Who are some of the people you admire most?
They can be people you know personally, or people in the public eye, like celebrities, thought leaders, or artists. Anyone!
Now think about what you admire most about each one.
How many of them did you say, “their body?”
Although I admire many people, what their body looks like does not make it near the top of my list for anyone on it.
When I think of these people, I think about who they are. What they do. How they make the world a better place.
Even for someone like Beyoncé.
Likewise, what your body looks like is one of the least important things about you.
I know, that sounds strange coming from a coach who helps people lose weight, but it’s true. Yet a lot of people have low self-esteem because of how they think their body looks.
This causes them to have trouble managing their eating, taking good care of themselves, and being a healthy weight. They’re stuck because of how they feel about themselves.
Are you one of these folx?
Listen to learn how to love yourself enough to take proper care of your body, and why road to a healthy body image is in fixing how you think about yourself more than it is changing your body.
I’m so excited to announce that I’m opening the doors to the Weight Loss for Foodies Group Coaching Program on Friday, August 28th. There will be a special early bird registration price, so get on my email list to be sure you’re notified. You can sign up below, and grab some of the free resources that I created for YOU!
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