If you've ever tried to implement new habits, you know about limiting beliefs.
We make a decision to make a change and then we get solid within ourselves that this is indeed what we are going to do. Resolve.
The first few days, it's all great… but then it's a bit of forcing and white-knuckling our way through.
And then all that inner talk happens… inner critic, inner conflicts, inner stubborn adolescent… and we start thinking, this is impossible.
But what we need to remember is that it’s just our programming. Doing new things can be challenging and motivation only gets you so far.
That's why this week, my guest, Sarah Thomas (@burnfatandfeast), talks to me about limiting beliefs and how we can move past them.
- Sarah's journey from being an overweight child to today (1:58)
- The impact of people close to us (8:46)
- The importance of self-talk and how to train it (17:33)
- How to start showing up like you want to (25:14)
- Aligning our choices (29:09)
- The limiting beliefs we've had (35:27)
Sarah is a 45 year old personal trainer, fitness instructor, nutrition coach, business mentor, wife, mom of three and the founder and CEO of Burn Fat and FEAST, a lifestyle program for women who feel stuck and frustrated with weight loss and overall well-being. Burn Fat and FEAST provides a proven, step-by-step system that educates and empowers women to finally shed the excess weight, increase metabolism and stop the yo-yo dieting once and for all. At Burn Fat and FEAST we teach women to live life to the fullest by focusing on progress over perfection!
Burn Fat & FEAST program empowers women to take ownership of their wellness and change the trajectory of obesity and disease by providing a roadmap to sustainable success and a support system every step of the way!
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