Are you a slave to your scale? Do you make decisions about food, exercise and even the clothes you wear based on ONE number you see each morning?
Over the past 10 years I’ve had dozens, if not hundreds, of clients that allowed a single number to determine their outlook for the day.
I’m here to tell you it’s got to stop and it CAN! With THREE simple steps.
Step #1 – Move the scale out of the bathroom so you don’t look at it every morning. You will be surprised at how impactful this can be. See Pam’s story about moving the scale and making this shift and becoming so much happier (and healthier I might add) because of it.
Step #2 – Think about yourself in terms of being strong rather than being skinny. I’m not talking about being strong like Arnold or strong like The Rock, but strong mentally and physically. Strong enough to get down on the floor and play with your grandkids, strong enough to walk 18 holes and still have the energy to be engaged with your family at the end of the day.
Step #3 – Hire a coach who will challenge you in more ways than losing 10lbs, someone who will see your full potential and won’t accept you selling yourself short anymore. But they also see where you are at right now in your journey and can lock arms with you every-step of the way. A coach, a mentor, a friend.
These three action steps will free you of the chains of slavery to the scale. Listen to me… you know when your body is changing and it has nothing to do with a digital reading on some machine that sits on the floor. Your clothes and your energy tell you more than a $20 machine you bought at Wal-Mart.
Look at the three steps above, #1 should be simple but #2 usually occurs after you’ve completed #3. If you are looking for a coach to meet you where you’re at in your journey and then take you to where you want to be Email Kari for your free consultation. Its on the house, and your chance to see if GTS is the right place and has the coaches to help you break free!
Be STRONG my friends.
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