Regaining Lost Motivation



We all want to be healthier, slimmer and sexier - But why?


What's our real purpose for wanting to change?


Even the strongest tenacity can soon disappear if you're trying to change for someone else - get thinner for your partner or exercise because someone says you're supposed to.


For some people losing weight might be simply down to making a few small changes to what they eat or drink, and they manage to keep weight off. For others, it can be a real struggle to a keep the weight from returning.





For me? The reason I do what I do is because: I love helping people reach their best and be their best, being sick and unhealthy robs you of many opportunities and pleasures in life. I have to take care of your mind, body and spirit in order to be the best of ME. WHY My life span in shortened if I don’t do anything about my health. I am robbing my child of being the best parent to him and I need to be a wife that is not burdensome but a always a blessing . That is my WHY! The reason I get up in the morning and get on with my business… What is yours?


Looking into the future and trying to predict what things might be like can be a powerful way to help you to start the process of change.


“What do you want in the future?”


Think about what your life might be like in 10-years’ time if you don't make any changes to your current way of living. How will things be different? What will be the same?”


Now, think about what you want your life to be like in 5 years’ time if you do make some changes to your current lifestyle. How will things be different now?


If I don't change:

  1. I may develop diabetes, heart disease or have problems with my joints or any other of the many auto immune diseases out there
  2. I will gain more weight and feel more uncomfortable


If I do change:

  1. I will look and feel better and this will improve my self-esteem and self-confidence
  2. I will have fewer or no weight related health problems.


To get motivated in a healthy way, start by asking yourself a few simple questions.


The idea is to get you thinking about where your intentions so that they become crystal clear. If a question seems difficult, you can always come back to it later.


You may want to write down thoughts or make a mental note so you can review and reflect on them later. This exercise is designed to remind yourself about what you need - as opposed to anyone else around you - in order to feel happy and fulfilled whilst keeping you on track.


If you don't make time for what matters to you, how can others value your importance?

• Who am I?

• What are my strengths and weaknesses?

• Who do I want to be?

• What am I missing?

• What's my motivation for wanting to improve my food and exercise habits?

• Am I afraid of making changes or taking risks?

• Am I afraid of failure or the responsibility that could come with success?

• Could I look at change as an adventure instead?

• What is stopping me from keeping on track?

• How can I navigate it?


The Next Step

Once you have found your real purpose, your motivation and you are clear on why you want to change, the next step is to create an action plan that is going to get you where you want to go and the results you want.


Quite hiding that inner beauty that is being held back by your limitations, if your mind is not tuned and managed properly, you are fighting a losing battle.


I am always here to help! Book a call here or contact me directly


Be the Best YOU!


Melissa

xoxo