Commit to a Process
Nowadays, we are hardwired to always look for a quick simple fix. “Lose 30 lbs. in 30 days!” Sound familiar? Our social space is saturated with “before and after” shots of people that did it. So why can’t you? The problem isn’t your lack of commitment, or your motivation. The problem is your approach. Commit to a journey, not a destination.
Quick fixes don’t last. Small, gradual and permanent changes do.
Good vs. Bad
Labelling food as “good” or “bad” distorts the relationship you have with food.
Is it realistic to assume you can keep counting calories or tracking points forever?
We believe in people, not methods. The human mind is hardwired to resist change. What we offer is an approach, not just a amethod. We offer an opportunity to pursue a transformation, not the chance to chase a goal. The hard truth is that you have no right to possess what you’re not willing to pursue.
In a society that profits from our self-doubt, empowering yourself to take control of your health almost becomes an act of rebellion. Don’t resign yourself to a statistically predetermined fate. Make a courageous decision to get healthy today. Your deserve it. Your family deserves it.