Ever heard that saying, If you’re on time, you’re late?
That’s how I feel about New Year’s Resolutions. A lot of people say, I’m going to do X starting January 1st, but that’s already too late! If you start a few months earlier, taking small, actionable, and realistic steps, come January 1st, you’d already have momentum.
What if January wasn’t the best time for kickstarting new goals, when some of us are in the dark cold of winter? Why not try something a little different this year?
The autumn season is a good time to take stock of all the work you’ve put in over the past year, assess what worked, where you dropped the ball, and where you’d like to improve moving forward. But change doesn’t happen in a vacuum. If you’re looking to shift into new habits and behaviors, and you want something more than another diet, if you want to stop depriving yourself, I invite you to schedule a Health History.
During the Health History, we’ll spend an hour discussing your health goals and what you’d like to make happen in the months to come. If it looks like we’d be a good fit, I’ll invite you to join the next cycle of my group health coaching cycle.
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