COVID-19

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What a year this month has been!

I have been absolutely bombarded with COVID-19 announcements, alerts, warnings, reminders etc. and I’m over it!

You probably are too.

The reality though, is that so much is still unknown.

What is your mindset right now? Survival mode? I think that’s where a lot of people are or are heading. They are taking the ‘just make it through’ approach.  This the mindset of the unprepared, the untrained, and it is born of panic and inability to accept radical life changes.

I want to offer you a different mindset. A change mindset. A Thrive mindset. A path that acknowledges panic, fear, uncertainty and yet empowers you to take action despite those feelings.

It starts with one very powerful core belief: Focus on actions, not outcomes. 

The truth is, no one can control what happens next. And that gives many of us a feeling of uncertainty that causes stress and anxiety. 

But by focusing your attention on small daily actions, you can move forward even in the face of uncertainty.

And in turn, that reduces stress and anxiety. 

This approach work time and time again.

So I have a strong belief it’ll work for you, too. 

For my part, I’m continuing to focus my daily actions that fulfill my company purpose. 

That purpose is to provide my clients with the education, tools, and support you need to improve your own life and the lives of others. 

And that’s not going to change. 

In the coming days, weeks, and even months, I’ll be posting resources to help you navigate these new challenges and continue to make the progress you want.

You can achieve your personal health and fitness goals in a time of distress. I will show you how. 

For today, I’ll leave you with this: A package of timely health and fitness resources you can use for yourself or share with others.

Because it is more important than ever that you take care of yourself (and help others do the same). 

These resources, of course, are only a first small step. Just consider it a simple daily action that helps me serve you. (I feel less stressed already.)

Be well,

Coach Emily