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You > Abs

March 17, 2016

This is some “real talk” between a long term client of mine who’s struggling right now with her expectations, overbearing commitments, and finding balance. She relies very heavily on the scale and extrinsic metrics to define her success (and dare I say self-worth). I was a bit hesitant to share this since it’s raw and […]

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Be Responsible About You Responsibility

March 3, 2016

Newsflash: Your success is your responsibility. Own it. How? Well… most people likely read that and think something like, “I have to start doing X 100%!” That’s nonsense. Extreme, all-in, perfectionistic thinking translates into a sense of inadequacy and failure. Owning your responsibility is partly about accepting the fact that life is a wild ride. […]

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You can’t lose fat in the same river twice

February 26, 2016

“No man ever steps in same river twice; for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man.” I love this quote from Heraclitus. It highlights the concept of having a process based mindset. It screams self-experimentation, which is one of the cornerstones of success in my opinion. Just as the water is always […]

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BI Change Community Digest #2

January 10, 2016

Here’s this week’s wrap up of awesome posts over on the BI Change Community: Regarding throwing out junk and needless food in the house and the anxiety that it can stir up about wasting food, Dawn brilliantly said, “But think of getting rid of that stuff like this .. If you overeat, and take in […]

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What is the Very Next Step?

January 5, 2016

Here’s something I’ve never done before. I’m posted a guest contribution. I simply couldn’t resist. It was originally posted on the Facebook wall of one of my one-on-one web coaching clients. He then felt it’d likely help out people in the BI Change Community, so he shared it there. The moment I caught wind of […]

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BI Change Community Digest #1

January 1, 2016

I never made an announcement since I’m sort of just letting things happen organically, but I started a private Facebook community. It’s call the BI Change Community. I really didn’t have an idea about how I wanted it to function. It’s invite only. I started by simply inviting my paying one-on-one coaching clients. From there, […]

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Self-Experimentation, Habits, and Being Human

November 16, 2015

Here is a snippet of a conversation I was having with a great web coaching client. This guy is awesome… and his progress is remarkable. Since he started his journey, which I’ve only been a part of for 8 months or so, he has literally cut his bodyweight in half. He’s very consistent. He’s like a […]

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To Snack Or Not To Snack… That Is The Question

November 11, 2015

This is a snippet from a conversation about snacking with one of my web coaching clients. She was asking me how I go about my own meal schedule and snacking: Me: To be fair to the concept of autonomy, you would have to pick a schedule that works for you. For caloric control and hunger […]

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Your Truths Might Be Hurting Your Fat Loss

August 6, 2015

We all have quirky habits that stand between us and our goals. The more you practice these habits the more ingrained and the more of a dominant force in your life they become A while back I had a conversation with a new client who told me the moment she gets home from work she wants […]

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Honoring Yourself

July 20, 2015

Something I’m constantly reminding my clients is the idea of acting according to the person they strive to be. I recently said something along those lines to one of my long term web clients and she followed up with a simple question. What does that actually look like for you? To which I responded: “Yeah, this […]

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