An Example of What is Possible

I’m at the Nashville airport right now, on my way home from working with Susan Hyatt.

Susan is my long time student, client, colleague and friend.

Each year we do a Weight Loss event together, but this year we are creating something epic.

As I hung out with her and laughed with her and talked to her about life, I was so amazed at how far she has come.

She is truly an example of what is possible.

She started as a brand new coach. No clients. Overweight. Frustrated and upset about many of the things in her life.

She now has a thriving practice, an ideal weight body, and an outlook on life that is refreshing and an amazing pleasure to be around.

We laughed so much and smiled even more. I must have looked into her eyes twenty times while we filmed and talked and recorded, and every single time all I saw was love, excitement, and knowing.

For people who just meet her now, it will be hard to believe that she was once overweight, tired and frustrated.  But, I assure you she was.

She is now an author and a Master Coach, but more importantly an example of a life well-lived.

In her book, Create Your Own Luck, she says (in summary):

I want to be on the team that has the courage to go for it every damn time.   The team that plays when there is still time on the clock. Fear of fumbling is a pretty lame excuse not to go for the biggest win you can.

I couldn’t agree more.

If there’s time, I’m going to go for it.

Every damn time.

Game on Girl!

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