Are you at a turning point in your life?
Maybe you’re finally feeling like you’re ready, willing, and able to take your health habits seriously.
You know you need to do better, yet you’re struggling with the how. The fad diets and fitness programs haven’t worked and that’s okay.
It’s brought you to where you are right now. This moment, this turning point, may be exactly what you need to finally take control over your health.
So how do you know if you’re ready?
Let’s take a look at the 5 Signs.
#1 Are you becoming more aware of what you eat and how it impacts your mind and body?
For example, maybe you’ve noticed that you feel better with more protein in a meal or perhaps you have increased your intake of fruits and vegetables and your digestion has improved. If you’ve started to connect the dots between what you eat and how you feel, you’re ready for a health renovation.
#2 Do you feel like you know yourself a little bit better than what you used to?
You have started to understand what habits and practices serve you and what habits don’t.
For example, maybe you tried to go keto overnight only to find that you’re physically and mentally not able to just flip a switch, you need a gradual habit change. If you’ve started to learn more about what works best for you, you’re ready for a health renovation.
#3 Have you gained a stronger understanding of Discipline, Forgiveness, and Persistence?
You’re learning to be disciplined when a goal matters to you yet you’re also able to forgive yourself when you make mistakes or have a setback. And all along the way, you know you can be persistent. If you are ready to put in some hard work and also find balance in your life, you’re ready for a health renovation.
#4 Are you willing to ask hard questions?
Whether you’re digging deep into your own motives and patterns or you’re talking with someone else, you’re willing to ask the difficult or challenging questions because you know the only way forward is with knowledge.
#5 Have you learned that you need a support system?
Have you learned that it’s okay to ask for help? You know that asking for help is a sign of strength. You don’t know it all and when you do ask for help, you seek out trusted advisors.
If you found yourself nodding your head “yes” to any of these questions, congratulations! This is critical information on your path to health, happiness, and better well-being. You deserve to look and feel your best and sometimes that can be a process.
I offer many self-guided programs as well as one on one coaching, schedule a free call and let’s talk about what would best serve YOU and your health goals.