Happy New Year! I love this time of year! It’s a great time to reflect and set intentions for a fresh year ahead.
Asking ourselves good questions can help point our thinking in the right direction for achieving what we do want. A Superb question that I heard this year is:
What did you accomplish in 2014… that you would like to carry forward into 2015?
What are you happy to leave behind? That’s a great one to remember what you don’t want to carry forward with you into 2015.
Here’s another one to think about:
As you look back over 2014, what would you like to have accomplished, that didn’t get
done? This is a fresh year and a great time to reset that intention.
As a weight management and personal success coach, let me know if I can be of any additional help to support you in making this a year to manifest your personal goals!
Did you over indulge during the holidays?
No worries because you can do a quick reset with Ideal Protein. Remember that once you achieve your ideal weight, keep your threshold low at about 5 pounds, to manage
slight weight gains and quickly get back on track.
Variety is our second basic human need, and getting creative with healthy eating is
very important to managing your ideal weight. A great website for recipe ideas is: www.ideallyyou.org
PHASE 4 RESOURCE FOR WEIGHT MAINTENANCE:
There is a great resource that was launched this year – a cookbook for Phase 4 weight
management. It’s a beautiful hardcover Ideal Protein recipe book that contains lots of delicious and creative ways to add variety to healthy eating!
If you could use further assistance in Phase 4, please let me know how I can be of service to support your ongoing success.
I love quotes. Here’s a few to inspire you.
“Success is neither magical or mysterious. Success is the natural consequence of consistently applying the basic fundamentals.”
— Jim Rohn
“Success in this industry is not in finding the right person, but in becoming the right person.”
— Dr. Forrest Shaklee
“Don’t wait for a light to appear at the end of the tunnel, stride down there and light the bloody thing yourself.”
— Sara Henderson
“I don’t worry about the storms, I am learning to sail my own ship.”
— Louisa May Alcott
Make 2015 an amazing year! Begin now!