Facebook Live 3: Are You Really Too Busy?

I recently took a quick survey to ask my ladies what stands in the way of their weight loss journeys, and the biggest and most recurring one was time. I have spent years telling myself I didn’t have the time to take care of myself, that I was too busy, that I couldn’t carve out 30 minutes a day to write a plan. And I want to dive into this today because this is all a lie.

In this episode, I’m inviting you to dig in a little deeper into this lie we tell ourselves because I want you all to pay attention to how these thoughts shut us down. All of us get the same amount of time every day, every week, every month, and it’s up to us to decide how we make use of it. You might feel like you have obligations and that other people control your time, but I’m here to tell you that this is a lie that’s holding us back.

Join me today to discover the power that lies in owning your time and making decisions from this place. Loves, your whole life can change when this shift happens for you. As women, we often do things out of obligation instead of love, and I’m here to remind you that making decisions from a place of love and intentionally investing your time there can be life-changing.

If you love this work and you want to go deeper, take my free mini-course. Click here for more information.

We are pushing the opening of The Transform Society to July. We were going to open in the middle of June, but I want to take some time because this is an updated course, and I want the current ladies to be able to give me feedback on it so it’ll be ready for new ladies who want to join! We’ll also be putting on a virtual live event in July close to the opening, so make sure to keep an eye out for that.


What You’ll Discover:

  • Why telling ourselves that we don’t have time is the biggest lie.
  • How the word “busy” makes me feel and the actions I take from there. 
  • Why we need to pay attention to the thoughts that we don’t have time or are too busy. 
  • The truth about your time and what you do with it. 
  • How telling yourself that other people control your time takes away your power. 
  • 3 pointers that will help you show up for yourself. 


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Ep #39: Self-Care

Self-Care

This year has felt extremely heavy for many of us, and I know my ladies have been struggling. I’ve had all the emotions, from frustration and confusion to guilt, shame, and anger. While we might wish to start this year over, every painful event gives us an opportunity to look inward, and this is where self-care comes in.

Self-care has become somewhat of a buzzword, and you might immediately think of a massage, a bath, or a manicure and pedicure. But loves, self-care is so much more than external things that bring you just a moment of happiness. It comes from the inside and it’s a practice we have to implement into our daily lives.

Tune in this week to discover what a self-care practice really entails and why it’s so crucial to make one for yourself. We cannot take care of others or create change in the world if we are exhausted and depleted. Not taking care of your mental and physical health leads to overeating and buffering with food, and this stops you from showing up as your best self, so I’m giving you some simple action steps today that you can use as a guide to create your self-care plan.

And here are this week’s transformational questions:

  1. What does your self-care look like right now?
  2. How can you add one to two things in every day for you?
  3. What does your self-care plan look like?

If you love this work and you want to go deeper, take my free mini-course. Click here for more information.

We are pushing the opening of The Transform Society to July. We were going to open in the middle of June, but I want to take some time because this is an updated course and I want the current ladies to be able to give me feedback on it so it’ll be ready for new ladies who want to join! We’ll also be putting on a virtual live event in July close to the opening, so make sure to keep an eye out for that.


What You’ll Discover:

  • What self-care really is. 
  • Why painful events give us an opportunity to look inward.
  • How we show up when we’re depleted and exhausted.
  • 4 steps to create your self-care plan. 


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You are listening to the Weight Loss for Successful Women podcast with Shannan Christiansen, episode number 39.

Welcome to Weight Loss for Successful Women, a podcast for women who are ready to break the diet cycle and end their struggle with weight for good. Here’s your host, Fortune 100 executive and Certified Life Coach, Shannan Christiansen.

Hello loves. Welcome back to the show. So excited to be back with you ladies today. We are going to talk about self-care and what it really is. And you know ladies, it’s such a buzzword, but I really believe in it. And so, I can’t wait to share with all of you what I’ve learned about it.

But before we get into the show, as always, I want to give a listener shout-out to Mary Bishop. She wrote, “I truly enjoy listening to these podcasts to have someone that understands and has all the love to share is amazing. Thank you for being that person.” Thank you so much, MJ. It means a lot to me that you love this and you’re listening.

