Why is it that when we start something new, we want to go gung how and do everything perfectly all at once? Then before we know it, everything is a shambles because we have neglected everything all at once.
All-or-nothing thinking gets in the way of progress no matter what you try to accomplish, be it a sales goal or a healthy eating plan.
Gung-Ho is not our friend; however, when we look for progress rather than perfection in ourselves and others, our attitude and aptitude for change heighten.
Selecting one new habit each week to replace a habit that is not in alignment with yourself is a great way to replace the old and inspire the new, whether you need to make more calls to promote your business or sit down for a healthy lunch.
Take it a step further, eat a healthy sit-down lunch with a prospective client. Never eat alone, and create a selling is serving event.
We can't change everything in a day; we can build momentum daily.
What we carry from our past is weight to our bodies and souls. 🐝💕
Could you drop the past? 🐝💕and replace it with a positive presence.
Trust the Future with Gigantic Faith; & Enjoy Today. 🐝💕
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Helping others makes my soul smile. Self-care keeps me in the practicing what I preach mode.
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Motivational Keynote Speaker 🐝Lifestyle, Mindset & Empowerment Coach For Lasting Weight Loss 🐝Best Selling Author 🐝Practice Management Specialist For Weight Loss Professionals🐝Certified Health & Nutrition Coach🐝Author of The Twisted Love of Food Addiction