Thursday, December 20, 2012

A View from my Window

Tony Jeary in his book, Strategic Acceleration, refers to the way in which we see the world, our relationship to it, and to other people, as our "Belief Window."  Mr Jeary goes on to explain that, "Our belief window is shaped by the facts or ideas we accept as truth and our personal experience as it relates to those facts."

If visions of sugar plums and golden arches dance in our heads and all around us, the resulting obesity becomes accepted as the norm and our view of health may be limited.  While we may be able to hire a window washer to clean the windows in our homes, the only person with the ability to clean your "belief window" is yourself.  The things we believe to be true have a direct impact on the outcome of any changes we would like to make in our lives. Therefore, it is important to have a clear vision of what you want, a good understanding of your purpose, and the value of the desired changes.  The value placed on positive changes affects not only yourself, but the lives of your friends and family as well.

While no one can clean your belief window, asking for support and coaching is appropriate and often necessary to success. There are many types of support systems for dealing with life's issues, at Health Coach Resource, our call to action is the Take Shape for Life program lead by Dr Wayne Andersen, author of "Dr A's Habits of Health."  Whether you are a person seeking a clearer view of a world with health or a person interested in becoming a Health Coach, we invite you to contact us today and learn more about our vision of a healthier world.


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