Monday, April 23, 2012

Lesson One: What's a Structural Tension Chart?



In this week's "Monday Check-in Note" for clients, I quoted a client's story and realized this is a perfect example of how to construct a "Structural Tension Chart" as described by Robert Fritz and Dr Andersen. This skill is a key to sucess whether your goal is to lose weight, become debt free, or plan a party!

Open up 
Dr A's Habit's of Health and go to the Forward on page viii.  Then read chapters 1-4. By the time you reach page 31, you will have a good idea of why to create a Structural Tension Chart and see what a powerful tool you will have for the rest of your life.

Here's her story:
"This is the first time in years that I've looked forward to summer!!  I've always dreaded warm weather because my shorts rode up and I hated how my arms looked in short sleeves.  If I wore a dress, I felt a scraping of panty hose or sweaty thighs as I walked - it was a private misery!  I've spent many summers longing for the return of cold weather when I could cover up again!  Now I'm down 94 pounds and am looking forward to wearing shorts and a T-shirt without feeling embarrassed!" 

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