An Introduction and Planning Session
A Seedling Change is a small habit. Like a seedling, if it is consistently nurtured, it can grow into something much, much bigger.
Question: What is small enough to incorporate into your day, but has a big enough potential to make a real difference this time next month?
20 minutes exercise a day
15 minutes food planning
10 minutes meditation
Half and hour to yourself after dinner.
Ramekin 5 exercise for slow eating
Introduce yourself and say what ideas you have for your seedling change
Step Two: Choose Your Support Scaffold
It could be an environmental change - put running or workout clothes out the night before your morning workout, or put the alarm clock on the other side of the room
It could be connection - have someone to check in with to say you are doing it. Even better, leverage the power of a small community.
Step Three: Create A Daily Progress Check and Celebration
Tick chart - Tick on calendar or in diary
Post in the Eating Coach group
Check ins with me (one to one clients)
Tiny habits - physical gesture - fist pump, we are the champions arms raised
Beyond the daily celebration, you could share a future visualisation (may be better than a commitment) with the group on a Wednesday