I am always excited to hear good news from others and their success. Today, I got word from a client on how he’s feeling after 2 months of coaching and using a product line we recommend.
I wanted to share it with you.
I’m sure you already know this, but I wanted to share a revelation with you.
When I started this program, I thought to myself, "Well, I feel good… I’m just getting fat(ter)." Whether or not you feel good at the outset of the program, that doesn’t matter. You start feeling good when you tighten your belt up one notch, or when you finally wear a shirt from two Christmases ago that you refused to give away because you hoped "someday" you would fit into it again (specifically the shirt I wore last Thursday!). Absolutely none of my pants fit me anymore. The pants I’m wearing today are cinched up at least an inch and a half at the waist, and these used to fit me comfortably.
It’s about people you’ve known for years just saying something as simple as, "Wow, “sweetie”, you look really good," or "How much weight have you lost?" Stuff like that really inspires me to keep up with my program.
You feel good when you hit some bumps while driving and your belly doesn’t jiggle (as much, anyway). That’s when I realized that I was really getting way too big. It’s an awesome feeling to look in the mirror and and actually begin to see the body you fooled yourself into thinking was actually there. Looking back at pictures from a year ago, heck, 2 months ago, is amazing.
I don’t just walk anymore. I think I have a little swagger in my step. I’m confident, and I feel like I really look great. I actually walk around with my shirt off around the house again because I’m not afraid anymore that, if I bend in a certain way, my fat rolls are going to disgust my wife.
All in all, "Feeling Good Fast" isn’t about whether or not you feel healthy, necessarily, it’s about seeing and feeling actual changes in your appearance, as well as in your confidence. It’s about feeling good fast in your own skin.
It’s always nice to get good news early in the day, it makes me smile all day long!