Thank you to all the ladies who have taken the time to leave a review. I really appreciate it. Loves, I am not sure if you are like me, but I’ve had all the emotions lately. With everything this year, I have felt frustration, confusion, shame, guilt, anger. I mean, I’ve had the good ones too, joy and happiness, but loves, I have felt exhausted.

I know that my ladies are feeling it too. My ladies in The Society have been struggling. I’ve heard it in my coaching calls. I know that this year has felt heavy. I’ve seen all the memes about starting this year over, canceling it, and all the things.

But loves, every painful event, situation, it gives us an opportunity to look inward. An opportunity to look at our own thoughts and beliefs. It gives us a chance to show up, be courageous, and build resiliency. When we look at our thoughts and beliefs, we can look at all the corners of our minds.

It helps to shine a light on them. Then loves, we can change. By looking inward, being quiet, still, we come back to ourselves. It gives us the space to love and take care of ourselves like we have never done before. And it leads me right into self-care.

When I used to think of self-care, I would think of massages, pedicures. I would think of shopping or buying something to “make me happy.” I thought of these external things that would give me just a moment of happiness. But I’ve learned so much more about self-care. Self-care comes from the inside.

The definition of self-care is the practice of taking action to preserve or improve one’s own health. The practice of taking an active role and protecting one’s own wellbeing and happiness, in particular, during periods of stress. It is learning to take care of ourselves, loving ourselves. And it is all an inside job.

There are many myths, loves, about self-care that we women have. Things like we have to take care of everyone else or it’s selfish to invest in myself. We have learned that taking care of ourselves is selfish and it goes back to these thoughts that we have that we’re not enough, that we do not matter.

But loves, before you can take care of anyone else, you must take care of you. I want to repeat that again. Before you can take care of anyone else, you must take care of you. Loves, self-care is so important right now. It’s so important that we take care of our mental health, physical health, and emotional health.

We cannot be the change in the world if we are depleted and exhausted because when we’re depleted and exhausted, you know loves what we do. We overeat, we gain weight, and we use food to push down all of our emotions. We are so worried about our next food fix that we use all of our brain power on beating ourselves up, obsessing about the next diet we’re going to try, and how we need to be better.

And when we do this, we cannot show up as our best selves. I know loves, I did this most of my life. Self-care is more than taking a bath. And I love a good bath, but it is a daily practice of going inward to take care of yourself. The important part of this is to make a plan of how you can incorporate one to two things into your everyday routine.

Self-care is not saved for the weekends or vacations. I want to give you some simple action steps that you can do to create your own self-care plan. The first step is being aware of your thoughts and how they’re driving your action. Our brain is always on. There are so many thoughts a day going through our beautiful brains.

I find that mental exhaustion is harder on me than physical exhaustion. Reflection work is about getting all of the negative, limiting, and sabotaging thoughts out of our heads. I do this work every day. Reflection work is an important tool in weight loss and in becoming our best selves.

Reflection work is simple. Every day just take five minutes to write down any limiting, negative, or sabotaging thoughts that you have. When you start to notice the thoughts, then you can decide if you want to keep thinking those thoughts or if you want to change them.

The second step is looking for ways to fuel that beautiful body of yours with food that fuels it more than non-fuel food. Eating food that fuels you is a fundamental of self-care. Third, my love, rest. It is so important. Rest your mind and your body. Disconnect from our phones and media. Meditate if you’d like. Even if it’s just five minutes of sitting in silence.

I take phone breaks every day. It’s where I put my phone up and I don’t look at it anymore. It’s a way to focus inward and not on all the things in our outer world. Sleep is so important. It’s where we rejuvenate and repair our bodies. If we do not rest our minds and get enough sleep, we will feel exhausted, physically and mentally.

Now the three steps I just gave are three of my fundamentals, which you can learn in my free course if you’ve not taken it yet. Go to bflycoaching.com/free-course. Another step to self-care is through connection. Connection is so important, love.

I watch my ladies in the Transform Society connect with each other every day in their accountability groups. They support and love each other. This connection, this community, I believe is one of our basic needs. To laugh with someone, to talk, to hug, even if it’s a virtual hug is so important in self-care.

Look for ways to connect with people you love in a meaningful way every day. I know so many of you wait until the weekends, but I want to challenge you to create a plan of self-care that you can incorporate into your daily life, even if you just start with five to 10 minutes a day.

