Note: This is an email (and video below) that I sent to members of my Inner Circle for a challenge of the week. I’m posting it publicly here so it has a chance to challenge & impact you also (and so you can get a teaser about the fun stuff I send weekly to my Inner Circle).
BUT, it’s not what you want to hear, it’s what you need to hear.
My Inner Circle is full of highly motivated people who are constantly challenging themselves and working to improve their lives, so I know they were ready for it.
Are you ready to confront your health barriers and get what you want also?
If you’re ready to finally leap-frog over your health barriers just like them, then here we go…
We need to talk (you might want to sit down for this).
Ever since we started this relationship, there’s been an elephant in the room.
Imagine you go to Google and search: “What should I do to get more healthy?”
And you get back: “You need to do these 101 things every single day of your life or else you’ll never, ever reach your goals. Number 1 is…”
Woh, that’s harsh haha. I’d probably just turn around crying, ready to run away because that answer SUCKED.
OK, I’m exaggerating a tad, but seriously, check out the search results for “what to do to get healthy”…
Look at that last one! Seriously!?!?! :'(
Let’s be honest, the Internet is amazing and can teach you anything you would ever want to know, including how to ride a unicycle while balancing a red ball on your nose like a seal, but…
When it comes to health: the Internet is a jungle.
And that’s putting it politely considering the sheer amount of tips, tricks, and top 1,000 lists floating around out there.
I’m getting a panic attack just looking at “The 101 Best Things to Do for Your Body Now!”
That kind of stuff makes me want to lock all my doors and just sit in my room crying. All. Day.
It’s overwhelming, de-motivational, and completely unnecessary.
The truth is that you don’t have to carry around a list in your pocket of the 101 things you have to do today (or else risk dying from a lack of health) like a lot of articles on the Internet might lead you to believe.
It’s a lot more simple than that as long as you have the right lens to decide between healthy and unhealthy choices.