Darren Hardy’s book, The Compound Effect had a huge influence on my life. If you haven’t read it, I highly recommend it. The Compound Effect is the strategy of reaping huge rewards from small, seemingly insignificant actions. Consistency drives massive results!

I’m writing this post today because I want to make sure you are bettering your health.

After talking to a couple of happy members, I have realized that all of them had to get over at least 1 or more of 3 major fears before they took the leap to invest in themselves.

Today, many of them lead a more balanced and productive life, living with serenity but without side effects. I’ve been talking a lot about our memberships and how beneficial they are. It just occurred to me… you might be hesitant to invest because of some of these internal fears.

I see it as my duty to help you process and get past these same fears that many of my members had as well, so that you too will go from surviving to thriving. Stop being reactive and start being proactive.

Common Fear #1: “I can’t afford it”

How much is your sanity worth to your life?

Members often tell us they are able to reduce stress which impacts all areas of their lives including their relationships, their jobs and even their sex lives. Breakups can be expensive, not to mention loss of productivity at work or even job loss due to high stress and nervous breakdowns. This is an investment in your quality of life.

Also consider this: What is the cost of not pursuing a more balanced lifestyle?

How much wasted time, energy, and effort will go down the drain if you continue as you are, always talking about change but never attaining it. How much is a good night’s sleep worth to you and your health long term? Not to mention the overall lowered risk you have when taking care of your body, mind and spirit before it’s too late and your medical bills pile up due to mistreating yourself over the years.

Common Fear #2: “I don’t have time”

I love the saying “If you don’t make time for your wellness, you will be forced to make time for your illness”. This is so true. We only realize what we had when it is taken away from us. Our health and wellbeing is something money cannot fix. Only time, attention, and intention will allow us to be proactive rather than reactive.

Common Fear #3: “Now’s not the right time”

If not now, then when? I’ll tell you why now is the best time to join us. It only takes one small step at a time to create a lifelong healthy habit!

No matter how busy you are, it is much better to do something small every day (as long as it’s in the right direction), than to do nothing at all and wait for the “perfect” time.

Are you a bit shocked that I know your secret fears so well?

Don’t worry — I’m not spying on you! I’ve been where you are and helped many just like you. Plus, I have been through this myself. Especially after every one of my pregnancies. Having a baby took everything out of me and recovering from pregnancy, birth and the baby years always took me 2-3 years to recover. It took grace to understand where I was and that my journey to my new self would take time but that I needed to make progress a little at a time. We make what we prioritize and I learned to make “me” a priority.

Are you ready to make yourself a priority?

I invite you to join us for a free consultation.

Be still and be well.