It's Time to Prepare!
When the pressure is on, you don't rise to the occasion; you fall to your highest level of preparation - Chris Voss
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Make sure you listen to this 7 min audio before you do anything else!
You can find this audio at the following URL if it does not play here:
What To Do In The Prep Stage
There are 4 things to do in the prep stage:
#1 Go through all of the sections below
#2 Try out some meals and snacks that follow the 2 nutritional guidelines detailed below
#3 Create your first week's menu and food prep plan as explained in that section
#4 Do the activity experiment
How long should the prep stage be?
It depends on various factors. Example: if you love cooking, you need less time to get your head round the idea of setting time aside for food prep than someone who never goes near a recipe book. I suggest you allow yourself two weeks - if you need that - to explore items #1 to #4 above. It does not matter if the prep time eats into the 90 days. The truth is that there will be new ideas and practices that everyone needs to get used to during month #1. As long as you are challenging your old behaviour patterns, you are using the time well.
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Let's clear away a lot of confusion over what you should eat and keep things simple at this stage: the two nutritional guidelines you need to know right now.
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