Module 1

Mindset

Finding clarity

Before you can move forward, you firstly need to get clear on where you are going.

That’s why I want you to create a vision statement, so that you get clarity on the person you want to become, and from there every day you can work on closing the gap.

Creating a vision statement

  • Your first big task is to create a ‘Vision Statement’ on who you want to become
  • Once you’ve written it, go and share it with the community. That way it becomes real, and we can hold you accountable and consistent
  • Take a moment each morning to read it, as doing so will get you in the right state of mind to face the day ahead

In this PDF you’ll find a guide on how to create your Vision Statement. Click the button below to download it.

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The STR Method

While this may have nothing to do with diet, the way you think and feel will directly affect your results in everything from your weight loss to your success in life.

That’s why to start your journey I want you to go through the STR Method (Subconscious Thought Reconstruction)

This is the exact process I use with all my one-to-one clients to help them change the way they think and feel about what is possible.

The Technique itself consists of three requisites of change, all of which need to be activated in order for it to work.

These will be the basis that everything you do moving forward is built around, so I really advise that you set aside time to go through these multiple times until it sinks in and then come back to it again over time.

  • In life you are either at the cause side of the equation or you are at effect, there is no middle ground
  • Once you start taking responsibility for your own actions, you will be able to get any result you want
  • This is not about blame, and instead is recognising that you can choose how you respond to any given situation, and you and only you are in control of your future
  • Once you are at cause you need to place your focus on what you want
  • And from there you need to take action on getting it
  • This can be applied to everything from giving in to cravings to pushing yourself to try something new, overcoming anxiety, managing stress and every other aspect of your life

Cause and effect task

At the end of each day for the next couple of weeks I want you to take a piece of paper and draw two columns.

On the one side write three things that went wrong and on the other three things that went right. Then below that, what your responsibility was in making them happen.

Remember, this is not about blame, and instead is about helping you embody being at cause, by getting you to take responsibility for all the good and the bad in your life. The reason why I love this is because often it is far too easy just to focus on what has gone wrong, completely overlooking the positives of what has gone right.

It seems simple, but you might write something down like work stopped you from eating properly. So think, what was your responsibility in that? You didn’t plan ahead for when to get lunch, didn’t pack something to take with you, or find another solution.

By becoming aware of this and taking responsibility, you can then use these findings to change how you think, making it easier to plan ahead for ways to respond differently in the future.

This is the one task I tend to find only a minority of people follow through with, but they are the ones who get and notice the biggest shift in how they think.

Creating a plan

In this video I take you through how you can create a plan based around you, your goals and the changes you want to make.

  • Take your vision statement and create a list of goals, adding to it any additional goals you have
  • Go through the goals and break them down into steps you’d need to go through in order to achieve them
  • Mark each step out of 10 based on how likely you feel like you could achieve it right now
  • Go through the list again and see if you can break any of the low scoring numbers down further into more manageable steps
  • Choose 2-3 ‘quick wins’ scoring a 9-10 to start focusing on right now
  • Reassess once a week and set targets for the following week