Five years ago, before I was a business owner, before I ever had a business idea, I was on a business trip for my corporate job.
I had been tasked with attending a medical conference in Washington DC.
One evening, the conference put on a happy hour for all the conference attendees.
I was hanging out with my coworkers when a man approached me.
He told me there was a medium at who had seen me and wanted to speak with me.
At first, we thought it was a very odd pick up line, but I was curious, so I went with him to a woman seated at the bar.
She was a completely normal looking 40-something year old dressed in business casuals.
I asked if she was in attendance as a psychic. She said no, she was there working, but she was a medium and did readings on the side.
"I noticed you over there and I felt really compelled to speak with you," she said.
I was shocked.
"You're going to do great things and help a lot of people."
And then she said the most important thing of all:
Who else is a Self-Help junkie?
I have been hooked since I was young. I was watching an Oprah show after school and it was centered around the topic and I just knew I wanted more.
The idea of "improving myself" like you would make updates to your home (weird analogy? ) was so fascinating to me.
I don't know when I bought my first self-help book was, but I now have a collection of them by my bed.
But for me, self-help isn't limited to that book collection. It shows up all over my life- like my obsessive journaling and my endless quest to be the healthiest I can be.
The one area of self-help I feel I have definitely mastered is meal prep.
This is also the area I have seen THE MOST impact on my life and my clients lives.
When it comes to losing weight, feeling confident, removing temptation, having freedom at meal times, having more time and saving money- learning to meal prep will instantly and seamlessly give you all of them.
It won't take years or months to see change in your life, it...
Making a change is HARD!
Whether you are changing houses, toothpastes or overhauling your diet, your brain does not love change.
Make it easier by being prepared.
This is the ONE step I see most people completely skip when they decide to lose weight.
You choose a goal weight, maybe even a diet you want to follow and then each day you wake up and have to figure out how to stick to that diet while being faced with all your old habits.
In that scenario, your brain has NO capacity to form new habits!
You are basically in fight or flight stress mode, just trying to get by with a healthy meal while your old habits work to keep you doing the same old.
To really make a change, planning HAS to occur.
Your healthy meals HAVE TO be ready for you so that old habits are easy to let go of.
This is WHAT WE DO in The Meal Prep Course.
We get you planned, prepared and relaxed, so when temptation arises it is NOT A PROBLEM.
Those new habits form fast and naturally. No fighting or resisting.