Two to four client success stories. Try to choose testimonials that show the breadth of your offerings and/or the subsequent positive outcomes. Try to include first names, photos, and even a pertinent description of each client you’re quoting—the more context readers have, the more likely they are to connect with an existing client’s story.
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the motivator that will set you up for success
People’s attempts to achieve their goals can be characterized under two motivational dimensions: a need for self-esteem and a need for personal growth. This distinction is important as the type of motivation greatly influences an individual’s well-being and ergo their ability to take effective action. In this module we explore why a need for self-esteem is damaging and will set you up for failure as opposed to success.
self-treatment in the pursuit of goals
This module is concerned with the way people treat themselves when confronted with personal weaknesses that they want to improve. In general, a distinction can be made between two types of behavior. The first type of behavior is referred to as self-neglect and is characterized by self-criticism; the latter is referred to as self-care and is characterized by self-compassion. In module 2, we explore the difference between these two types of behavior and address possible ways to increase self-care in order that you see bigger & better results, more quickly & easily than usual.
criticism, compassion & complacency
Many people are reluctant to treat themselves with compassion, as they worry that this will lead to complacency and prevent them from doing what they need to get what they want. This isn’t the case at all, however, and so we bust that myth in this module. In module 3 you’ll learn why self-compassion is a much more effective motivator than self-criticism… spoiler alert: it’s primarily because its driving force is love not fear, and fear is the biggest sabotager of success.
loving the skin you're in
One area in which self-compassion plays a particularly strong role is in our struggle to accept our bodies. We often tear ourselves to shreds with self-criticism when we don’t look the way we think we’re supposed to. We stare at airbrushed images in magazines and on Instagram and, understandably, feel that we don’t measure up. In this module, we explore how we can learn to love ourselves in a digitally enhanced world and show ourselves kindness as we strive to achieve our health & wellness goals.
the compassionate cooking method
In this BONUS module, you’ll learn Laura Lea Bryant’s signature system for compassionate cooking. This will be particularly helpful for you if you don’t have the best relationship with food. Not only will Laura Lea be sharing some of her past experiences with restriction & bingeing when she was self-neglecting rather than self-caring, she’ll be lifting the lid on the 3 steps you need to take to cut through the conditioning that has led you to be so self-critical so you can become a compassionate cook (STEP 1: Making Over Your Cooking Mindset, STEP 2: Identifying Your Cooking Personality Type & STEP 3: Embodying Your Cooking Identity).