I love spring and associate it with freshness and renewal and beginnings. Unfortunately, many women I talk to associate it with bathing suit shopping, and pressures to shape up and lose weight. Right now, they are starting to prepare for another disappointing ride on the diet roller coaster (you know–the ride with lots of ups and downs where you always end up right where you started). There really is a better way. Please know, that if you are tired of struggling with overeating or emotional eating, there is a way out that doesn’t involve going through the vicious cycle or the endless yo-yo dieting that you may feel trapped in.
Just in time for spring, I’m offering a free teleseminar with a big title: Get Back In the Driver’s Seat With Overeating, Binge Eating and Emotional Eating: How to Stop Struggling and Make Peace With Food
Here’s the agenda:
- Find out why diets don’t work and the missing ingredient you need to be effective
- Learn how to identify what you are really craving (if you are overeating—it’s not food) and the problem with “food rules”
- Discover what you should be paying attention to that you probably aren’t
- Learn how you can create your own customized blueprint for making peace with food—once and for all
… and much more.
You’ll also be the first to hear about the new session of the Emotional Eating Toolbox™ Take Action Series, which kicks off May 11, 2010 and some of the new benefits that I’ve added.
This free teleseminar that takes place Tuesday, April 20, 2010 at 3pm Pacific, 4pm Mountain, 5pm Central, and 6pm Eastern. You’ll want to be live on the call so that you can get your questions answered, however, if you can’t make it, you’ll still want to register. The call will be recorded and all who register will receive access to the recording. Teleseminars are easy to attend. You just dial in on the long distance number you will be provided when you register (you will be responsible for any long distance calls). You’ll be given an access code and instructed to punch it in and then you’ll join us on the line. I’ll definitely be taking your questions throughout the call.
Just go here to save your seat.
Take good care,