Free Wellness Report.pdf
That's right...I want you to make excuses. Make excuses to workout, make excuses to eat better and
make excuses to do something to manage your stress! I don't care where your motivation comes from.
The reasons to improve our wellness are infinite! We want to live longer, to play with our children or
grand children, to enhance our survival, to look better, to manage our pain, to feel better, to improve the
quality of our life, to improve our self-esteem and so on. It simply does not matter what our motivation
is, we just have to find the things that matter to us and use those as daily reminders to strive toward our
goal of complete wellness. Stop reading right now and make a list of the reasons that support you in
stoking your motivation to work on your wellness. Post that list in a place where you will see it everyday.
Before you go to bed each night spend 60 seconds seeing yourself exactly as you would like to be. See
yourself as trim, fit, healthy, relaxed, happy and in perfect health. Tell yourself that when you wake up
you will feel fantastic, refreshed and ready to face your day. When you rise that morning make your first
thoughts "I feel refreshed, energized and ready for my day!" Sit on the edge of the bed, sit up straight
and once again visualize yourself exactly as you want to be. These simply, positive affirmation and
visualization techniques are phenomenally powerful. Don't believe me; try it for 4 - 6 weeks. It works
because the mind controls the body, but you have to prove it to yourself first. Don't take my word for it,
but do take my challenge. Anyone, and I mean anyone, can do this simple technique. I don't care how
busy you are, you can spare a few minutes each day for your own self-care!
I mean this quite literally. It is very hard to stay on track without help and support. What type of help you
decide to enlist is entirely up to you. You can hire a wellness professional to help guide you in every
aspect of your personal development. You can make a contract with a friend to provide support for each
other. You can have a competition with a group of friends or co-workers to see who can loose the most
body fat. You can make a family resolution, list your goals and support each other in achieving those
goals. How you go about setting up a support system is unique to your needs, but it is also a critical
component to your success. Nothing works better than having someone to help or someone to help you.
Make a Contract
Write up a contract with three sections. These three sections should include fitness, nutrition and stress
management. Under each section you will list REALISTIC goals and set a REASONABLE time to achieve