Winners discover things. We create. We inspire. We reveal.
We do not lose.
Nobody enjoys losing. Losing goes against the grain. We strive to win!
This is one of the main reasons “losing weight” is so challenging.
We resist it with every fiber of our being, because we don’t want to lose!
We want to feel fit and trim and energized.
We want to be healthy and active.
If we choose to make the goal “losing weight” and that goal comes up against one of our FAVORITE things ever – food – we will fall short of the goal every time. We do NOT want to lose. We do not identify as “losers.”
We like being winners, and we want to WIN at life!
If this sounds familiar, you are not alone!
What is the real goal?
We want to feel fit and trim and energized. We want to be healthy and active. We want to be confident, and wake up eager for our day!
Feeling fit, trim, energized, healthy and active are all benefits that increase the closer you get to your body’s optimal weight.
If winners don’t lose weight, how do we reach weight goals?
Winners eat empowered.
We achieve optimal body weight.
We reveal our authentic body.
We discover the sexy beast within.
We align our values with our intentions.
You can reframe this goal in any way that feels better to you!
How can you say it that makes it a goal you want with all your heart?
I will do whatever it takes to feel healthy, fit and vibrant every day.
I will set a healthy example for my children and grandchildren.
I will look in the mirror and LOVE what I see.
Any of these feels better than saying, “I need to lose weight.”
We are not losers, and we never enjoy losing.
We are winners. You are a winner.
Winners are confident. I don’t mean the kind of confident that comes from looking good, which is a side-effect of achieving optimal weight.
Winners are confident that they can choose what they want and make it happen!
Winners lean in when it gets challenging, focus on the goal, and REACH that finish line because it’s important, and worth the effort. This confidence comes from setting a goal and reaching it, setting another goal, and reaching it too. Lack of confidence comes from setting goals and falling short of them. But our future is not limited by what we achieved in the past!
Maybe the key to getting what we want is as simple as reframing it.
If the goal is one we have been wanting for a long time, yet not quite reaching, there is bound to be more than one thought we need to shift, if we are to succeed in reaching what we truly desire.
As a coach, I get to help my clients uncover their values, and tie those values to the goals they want to reach. This is a simple way to keep the motivation high and make steady progress to where you want to be!
What is your goal?
Is your goal something you are you doing because you are passionate for it?
Or is it something you “need” to do, or have been told you “should” do?
Even if a physician is saying we “should” do something, if we can’t reframe that into something we are “wanting,” we will resist it every step of the way, drain our energy, and take much longer to reach that goal if we achieve it at all.
If you want to reach your goal faster with less effort, reframe it from a “should” or “must” into a “want” and just watch how fast you achieve your desires!