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Define Your Intention for Making Change

So you want to be healthy. What does that mean? It's an ambiguous statement that probably won't lead you anywhere tangible.

Having a clear overall intention for WHY you want to make changes in your habits and patterns is key for staying motivated and having the right resources and action steps.

Do any of these resonate with you?

I want to look better.

I want to get my eating under control and lose weight.

I want to feel better.

I want to find a way to be balanced and feel good for the long-term.

I want to have a peaceful and nurturing relationship with food.

I want to be free of the negative self-talk and judgments in my head.

I want to nourish my body with more whole foods.

I want to be healthier so that I can be there for those I love in my life.

I want to feel more confident in my kitchen.

I want to know how to move my body in a more purposeful, effective way.

I want to understand how I can best prevent disease.

When intentions are expanded and address deeper personal values, they are more actionable.

What is very important to you? What do you value in your life?

What are the real life qualities you want from "Getting healthy?"

This is the first step to being ready to actually take steps to shift habits and make change. Ambiguity does not yield results. Knowledge does not translate into action.

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