Nothing worth doing can be done alone. Phil Caravaggio Start looking for your "pit crew" — all the people who can support and help you in your journey around the track of health. Start recruiting your supporters The people around us — family, friends, co-workers, roommates, etc. — can influence what we do. Make that work in your favour. This week try building your social support network by recruiting some cheerleaders and helpers for Team You. You don't have to dump all your
Feel the fear... and do something anyway. One way to tell whether something is difficult is to ask yourself: Am I afraid of this? Whenever I start coaching a new client, I get a good idea of their basic fears. Some of the more popular ones: • I’m really nervous.
• I’m worried that this program won’t work.
• I think I'm too broken to x. Dig a little deeper. What's underneath? • Superficial: What if I can’t do the lessons?
• Moderately deep: What if I screw up?
• Deep down:
To improve on your vegetable choices, first aim for variety in colours Then, to keep levelling up, below are a few more criteria to consider on creating your own continuum for eating "better" vegetables. What's your current decision-making criteria for choosing vegetables? Vegetables can be assessed based on: What's nutritionally better What's personally better, for your lifestyle and deep health What makes a vegetable nutritionally "better"? Nutritional quality Better veget
This question might make you squirm, but I’m going to ask it anyway... How effective are your workouts? Do you regularly push yourself to the limit? Do you work to fatigue with every set?
Do you have nothing left to give when it’s over? Or would you describe your workout more like a comfortable trot? Do you coast along, breaking a respectable sweat while doing the same old routine? Since you are spending a portion of your valuable time working out, I assume that you desire t
For many people, sleep time is whatever time is leftover at the end of the day. Life is busy. Sleep can easily become the last priority. The reality is, especially within a busy life, taking ownership of prioritizing sleep is vital. We can't be healthy and happy without it. What's so great about sleep? Sleep restores everything in our bodies: Our immune, nervous, skeletal, hormonal, and muscular systems. Sleep helps regulate our metabolism, including blood sugar and insulin l
There is a direct link between our digestive system and overall body health, and as we know, the healthier we are, the better we can fit illness. With most people, there is a lack of understanding when it comes to digestive health. In addition to, handling stress, and exercising, a commitment to good health includes eating responsibly and choosing the right foods. An improper diet can ruin a good digestive system. But perhaps you are eating quality foods in the correct ratios
You see things, and you say, “Why?”
But I dream things that never were, and I say, “Why not?”
- George Bernard Shaw Setting Goals has been proven many times to be a fundamental aspect of achieving success. Goal setting works on various levels; big goals which are often called Visions, things that need to be achieved to ensure that you move towards the Vision which we call Outcomes and the small things that you need to be doing now, which we call Actions.
These are all goal
Focus on the process, not the product. In this coaching article, we're going to look more at the process of change.
Making change is a skill. A skill you can practice. And improve. And if you want to make big changes, you have to take small, consistent daily actions.
In fact, your behaviours are the only things you can control. So, make those your goal. Behaviours vs. Outcomes The world is pretty uncontrollable. Life happens. • If you want to sell your house for a good pric