Are You Ready to Commit?

Mоѕt оf uѕ thіnk оf  the Nеw Year аѕ a ѕtаrtіng роіnt, a fresh beginning.  The beginning of a new year usually begins with decision and anticipation, especially in those first weeks of January.  As time goes on, though, maintaining our resolve can be hard when we hit those inevitable challenges that arise.

Research shows that, while 45% of the American population makes New Year’s resolutions, only 8% of those who do actually achieve their goal.  There are varying reasons for this.  Whether you’ve resolved to lose weight, exercise regularly or something else, even the strongest commitment can start to weaken when confronted with the various obstacles that can arise on the way to a goal.  It’s possible you didn’t have the right strategy for success, or maybe you’re not seeing results as fast as you would like.  And so forth. Discouragement sets in.

It’s always possible to make a fresh start, no matter the date on the calendar, as long as your commitment includes these two things.  One is your mindset.  Without a solid belief and commitment to achieve your goal no matter what, you’ve already started out on shaky ground.  You may get sidetracked, you may take two steps forward and one step back, a family emergency may come up, but your mindset is:  I am going to lose this 20 pounds, no matter what, I am going to get there.  This is the attitude that will determine your success.

The other factor is your game plan, your strategy for success.  I’m a big believer in the saying:  “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.”  Having a plan is essential.  It doesn’t have to be a complicated plan, but you must have a blueprint to guide you. Otherwise, you’re winging it and you’re not setting yourself up to succeed.   If you’re trying to lose weight, it may just be cutting out deserts and walking for 15 minutes daily to start, but you must have guidelines in place, a compass for success.

Wellness is a way of being!

Wellness is a way of being!

If you find yourself saying, “I know I need to do something, but I just don’t know where to start”? – no worries, it’s all been figured out for you!  My 6-week online Evergreen Life Workshop is starting on February 15th and can give you the foundation you need to succeed.   Building optimal sleep, food, mood, and exercise habits are what will help you look and feel your best, and enjoy peak performance in all you do.  In this workshop, you will learn how to:

  • Control your food cravings and enjoy – yes, enjoy! – healthier foods
  • Trim and tone your body even if you can’t spend 10 hours a week in a gym
  • Sleep tight each night
  • Snap back after setbacks
  • Become a more energetic, more optimistic, more engaging version of yourself.

Sound good so far?  Read on.

If you feel like you have tried everything under the sun, get ready to:

  • Get out of the one thinking trap that can kill your ability to feel capable of change
  • Implement clear and simple strategies, easily adaptable to your life
  • Work with your strengths rather than try to fix your flaws
  • Minimize the amount of will-power needed to achieve success

We’ll be using the approach described in the Healthy Living Bestseller:  Smarts and Stamina: The Busy Person’s Guide to Optimal Health and Performance.

The weekly activities are completely self-paced and can be completed at any time, wherever you have Internet access. There will be short videos, self-assessments, 3 live coaching calls, readings, and group discussions to give you a fresh and interactive experience. I’ve made this coaching program super-affordable because everyone deserves optimal health, energy and fulfillment.  Although the normal investment for this workshop is $179.00, if you register anytime before January 20th,  you only pay $147.00!

Act fast!   The Evergreen Life Workshop starts Monday, February 15th, and spaces are limited.    If you’re ready to get in shape on your own terms, and make it last, sign up here: https://app.ruzuku.com/courses/12168/enroll

 

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