge, perhaps a tangible understanding of their end-goal or even more personal coaching to soothe fears around the unknown of a new health program. Where do you fall? I’m the type of person who is always excited about new information. The more I seek out an idea, the greater my enthusiasm grows for it. I realized at a young age that a lot of my intuitive feelings about health, diet, and wellness were aligned with real science that backed my gut instincts. As I continuously explored different paths to healing, I gained more and more confidence in my ability to coach myself into a state of well-being. Here are some of the ways I learned to navigate motivation and use it to get the results I had long wanted.
Get Out of Your Own Way to Get Results and Get Healthy.
Now is as Good as Any Time for Change.
Ask Yourself, “What if I Was Already Perfect?
Transform Your Self-Talk.
You have all the reasons to succeed. You have the tools and the support. So let’s get healthy together! For more opportunities to find your glow, please see if my Glow15 program is right for you!