"I'll track my food tomorrow"
"I'll go to bed earlier next week"
"I'll contact SMP next year"
When it comes to making excuses,
we are often our own worst enemies.
We believe our own lies
and delude ourselves into thinking
that we are justified in our actions.
The truth is,
excuses sound best to those who are saying them.
We convince ourselves that we are doing what we need to do,
when in reality we just need some support.
It's important to be honest with yourself
and recognize when you are making excuses.
Only then can you take responsibility for your actions
and make the necessary changes.
we don't just get you to write in your journal for the sake of it.
Or because we saw it on a meme on Instagram.
It's because connecting with yourself through journaling is a sure fire way to
a) develop a relationship with yourself but also
b) see where your excuses about a behaviour come up and
If there are changes you've been wanting to make in your life,
start by being honest with yourself.
Why do you want them?
Who do you think it will make you?
What are your reasons for avoiding it?
Because here's the thing -
There are two types of people in this world:
Which group do you want to be in?
The bottom line is this:
if you want to make a change in your life,
you need to be honest with yourself.
Sometimes that honesty is reaching out and saying to us -
"What I'm doing isn't working"
"I've been training for years and I'm still not where I want to be"
"I don't know how to fix this"
Those aren't excuses.
That's the truth.
And with that kind of honesty, transparency and integrity?
We can help you fix that.
We have a process that has helped
thousands of womens do exactly what you're trying to do.
But only if you do.
Chat with one of our team and find out exactly what's holding you back from YOUR greatness.
Love and light,
SMP Coaching Team