Self-care can seem like a buzzword, but love, it’s not. It is vital to take care of ourselves mentally and physically. You are worth this time. You are worth the investment, love.

The transformational questions, number one, what does your self-care look like right now? Number two, how can you add one to two things in every day for you? Number three, what does your self-care plan look like? So good loves, bye for now.

If you love this work and want to go deeper, take my free course. You can learn more about it at bflycoaching.com/free-course. Bye for now, loves.

Thank you for listening to this episode of Weight Loss for Successful Women. If you love what you heard today and want to learn more, come over to bflycoaching.com. That’s B – F – L – Y coaching dot com. See you next week!

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Facebook Live 2: Sleep and Water: The Antidote to Mental Exhaustion

This year has left many of my ladies in the Transform Society, and myself included, mentally exhausted. I’ve been reading books and enrolling in workshops over the last week, educating myself on the racial injustices going on in our country and figuring out ways to make my business more inclusive, and it has left me feeling heavy not just mentally, but physically too.

Our brains become oversaturated with information and our short-term memory is overloaded with processing everything that comes in, and ladies, you know what happens when we feel zoned out and exhausted. We overeat and eat off-plan. I have had to stop and think about how I can take care of myself in these moments, and today, I’m sharing a few tips for you to do the same.

Switching into autopilot mode where you feel like a zombie doesn’t serve you, and it certainly isn’t going to help you create the change you want to see in the world. Mental exhaustion is a real detriment to us all, and so today, I’m sharing some ways for you to go inward and create space in your mind to show up as your best self.

If you love this work and you want to go deeper, take my free mini-course. Click here for more information.

We are pushing the opening of The Transform Society to July. We were going to open in the middle of June, but I want to take some time because this is an updated course, and I want the current ladies to be able to give me feedback on it so it’ll be ready for new ladies who want to join! We’ll also be putting on a virtual live event in July close to the opening, so make sure to keep an eye out for that.


What You’ll Discover:

  • Why my third fundamental for weight loss is sleep and water.
  • What a brain dump is and why it’s necessary. 
  • My tips for clearing your mind and taking care of yourself right now. 
  • How we go into autopilot when we’re exhausted and why this is detrimental. 
  • The importance of consciously taking care of ourselves. 
  • Why we have to free up space in our minds. 


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Ep #38: Overeating at Night

Overeating at NightI remember when overeating at night was just routine for me and it was one of the hardest things to stop. After a long day at work, I would immediately start planning what I was going to eat when I got home. I was tired, my defenses were down, and I was just looking to food to give me pleasure and joy at the end of the day.

Overeating at night becomes a habit for many of us, and it happens almost unconsciously. Before you know it, you’ve eaten the ice cream, the chips, and the pizza. Or you’ve done it because you’ve told yourself you’ve been good all day and deserve a treat. But loves, food is a false pleasure. It’s time to come up with a different strategy, and I’m sharing a few with you today that I teach my clients.

Join me this week as I share the top five reasons I believe we overeat and some key strategies that you can try to break the cycle. Creating new habits at night is key, and you just have to start by recognizing that you’re overeating to do something different. Loves, getting conscious can be challenging, but it’s the first step to creating a body and life that you love.

And here are this week’s transformational questions:

  1. Why are you overeating at night? 
  2. Why do you want to stop overeating at night? Why is it important to you?
  3. What strategies could you try so can stay on your realistic plan?

If you love this work and you want to go deeper, take my free mini-course. Click here for more information.

We are pushing the opening of The Transform Society to July. We were going to open in the middle of June, but I want to take some time because this is an updated course and I want the current ladies to be able to give me feedback on it so it’ll be ready for new ladies who want to join! We’ll also be putting on a virtual live event in July close to the opening, so make sure to keep an eye out for that.


What You’ll Discover:

  • The top 5 reasons I believe we overeat at night. 
  • Why food is a false pleasure. 
  • 3 strategies I teach my ladies to stop overeating at night.


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You are listening to the Weight Loss for Successful Women podcast with Shannan Christiansen, episode number 38.

