How to get results……

Have you ever asked yourself what’s really holding you back from getting the results you want to feel at home in your body?

What about why do you tolerate carrying around extra weight?

Here’s a client story that might help.

I have been working with a client who told me she had tried it all.

When I did my client intake here’s some of what she said:

I’ve have tried every diet out there.  I would lose weight, but I was miserable and hungry all the time.  I put all the weight right back on.

I don’t look in the mirror anymore.

I’m only 42 and I get winded walking up the stairs.

I hate myself.

I have so much anxiety.

I take all this medication!  What’s it going to be like when I’m 60?

I think I’m ugly and unlovable.

My heart ached as I listened.  However, as her coach it was up to me to help her break through what was holding her back.

Here are some of the questions I asked:

Me:  What do you think is holding you back from what you want?

          Her answer:  I’m afraid I’ll fail again.

Me:  What if you could change the way you see yourself?

          Her answer:  I’m afraid I won’t stop crying.

Me:  What’s your hesitation around taking action?

Her answer:  If I put myself first, my family won’t love me anymore.

Can you see the common denominator here?  It’s fear.

Fear is a learned behavior and I’m happy to say we are breaking through that.

So far, as we are journey toward her desired results, my client has lost 14 pounds, smiles all the time and is on fewer medications.

Here’s her formula for unlearning her fear and getting results.

She made a decision to change. (Sounds simple but it’s not when fear is involved.)

She is taking action and adjusts her behaviors throughout every day. (Best antidote to fear is action.)

She uses the tools and knowledge I provide her with to move beyond her self-limiting beliefs that have held her back.

Have you ever asked yourself, what would happen if you could see what’s holding you back?  If you knew what it was would you be able to take action?

Something to ponder upon.


P.S.  If you have struggles like my client’s, let’s set up a discovery call to chat.  We can see if working together would be a good fit.