If you’re not satisfied with where you’re currently at, whether it’s your…

  • health
  • weight
  • finances
  • relationships

…you need to take an honest look at what you’re doing and how it’s working for you.

NO judgement.

NO blaming.

Simply assessing and tracking what you’re doing in that area of your life.

If you’re concerned about your weight, you could ask yourself:

  • How often am I eating healthy food?
  • How often am I getting 10k steps in a day?
  • How much water am I drinking on a daily basis?
  • etc…

If you’re concerned about your finances, you could ask yourself:

  • How much money am I spending each month?
  • What am I spending my money on each month?
  • etc…

Your actions determine your outcomes.

And I know there can be all sorts of factors but at the end of the day, YOU’RE responsible for YOU.

I used to be terrified to look at my bank accounts because of what I was afraid to find.

I used to avoid reviewing my day because I knew I was wasting a ton of time on stuff that didn’t matter.

It was more comfortable to NOT know.

I was procrastinating being uncomfortable.

But also procrastinating getting to where I deep down wanted to be.

Until you have an HONEST picture of what you’re doing, you can tell yourself all sorts of stories about why you’re at where you’re at.

Trust me, I’ve been there and done that. And I still catch myself doing it.

But once you’ve collected that data and taken the time to look at it, you’re in a POWERFUL place.

You’ve now got a no BS awareness of where you’re at.

All the noise falls away and you can see what you can do to improve.

If you’re worried about your weight but you’re barely moving during the day, going for at least 1 walk a day is now a simple and clear change.

If your health isn’t where you’d like it to be and you’re eating out 4-5x a week, cooking at home more is a clear and simple change.

Click here to check out some very simple but healthy and delicious recipes you could start incorporating into your routine!!

Start small.

Focus on consistency over perfection.

And occasionally check the horizon to remind yourself where you’re headed.