What's some really important activity that you struggle with having enough time to do? On a consistent basis.
I'd like to share a hypothetical with you, as an example that we really are masters of our own schedule.
Let’s say the activity Genevieve is struggling with is “going to the gym 3X a week.” And let’s say she’s pinpointed why It’s important to her: She wants to be around to see her great grandchildren (she’s only 35 now, but has high aspirations) AND she doesn’t want to fall victim to heart disease like so many relatives in her family.
Now, another step Genevieve will find helpful is to uncover her resistance to the activity she’s struggling with. That will help pinpoint where the sabotaging behavior is coming from.
Let's say she's done the work and she uncovers that she actually believes something counterproductive about exercise even though she knows why it’s important to her.
Taking Genevieve through a simple process, that we’ll uncover during next week’s Not Enough Time call (Tuesday, Nov. 10th @ 5PM PST) causes her to realize she actually hates gyms. She associates the gym with a bad accident she had years ago, so there’s resistance to physically being in gyms.
What an eye-opener.
Genevieve now has a world of opportunities open to her because she got clear about why the activity is important to her and then took it a step further to uncover what she actually thinks about the activity itself.
Genevieve is now in a position to take further steps to recover from the gym accident so she can feel differently about gyms.
She can just go ahead and create other empowering exercise possibilities for her well-being and completely let go of this idea that fitness and wellness means "going to the gym 3X a week."
That's what this call is about: Getting you to a place of empowerment so you can make decisions about how you spend your time and stand by them from a mountaintop viewpoint.
If you've already registered for the call, great! If not, there's still time. Grab your free spot here.
Feel good and kick ass!