Welcome to Weight Loss for Successful Women, a podcast for women who are ready to break the diet cycle and end their struggle with weight for good. Here’s your host, Fortune 100 executive and Certified Life Coach, Shannan Christiansen.

Hello loves. Welcome back to the show. So excited to be back with you today. Today, we’re going to talk about eating at night. I did this for so long. What I think the cause of it is and how we can change it. But before we get into the show, I want to give a listener shout-out to Parry Jenkins.

She wrote, “Shannan is amazing. I love listener to her. She really has sound advice. The weekend went good with her advice. Thank you, Shannan.” Thank you so much, Parry. It means a lot to me that you love this and that you’re listening. And thank you to all the ladies who’ve taken the time to leave a review. I really appreciate it.

So loves, I have not seen my dad in almost three months. And you know, we’ve done a lot of FaceTime but I have not seen him in person. We talked last Friday and he got choked up because he missed me. I missed him terribly too.

He really wanted to go out to dinner, and Arizona, well, we’ve opened up. So we ventured out to a restaurant. We picked up my two granddaughters and off we went. It was great to see my dad. We had a good time. But honestly loves, it was a strange experience for sure.

Everyone had masks and gloves on. Tables were disassembled to create social distancing. What a difference from three months ago? When we got home, we talked about how strange it was. I felt a little uncomfortable. My initial thoughts were, “I don’t want to do that again.” It amazed me that I still wanted to run from uncomfortableness.

I still did not want to feel the negative emotion. I think this shows up for us over and over again. We want to run from negative emotion. I want you to stop right now and just think about how many things have you stopped doing or never started because you did not want to feel negative emotion?

Loves, this leads me right into overeating at night. Overeating at night was a real trigger for me. This was one of the hardest things for me to stop. I remember I would start planning while I was at work to overeat at night. If I did not have something sweet to eat, I would make sure I stopped at the grocery store or swig a cookie shop on my way home from work.

I knew that I would want it at night. I knew that I was going to overeat at night. So loves, I’m going to talk about the top five reasons I believe we do it. So number one, we’ve had a lot of emotion during the day and we’ve pushed it down.

We feel stressed, uncomfortable, rushed, overworked, overwhelmed throughout the day, and we just push that emotion down. We put on our smiley face. And then when we get home, we just start overeating. We eat the sugar cookies or the pizza or the chips or even trail mix until we’re stuffed.

Number two, we think we’ve been good all day and we deserve it. We tell ourselves we ate a salad for lunch, we did not snack, so we deserve a treat. Number three, we’re tired. We’re exhausted. Our defenses are down. Being tired makes us think we’re hungry. And when we’re tired, oh loves, it is just such a trigger to overeat.

Number four, we’re lonely or bored and we’re watching TV, so we’ve created a nightly snacking routine. You ladies know what I’m talking about. We don’t want to feel the emotion, so we get our “treat” of ice cream or chips and we do this every single night.

Number five, we do not have any pleasure or joy, so we use food to fill that void. We’ve not created a life that we love. We don’t have fun and joy and pleasure every day. We are running around working, running family errands, running our kinds around, and so we use food as joy. We have equated food to joy. But food, love, is just a false pleasure. It doesn’t bring us true joy or pleasure.

These are all the reasons why we overeat at night. They have become habits for most of us. I did this so much that I did not have to think about it. It was just my nightly binge. I know that so many of my ladies in the Transform Society struggle with this too, and they’re learning ways to change their habits.

One of the strategies that I teach is how to feel emotion and allow it without pushing it down during the day when you’re feeling the negative emotion. Allow the emotion to be there, love. And then write down all the thoughts that are causing it.

Now, I know your lizard brain, Lizzie, will tell you that it’s too hard. How am I supposed to write down thoughts and feel emotions? But loves, coming back to your thinking back, your conscious brain during the day will help you process emotion so you’re less likely to want to binge at night.

Another strategy to help you stop overeating at night is to rest and have joy and pleasure throughout your week. Loves, we have run around like robots for so long, not resting, not have any fun during the week. But loves, there is a different way.

We can ensure we’re getting enough sleep. We can plan fun and joy throughout our week. Loves, don’t just save it for the weekends. And loves, creating new habits at night is key. Recognizing that you are overeating and that eating ice cream every night, it’s just a habit and you can decide to do something different.

