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Stop living in a world of what if’s and worst-case scenarios. I understand, firsthand, how scary it can be to have an incurable, chronic illness. But you need to also understand that your life is not over. There is a best-case scenario for you. And you can make the path to getting there work for your unique needs. You just need the willingness to take the first step. It takes courage, but the hope and health that is on the other side of it, is worth it. The power belongs to you.
It feels like your body failed you. But what if it is simply calling for your attention? Your body is trying to heal and can’t do it without you. Nobody knows your body better than you. Your body speaks to you in a way that nobody else can hear. Are you listening? Really listening? More importantly, are you willing to answer its call? Learn to trust your body again. Trust in its ability to build a new level of health. Trust in its ability to thrive.
It’s time to get off the treadmill of never-ending to-do’s. Let go of the overachiever, perfectionist mindset so you have the energy and time for what matters most to you. This is your invitation to actually make life better than before your diagnosis. Get ready to turn everyday moments into meaningful memories of a life well lived.
What You Will Get With The Developing a Thriving Mindset for MS Challenge
Day 1: Manage the Emotions of Your Diagnosis
Want to bypass this step? I did too. Yet, doing so is the fastest way to stunt your progress and healing. Skip this step and you will struggle. Take this step and you soar to a new level of health and living. This process holds the keys to freeing yourself from fear and chronic worries.
Day 2: Find Meaning in the Mess
Time and energy are two of our most precious resources. The people and things that matter most to you deserve more than the leftovers. Learn to harness true meaning so you can start living with purpose and intention.
Day 3: Cast Your Vision
To create a path to health, you have to know your destination... beyond "I want to be healthy." And the fact that you an autoimmune disease doesn't mean that you have to lower expectations for your future. This is an invitation to envision a future of vibrant health and true happiness.
Day 4: Design Your Ideal Average Day
How you live your day is how you live your life. So, let's cut through the overwhelm of all the to-do's, should's and hope-to-get-to's. The list of healing to-do's alone is long enough. Here, we map out your ideal average day so you can live your days - and life - with intention.
Day 5: Create Lasting Change
Change is hard. Motivation dies off. Yet, your illness is chronic and incurable. You need habits that will stand the test of time. You need chronic inspiration. Learn the fastest and easiest way to create lasting change.
Connect with a worldwide community of people who get its so you never feel alone. Share your wins and struggles so you can keep your momentum going.
Participate in live Q&A sessions to overcome stumbling blocks and receive tested strategies and guidance to implementing change in your life.
Receive check lists, journal prompts and templates so you can track your progress and keep yourself accountable.
Still Trying To Decide?
This IS For You If...
You are ready to make changes.
You are committed to your healing.
You are ready to give and receive support.
This Is NOT For You If...
You are committed to perfection.
If you're committed to staying stuck until you "have it all figured out," this is not the place for you. We celebrate progress over perfection because imperfect action is better than no action. Perfection is an illusion.
You want to justify your limitations.
As the saying goes, 'If you argue for your limitations you get to keep them. But if you argue for your possibilities you get to create them!' Are you #TeamLimitations or #TeamPossibilities?
You are waiting to feel motivated.
Action often precedes motivation. It's not about waiting for motivation to arrive on your doorstep. It's about take the steps to create motivation.