Personal Development Training
Can It Increase Your Wellness?
personal development training that motivates you to exercise and become
healthier is a sign of a good program, but how does it do it?
One way is to...
Give you scientific
evidence about what happens when you don't take care of yourself
physically, which gives you a better understanding of why
you need to take better care of yourself...
knowledge has a very motivating factor!
positive thinking program that I took also talked about self-respect
being one of the key things that motivates us to take care of
which I find to be absolutely true.
I experienced some pretty dramatic
change from the online personal development training course I chose to
which surprised me because I
would never have expected such results from any online personal
development training course.
But since I'm
“into” positive thinking so much (as you can tell
by this site), I'm always checking out the latest positive thinking
course and I had a lot of "Ah ha" moments with the course I took.
share some of my insights with you, I've put some of my thoughts here
as I went through week six of the eight-week prgram..
THOUGHTS AS I PROGRESS THROUGH
What I have liked overall
program is how they always provide "evidence" about things.
It really drives home the benefits of taking care of ourselves.
week had a
lot of "inside information" about prescription drugs, foods and
sweeteners because one of the narrators is a former chemist who worked
for "Big Pharma." He revealed a lot about the FDA and "food
for profits" from his experience as a chemist.
thing that I like about this program overall is how they have you
listen to the cds in a certain "repeated" fashion. This
allows me to absorb the information on different levels.
on this particular cd about wellness, I "got" the fact that one of our
sweeteners was created in a pesticide
lab. But how could that be? Aren't our
safe? Not that particular sweetener (which is
everywhere). Its purpose as a pesticide is to change DNA to
"self destruct" - so to speak... Yet it's in all our foods.
Wow! [So, perhaps real sugar in moderation is a better choice?]
They also discussed the real reason people
finally decide to take care of themselves, which is knowledge that
would definitely help many, many people understand why they "fail" at
diets, etc. And it comes down to self respect.
the key to this "week of wellness" is that they boiled things down to
core issues of how to motivate yourself to succeed...
boils down to habits...
And they were very
encouraging with taking steps in the right direction.
is one of the few venues that I have found that I completely agree with
everything they've said... Which is rare...
not only informs us of key
elements to success with wellness, but gives "right on" information
about how to stay healthy for the rest of our lives.
also correlate the importance of self respect and self love, as well as
discussing the common “ingredients” that people
live to 100+ that include community ties and laughter.
I like how they emphasized
lifestyle, commitment, and habits. And how all these things
add up to a long life.
week brings a shift in my knowledge and understanding, which is no
surprise since they address such core issues, I can't help but change.
this week's information has surprised me...
in each exercise I've been journaling the words "I'm already doing
Yet, I'm still shifting from the
different perspective they pose...
I've lost weight
I'm effortlessly staying away from
the few sugars that I had in my diet...
actually feeling a major shift happening in my body!
does this surprise me? I've practiced a nutritional lifestyle
that is completely opposite from the "standard" American diet for
years, yet I'm seeing results from the wellness tips that are about
better diet and exercise, etc..
was eating “low carb” years before it was the
I'm always being perceived
as “she's on a diet” but no one every understood my
“diet” or the reasons behind it...
were to remain youthful, slim, and, most importantly, healthy.
fact, this program is only the second "entity" to validate my
lifestyle since I began it in 1996 after a severe health crisis.
lived an extremely health-conscious lifestyle since that health crisis,
and this program not only agrees with my unusually healthy
lifestyle, it backs it up with scientific evidence that it's the
choice if you want to stay youthful, slim, active and healthy for many
And like I said, I've lived a
“squeaky clean” lifestyle for years, yet I
benefited quite a bit from everything in this online personal
Sorry to report that this terrific online personal
training is no longer
available. But, if you're looking for a positive thinking
that motivates you to take better care of yourself, check out my
program below [which I think is even better than the one I'm
discussing]. Here's more information on it...
program motivates you to create a healthier lifestyle by teaching you
to find your limiting beliefs that are stopping you and delivers the
information to you through audios, workbooks and guided meditations.
It gives you
results by tuning your radar [your subconscious mind] to initiate the
changes you desire in your life by using
"invisible" subliminal recordings and guided hypnosis meditations.
shopping around for online personal development training, be sure that
it covers different ways of delivering the information to
you. Why? Because the best way to learn is to get
it “from different directions" such as listening to an audio,
reading a workbook and/or listening to guided meditations.
Thinking Course: Is One Worthwhile?
positive thinking course is a great avenue to explore if you can find a
good one. I found one that was supposed to have been the premiere
product in the industry. But as I started, I wondered...
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