As you'd imagine, we spend a lot of our time helping individuals make sense of the mass of healthy living information in the world. It's our job to ensure they feel motivated and inspired to make the changes and get the results that work for them and their specific desires and circumstances.
Getting great results with wellbeing is simple when you know how It boils down to a straightforward 10-step process. Anyone who follows each of these steps is GUARANTEED positive results with their health, wellbeing and personal performance. Try it for yourself or pass the strategy to others in the business who you think might find it useful. 1. Be very clear on the wellbeing results you are going to achieve
2. Be specific about when you will achieve these results
3. Identify what you currently know that will help you reach your goals quickly
4. Identify what you currently do that will help you reach your goals quickly
5. Identify any gaps in your wellbeing knowledge that could slow your progress towards your goals. Find out how you can plug these gaps
6. Sketch out a personal wellbeing plan that includes a selection of key ideas, attitudes, strategies, routines and habits which you think will help you achieve your desired results. Your plan should be a blue-sky vision of the daily lifestyle choices, activities and decisions that you know deep down are right for you, your objectives and your circumstances
7. Put your plan into action immediately
8. Use your plan to take consistent, daily action towards your goals
9. Review your plan regularly, judging it against your desired time line and results, and make adjustments accordingly. Experiment with new behaviors to speed up progress or amend your deadline to ensure it is realistic.
10. Celebrate success and update your goals regularly. Always have specific targets in mind, even if the target is to maintain your current wellbeing results. If you have a goal you can measure progress at every stage and every lifestyle choice you make can be judged in relation to your targets. Without a goal, daily choices become blurry, reactive and ill-defined.