This might seem a strange question, but person after person we speak to indirectly asks it.
They’re frustrated, they’re down, they feel stuck, they feel frumpy. The extra weight has crept on, they’re low on energy, getting lower on confidence every day, not even liking what they see in the mirror anymore. Heck, they don’t even like their thought patterns.
They know if they don’t do something, then it’s not that it won’t change. It’s that it will get worse.
Yet these same people all do the same thing. They talk themselves out of taking action.
Sometimes they think it’s the money. Sometimes they think it’s the time they’ll need to invest.
Here’s the thing – 8 weeks of your entire life to completely transform your relationship with food, to build a super positive mindset, to change your body shape and feel energised, confident and empowered is not a big ask.
Especially when we’re talking 20 to 45 minutes a day three to five days a week moving your body, 60 to 90 minutes a week to make the most of workshops and new habits happening almost on autopilot.
If it’s the money, then what’s it costing you now? What will it cost you if you don’t address it? And what’s it worth to you to feel incredible in your own body?
Money replenishes, time doesn’t. Let that sink in.
In any case, both of these reasons are really excuses, it boils down to one thing…
I don’t trust myself.
Maybe you have a lifetime of diets, fads and failures of those behind you. We get it.
Maybe you think you can’t see it through because you’ve quit on things before.
Maybe it all seems to hard.
What if you did it? What if it worked? How would that feel?
Waiting for that “thing” that’s going to magically change everything for you means you’ll be waiting a long time. Like, forever.
We get results for our clients time and time again. You don’t have to trust you, because we’ve got you, you just need to trust the process, and you can, because it works.
If you’re serious about making changes, then get in touch. If you like making excuses for where you are, then sorry, but please don’t. At least until you’re ready to step up.
I’ll leave you with one last thought…
Don’t let your past define your future.