We tend to think that “putting ourselves first” is a bad thing.

By way of example, I’ve coached many high-level executives who seem extremely confident, are at the top of their game . . . but who put their own needs last in order to get there.

The problem is, forgetting to prioritize ourselves always leads to an eventual breakdown: of our health, of our work, of our relationships. That’s why a HUGE part of my work is teaching people how to avoid that.

Essentially, it’s about loving yourself healthy.

Or, in other words:

  • Not feeding yourself insane doses of sugar.
  • Not saying “yes” to everything, running yourself ragged and depriving yourself of sleep.
  • Telling perfection to buzz off.
  • Respecting yourself and your body enough to make a change, from the inside out.

And yes, it starts in your mind long before it starts on the scale.

Put another way:

Feed your mind, and the rest will follow.

And once your mindset is right, we get your gut right.

I often say, “You have no idea how badly you feel until you feel good.” And what I mean by that is this: Once you get your digestive system working properly and your hormones balanced, you’ll discover that you not only have more energy and motivation, but a brighter outlook, too. All of which allow you to make nutrition choices that will make you feel good GREAT.

The best part? Once you know what really feeling great really feels like, you’ll never (ever) want to go back.

My work is all about consistency over perfectionism.

It’s about discovering how you feel when you nourish yourself in the right way.

It’s about finally listening to and trusting what your body is telling you.

And it’s about actually enjoying what you’re eating because you’ve transformed the way you think about food.

And frankly? It’s downright magical.

So if you’re ready to call bullshit on “Good Enough” . . .

If you’re ready to call bullshit on the idea that your life has to be perfect before you start . . .

If you’re ready to truly begin living your best life possible . . .

. . . let’s get to work.

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