[S2] Episode #6: 3 mindsets I used to lose 25lbs that you absolutely must stealOct 13, 2019
What is happening mon ami!!!!
So no dilly dallying today as it is Thanksgiving here in Canada (actually it's tomorrow, but friends of mine are celebrating it today) and I have a dinner to get to and some successful body vital behaviours that I have to manage...Yee Haw!!
Here's the scoop. I had great success transforming how I looked back in 2011, 2012 and the early part of 2013 and then over time, bad habits and faulty logic began to creep back in and soon I was pretty much back to where I once was; overweight and not liking the look of the body I had created for myself.
Towards the end of 2018 I realized that my life goes as my body goes. If my body isn't where I want it to be my life and my business also isn't where I want it to be. So I decided to build a program for myself that would address the problem once and for all.
And it worked wonderfully well. I now weigh 169.6 lbs as of this episode and my weight is still dropping as I search to discover what my ideal weight actually is. (Psst!! My hypothesis is that it's somewhere around 163 lbs + or - a few pounds.
Anyhow back to my weight. It's my lowest since birth. OK, I kid. I am just checking to see if you are actually reading this thing or not. It's my lowest weight in 35 years. The last time I weighed this little I was a 19 year old pimply faced kid (really I was.)
In today's episode I share 3 mindsets (of the 25 I have identified for myself) that helped me effortlessly* build my version of a successful body.
- The Vital behaviours mindset
- The Think in decades not days mindset and
- The law of cause and effect mindset
These are powerful mindsets that have vast applications beyond building a successful body. Look to see how you can apply them in other areas of your life. They work remarkably well.
To building out your mindset library,
PS. * When I say effortlessly, I'm referring to something that stretches me, but doesn't break me. In the past, I was a big fan of extreme solutions that would ultimately break me.