I was so happy to get a really good person started in the T3 Method recently.
And by good, I mean in every sense of the word. She’s smart, dynamic, and a genuinely kind and generous person.
She also happens to have made some major improvements to her health and weight over the past few months. She changed some stuff around with her nutrition and movement, and a bunch of weight fell off her in the process.
So by all rights, you wouldn’t think she’d be much of a candidate to join a weight loss community, right?
Full disclosure: this person wasn’t a stranger to me. We’ve known of each other for a while and she was in online courses where I’ve been an instructor. She believes in the stuff I put out.
(And I don’t take that for granted. I’m eternally grateful to have that influence on people and take it very seriously.)
She was interested in T3 because of the excitement swirling around the message. She saw people she knows finding success in their weight and health, but also in the careers, businesses and relationships.
So she took the leap. And it’s going to be one of the best decisions she’s ever made.
And no, I’m not joking when I say that. I have that kind of confidence in what we’re doing.
Not the kind that has to stand on a chair and yell, “Look at me! Look at me!”
The kind that is quietly doing the deal. Enjoying life. Getting the benefits of being physically, mentally, emotionally and financially healthy.
And that is the framework the T3 Method is built on.
The alternative is a weight loss supplement, or food program, or exercise program.
Those are important. Good nutrition and good movement are necessary to lose weight and keep it off.
But it’s also why pretty much every weight loss program, including some really good ones have a high failure rate.
It’s not that they’re bad. Just that they don’t address the person on an intimate level.
And when someone gets happier, more confident, more committed to their best self…
The changes are real, lasting and spread out over many parts of their life.
Anyway…do you need a weight loss group even if you don’t want to lose weight?
That’s up to you. No one “needs” anything, unless they feel like they do.
But when you’re in an environment of people who strive for better health, and are willing to look at every part of their lives, and laugh with each other while they do it…
It’s a damn good place to be, no matter what you want to do.
CLICK HERE. Come see for yourself.
P.S.: By the way…on the last community call we did, one of our folks let it slip
she had lost all kinds of weight and had totally reshaped her body.
I didn’t even know she had done that! I knew she was feeling better about lots of different parts of her life.
But I think even she was so caught up with feeling and doing better she didn’t even realize she had changed her muscle to fat ratio dramatically, until a test at her gym showed it.
It’s the kind of thing you have to be part of to understand. But man…it feels GOOD!
Have you ever joined a group even though you really didn’t “need” the outcome? Did you just love the environment and wanted to be someplace that felt good?
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