Updated: Mar 18
WEIGHT LOSS CAN BE A STRUGGLE
Below are the main types of people I developed The Plan for.
Are you one of these types?
1. Perfectionists. Perfectionists are generally all or nothing doers. Natural self-sabotages, perfectionists can fall into yo - yo dieting or staying a little heavier than they'd like because its black or white with them. The diagnostic tool is great and helping to capitalize on perfectionists very strong strengths and minimize the weaknesses to create a more neutral, grey, easier to maintain lifestyle for perfectionists. They'll notice improvement in other aspects of their life as well.
2. Procrastinators. Procrastinators can get stuck because they can't make a decision. Procrastinators can make themselves feel unnecessary stress and then feel shame about it. Neither of these are helping their weight loss efforts. For procrastinators the clear path forward makes them feel comfortable enough to keep going. They find they not only like the predictability of their routine and they haven't felt anxious in a while. Healthy habits beget healthy habits, procrastinators quickly learn that the reason they haven't gotten started is because they dont know that micro step to help take action. This plan makes it easy to know what to do and positively reinforces you doing it because you feel so great.
3. Anxious people. Anxious people's worries have worries, they lost track of how deep down the rabbit hole they are. Anxiety can take a lot of energy to maintain. It's no wonder they've felt jinxed in their weight loss attempts. It is draining trying to feel normal and then here it comes again, when will it go, no one knows. We are more aware of our anxiety than ever. A custom plan not only puts those 'is this the best plan for me?' fears to bed but it teaches us how great we can feel. I believe that many people have no clue how great they can feel every day. I believe that once you feel it you'll always make an effort to find your way back to it. You may take breaks, lose your way, but you make a point to return and then keep returning. It makes the rest of your decisions so much easier when you know what you need to feel well. And isn't that what we're put here to do?