Have you ever wondered why you can see so clearly what you need to do to lose weight and feel the way you want to – but you can’t make it happen?
You are so not alone.
Let’s talk about two of the easily overlooked pieces that can hold you back.
When you aren’t getting the results that you want, you basically have two choices for creating success. You can try working harder (using the same old approach that isn’t bringing you results) or you can change what you’re doing so that you can be more effective.
Which sounds really good – except for your blind spots.
You can’t see where you don’t know to look and you don’t know what you don’t know.
This is why smart women often come up empty when they’re trying to identify their Hidden Hungers and the reasons they’re overeating. This is why I meet so many incredibly successful women who are frustrated with overeating or emotional eating but don’t know what to do instead.
Other signs that you’re stuck in your own blind spot or a dead-end way of thinking:
You may feel like it’s hopeless to consider carving out time for yourself or you may have no idea how to do it.
You may know that taking better care of yourself is important, but feel guilty about making yourself a priority.
You may not even know how to begin changing your eating without going on a diet, or feel too overwhelmed or exhausted to stick with any plan you come up with.
You are not alone.
Smart women stay stuck on a weight loss hamster wheel when they want to do things differently, but they don’t know how.
Specifically, they don’t (yet) know the right strategies and they don’t have the right support in their life to make it happen.
Success happens when you:
- Know the right questions to ask.
- Have the right tools and resources so you can implement what you know.
- Have the support to help you keep things do-able so you don’t get overwhelmed, and to help you see your progress and your destination when you can’t quite see it yourself.
- Have just enough guidance so that you stop getting lost in the trees and start managing the forest – finding smart ways to address real issues with food, time, stress, your schedule, and your life.
Do you want help creating peace with food, and freedom from overeating? Are you ready to invest in making changes that last? I’m currently accepting a few private clients for 1:1 coaching. You can learn all about my six-month coaching program here.