Do You Have Nutrition Confidence?

by | Jan 22, 2020

IMAGINE… feeling totally confident in your ability to reach your goals, on your own, without needing a nutrition coach, program, or template ?

Here’s an interesting fact about me…

The leanest I’ve ever been in my life (according to Inbody so take it for what it’s worth) was accomplished on my own.

No nutrition coach. No one writing training for me. No one holding me accountable. Just me, myself, and I.

Before you continue eye-rolling and cursing me out, context is important…

Up until that point I had tried at least a dozen diets, an equal amount of training programs, worked with several different coaches, got certified as a personal trainer, got 3 different nutrition certifications, and really felt like I needed to “look the part.”

I was educated, motivated, and determined.

Here’s another interesting fact… I have not gone without at least two coaches in my life since then.

Why not? If I can do it on my own, then why invest in coaches?

Because it’s my personal choice. It’s one less thing I have to think about. I love the accountability. I love hearing different perspectives. I’m more inclined to get shit done.

The point is that nutrition coaching became optional for me. I didn’t feel like I NEEDED it. I have coaches because I WANT coaches. And I believe in the VALUE of nutrition coaching. That’s it. It’s literally that simple.

I’m telling you this because you may feel like you NEED coaching. And you probably do.

If you’re anything like me, you’ve tried a bunch of different programs and nothing has stuck. Most of the time you ended up more confused than before you started.

Or you tried to rinse and repeat the same diet protocol with the hopes of a different result. And it never happened.

When people think of our coaching… they will immediately think of “the last coaching program I ever needed.”

That’s what we’re building. That’s what we’re going to accomplish.

Our goal, with every single client, is to get them to a point where coaching becomes a completely personal choice. You either want it or you don’t. It’s not a NEED because you’re confused and frustrated.

This will be our calling card. The last coaching program you will ever need.

Here’s the coolest part about it… let’s say you do decide you want coaching after you “graduate.”

But you resonate with someone else outside of our team. Awesome… and because you’ve reached a point of total self-awareness, self-reliance, and understanding… you’ll be WAY more successful with that other coach! (You’re welcome, other coaches ?)

It’s a beautiful thing.

If you don’t know where to start, The Personality Diet Experience makes a lot of sense. It’ll help you understand the process a bit better and start to think differently about your own individual needs.

You can join that group, for free, ===> HERE <===

Much love,

The Personality Diet CTA

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