**There’s a difference between losing weight and being healthy**
When you’re interested in losing weight, there is usually an event or an occasion that you have in mind or an outfit you would love to wear. When you are committed to being healthy….it’s for life (the great thing is that weight loss naturally happens when this becomes your focus!)
“Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant” this quote speaks volumes on how we can implement small changes in our every day life to create an overall outcome of long term, sustainable health.
I see it time and time again, every one wants a quick fix and rapid weight loss, but is that a good enough of an outcome to reach for?
What if more energy was your motivator? Being about to get through the day without ache and pains? No more feelings of complete overwhelm? Isn’t that a more desirable state of being than being smaller for one off event and then putting it all back on when the motivator is no longer there?
It’s a fact of life. Dieting does not work. Eat less, Exercise more is an old school equation that is not the answer.
When I get off the phone or a message with a client, I know with 100% certainty that I could change their life and help them to improve their health but do you know what I hear a lot of the time:
• I need to lose weight like… yesterday but I just can’t afford it, it’s expensive to eat healthy.
• I’ve tried everything to lose weight… everything…but I’m broke right now so maybe next month
• I am so tired all of the time, I just don’t have the energy to be healthy
I used to feel like I had failed someone when this was their response. But each day I’m reminded there will ALWAYS be two sides of the coin, and although I do my best to change that narrative, fact is fact.
There are those who are going to wish that things were different and see minimal change.
Anddd then there are those who invest with me to make the stars align.
I have to tell you, when those stars align and our work begins together, it is such powerful a feeling because I know these people are legit about achieving real results.
The question is. Are you interested in a short term, quick fix? Or are you committed to leading a health life and achieving long term results?
Let me know in the comments below