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Studies show that external measures of: achievement (i.e. counting calories), success or lackthereof (i.e. your weight on a scale) and rewards (i.e. money) often don’t motivate, and, in many cases de-motivate. Yet many weight loss programs emphasize the numbers. The...
“Failure.” “Deprivation.” “Work… drudgery… all-or-nothing.” I was staring at an audience of anxious, arms-crossed participants of the recently kicked-off community Biggest Loser™ challenge. I had asked what their first thoughts were when I said the words...
If left to our own devices, we humans would likely take the lazy route. Life coach accountability is therefore quite useful, especially at the beginning of a habit change, such as reducing sugar intake, or for a specific project, such as de-cluttering your home.
There’s a reason why Jane Austen book clubs, Ya-Ya Sisterhoods, and every kind of Meetup you can imagine exist. We yearn for community.
Negative thinking is often at the root of our unhealthy behaviors. Here’s how to shift to more powerful, action-generating neutral or positive thinking.
The first step in creating any significant behavior change must start with making cognitive and emotional shifts. Coaching can be most powerful here.
Truce coaching both transforms how you think about your body as well as your body itself. Now it’s your turn, starting with a Coaching Discovery to bring awareness to how you’re currently viewing it.
When you apply coaching (at least my brand of health coaching) to the weighty body image conversation, all sorts of transformative shifts happen. I’ll give you an example of a pivotal a-ha moment that helped a weight loss coach client of mine named Emily completely change course.
Transformation calls for a 180 degree turn from what you are currently doing. Our egos get in the way so much that whatever you think is the best course of action often merits considering the complete opposite.
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