Most of us heard that it's what we eat that makes the difference to our body shape and our weight. In reality it has as much to do with what exercise we do, or don't do. The majority of us spend most of our days sitting down - in front of a computer, in a car or in front of the TV. We all know that exercise is essential for being healthy and losing weight but not everyone wants to go to the gym, has lots of time to exercise or knows what they should be doing to keep fit.
Taken from a live event, the UK's leading Lifecoach, Pete Cohen will show you how to become slimmer, fitter and healthier using the power of your mind by revealing some of his secrets in successfully working with thousands of people helping them achieve their goals. The key to thinking yourself slim is in reprogramming your mind to lose weight, be free from the extremes of dieting and to give you a relaxed, healthy relationship with eating and food.
Imagine stepping out of your front door and not having a clue of where you wanted to go: you'd probably just stand there not knowing which way to turn or you'd wander aimlessly round in circles. This seems like a mad thing to do, yet so many of us amble through life in this way without any kind of direction or purpose. You can let life take care of itself and you may well be OK; but most people would like a bit more of a guarantee that life will not only be OK - but that it will be great!
We all have times when we feel nervous or not quite good enough, some people have a lack of self-esteem that makes them feel worthless or stops them from doing things they want to do. In this live presentation, the UK's leading lifecoach Pete Cohen will take you through some simple but highly effective steps to help you feel comfortable in any situation.
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You've got the information and now you need to get ready. Any successful journey starts with some preparation and that's what this step is all about. Step 2 will show you what to expect from the Sort Your Life Out system. We will tell you about the tools you need to stay motivated and on track: the good news is that you already have these. You may think that you're lazy and that you don't know how to be focused - but you do.
Most people struggle to have a 'healthy lifestyle" because they think it will be too difficult to do, hard work or even painful. And that you'd have to give up lots of things and miss out on the things they enjoy like chocolate, alcohol and their favourite snacks or treats. Or when people try to adopt a 'healthy lifestyle' they throw themselves right into it, denying themselves the things they really enjoy.
Everyone wants to be happy, and although what makes us happy is very individual, we all spend a lot of time and energy doing things that we think will make us happier. But is it possible that we already have everything we need to be happy? In this live presentation, the UK's leading lifecoach Pete Cohen will show you that happiness is not about having more of anything in particular and that happiness is about being happy with what you already have.
Most people want to change something in their lives, but what stops us? People say its too difficult, they don't know how, they don't have the time, or that their lives are already so full they don't energy to change. In this live presentation, the UK's leading lifecoach Pete Cohen shows you how to fix, mend and clear out anything that's holding you back in your life. Pete will teach you practical solutions to everyday emotional problems that will deliver lasting change and permanent results to all areas of your life.
Diets do not work in the long-term. They tell you what to eat and when to eat it and, most of all they tell you what you can't have - and that's no fun at all. So it's important that first of all you understand the Sort Your Life Out approach. The key to a permanently slimmer and fitter body is learning how to manage your emotions. Most people are out of balance with their diet: they switch between extremes of denial and indulgence.
Step 3 is about changing your behaviour for 21 days. Why 21 days? Well, because when you do something for 21 consecutive days, it becomes a habit. So, whilst it may take you longer than three weeks to shed all your unwanted pounds, once you've completed this step you'll find that you want to be active and you want to eat nourishing, healthy food. You'll be in control of your emotions and cravings will be a thing of the past.