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3 Reasons Why You Should Consider a Health Coach

Raise your hand if you've ever gone into a bookstore and walked out with 3+ books on self-development that you've either A) never read or B) read but didn't gain much from...

Listen, when it comes to making a change in our lives, lack of information is not what's to blame. Instead, it's the abundance of information that leaves us confused, overwhelmed, and right where we started.

The most logical, practical solution? Working with a coach!!

There’s a surplus of information out there in books, online, and on social media about how to lose weight, become healthy, and reach your goals for good.

But, it’s easy to get caught in a cycle of analysis paralysis and feel overwhelmed about where to begin.

Working with a health coach ensures that you’ll be able to clearly identify what your goals are, co-create the right plan, and then be held accountable for actually making sure that you stay on track.

When it comes to health and lifestyle goals, it’s usually never just about the aesthetics of losing weight. Deep down, most people want to feel confident and overcome whatever hurdles are holding them back from reaching their full potential.

A coach is able to create a personalized plan for you and hold you to a higher standard than trying to go at it alone.

  • information alone does not lead to transformation

  • a health coach can help you better identify what you are really wanting out of your health journey

  • people see faster, more sustainable results when they invest in a coach

1. A coach helps you identify and clarify what it is that would truly serve your wellness needs, YOUR unique, individual goals.. A book can't do that.

What does it mean to you, personally, to be healthy?

2. Your health coach will help to create a customized, personalized plan just for you based on whatever goals you have.

How best can you get from where you are to where you want to be?

It's not about a coach telling you what to do... it's about you gaining the confidence and having knowledge to know what to do for yourself.

Powerful questions, pattern identification, and strategies.

3. A coach will hold you accountable when your friends and loved ones probably won't.

A coach can help you work through barriers that (will) come up over time that may otherwise have been perceived as sabotage to your best-laid plans.

** It's about lasting change, not a quick fix. A book doesn't know about you, your lifestyle, your interests.

A coach has real conversations with you.

Remember that even you have all of the information in the world, if it's not personalized to you, it's probably not going to work.

If you would like to start a conversation about how I can be this support for YOU, email me at or book a free consultation call:

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