What Did You Choose?

Totally agree!

Goss Coaching

Often people think, “When I lose weight, get a better job, get past this stressful event, have a more supportive partner, etc., then I can be the person I am meant to be.”

But if we spend all of our time waiting for the people, events, and situations of our lives to change, we will always be waiting to take flight, live up to our potential, and live the life of our dreams.

What has to change is you. What has to change is how you think about yourself, what you deserve, and what you are capable of. And the change has to begin right now, right where you are.

What are the values you hold most dear? What is your relationship to All-That-Is (God, Source, the Universe, Higher Coach—whatever works for you)? What are your priorities in life? What are your gifts and talents?

Does being overweight change Who…

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Aimee
    Feb 29, 2012 @ 16:30:30

    I couldn’t agree with this more. I kept telling myself that I once I lost weight I would try running. Isn’t that ridiculous? I may not be at my goal weight or at a weight I’m comfortable at, but I’m running almost every day. Initially some of the weight came off and for a while I have simply maintained my weight. However, a whole new world opened up to me once I realized how much I loved running. It is a wonderful thing mentally and physically. I enjoy running races. We use my races as an excuse to see new places. My son is going to do a fun run in a few weeks. My husband will run his first 10K this summer and has run a couple of 5Ks. Other friends have raced with me. All because I stopped waiting and started doing.

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  2. Goss Coaching
    Feb 29, 2012 @ 16:57:49

    Thanks so much for reblogging! I really appreciate it!

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