I get it.
I mean, just the other day my daughter did a number 2 (once again) in the bath
But it turns out that the “accident” I’m talking about today was NOT an accident
It turns out that a women drove her car into a “chicken” truck…
Because she was “vegan”
Now, I don’t know how true this is (link at the bottom)
But it got me thinking…
How much of what you do every day is based on your emotions?
Are they well-thought, conscious decisions?
And I’ve been there
You see, I was so passionate about spreading the word about how eating fat doesn’t necessarily make you fat
That my coaching became emotionally- led
Rather than evidenced-based
You see, i was so passionate that it looked like (to some)
That I was saying that “carbs are bad”
^^^ I even got sent messages saying “you were right about carbs being bad, Matt”
Which is crazy
Because in actual fact
I was preaching the UNSEXY and boring …
Flexible approach to your diet
So that you can stick to it
^^^without relying on “willpower”, cooking different meals for the whole family and fearing meals out with friends and family
And enjoy your clothes shopping again (rather than just choosing the baggy ones)
Whilst still playing “superhero” for your family
Putting food on the table every night (that everyone loves)
Doing the school runs (without needing caffeine to get you through the day)
Taking your kids to Kidz About (and getting stuck in with them)
^^^can you tell I’m excited to take my daughter there?
And even having the confidence to join in with their swimming
^^ as Fat Loss Mastery member, Cassie, did with her kids for 2 hours last week! Massive win!!!
Because – ultimately – there is no ONE “best” diet
^^^ or exercise programme for that matter
The secret of success is in the simple habit of DOING rather than SAYING
which is exactly what we do in Fat Loss Mastery
As Cassie showed last week
Matt “trucker” Fruci
PS. Here’s the link to the trucker story