If you’re watching TV every night, try playing a game, taking a walk, calling a friend. There are so many other things to do and try. I know my ladies in The Society, they do things in their accountability groups so that they can come up with ideas and strategies to help them.

Overeating is just a habit. And being conscious of it and trying new things can help you stop overeating at night. Loves, you deserve a body that feels like freedom and a life that you love. When you have thoughts that I deserve it, just replace with I deserve more than a cookie. I deserve every goal and dream I want. So good.

So, the transformational questions are, number one, why are you overeating at night? Ask yourself why. Number two, why do you want to stop overeating at night? Why is it important for you? Number three, what strategies could you try so you can stay on your realistic plan? So good, loves. Bye for now, loves.

If you love this work and want to go deeper, take my free course. You can learn more about it at bflycoaching.com/free-course. Bye for now, loves.

Thank you for listening to this episode of Weight Loss for Successful Women. If you love what you heard today and want to learn more, come over to bflycoaching.com. That’s B – F – L – Y coaching dot com. See you next week!

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Facebook Live 1: Allowing Negative Emotion

I took a break from releasing content over the last week because I have been listening and learning in my commitment to stand with black men and women. I’ve had to confront my own beliefs and internal biases, and it’s uncomfortable work. I’ve found myself, at times, being defensive, shameful, uncomfortable, and even resistant, but I know that this work always starts with me, and I’m okay with being uncomfortable.

I’m sharing some personal stories with you today, to share a little bit about my experience as a mother to a black son, and why I believe in the power of story so deeply. I have always led with my heart and am always open to being wrong, but I will continue to show up for the work. This year has felt unsettling for many of us, and I want to remind you that it’s so important to really feel those feelings, to not push them down with food or any other buffer.

Listen in today as I share a couple of personal stories with you and remind you of the power of changing your thoughts and sitting in all of your emotions. Life is always 50/50, and doing this work, allowing for negative feelings without reaching for food will make you unstoppable. Make sure to tune in every Friday as I bring you my weekly Facebook Lives here on the podcast in addition to usual episodes on Wednesdays!

If you love this work and you want to go deeper, take my free mini-course. Click here for more information.

We are pushing the opening of The Transform Society to July. We were going to open in the middle of June, but I want to take some time because this is an updated course, and I want the current ladies to be able to give me feedback on it so it’ll be ready for new ladies who want to join! We’ll also be putting on a virtual live event in July close to the opening, so make sure to keep an eye out for that.


What You’ll Discover:

  • My very limited experience as a mother to a black son. 
  • Why feelings are so important and how they can guide us to find out what we’re thinking. 
  • What I’ve been doing over the last week to listen and learn as much as possible.
  • The questions to ask when you feel negative emotions to help you allow and fully feel them. 
  • Why I believe the way to lose weight for good is by changing our beliefs and sitting with your emotions.  


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Ep #37: Loving the Process of Losing Weight

Loving the Process of Losing WeightI was recently in the process of shipping out some BFLY swag and brochures to my clients, and it’s a process that I often dread. I think about how it takes too long, and so I don’t want to do it. This reminded me of how my clients have the same thoughts about weight loss when they come to me, and it’s one that keeps them on the diet roller coaster.

Listen in this week as I show you how to love the process of weight loss now, and why learning to love it is what will get you started in transforming your weight. This not only makes you feel better about the journey, but you’ll find that you have more love and curiosity for yourself along the way too.

And here are this week’s transformational questions:

  1. What could you love about the process of losing weight?
  2. Why is it important to love the process?

If you love this work and you want to go deeper, take my free mini-course. Click here for more information.


What You’ll Discover:

  • Why dreading or hating the process of losing weight is like failing before you even start.
  • How to learn to love the process of losing weight. 
  • How you begin to lose weight when you learn to love the process. 


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You are listening to the Weight Loss for Successful Women podcast with Shannan Christiansen, episode number 37.

Welcome to Weight Loss for Successful Women, a podcast for women who are ready to break the diet cycle and end their struggle with weight for good. Here’s your host, Fortune 100 executive and Certified Life Coach, Shannan Christiansen.

Hello loves. Welcome back to the show. I’m excited about today’s show. I hope you are. But before we get into the show, I want to give a listener shout-out to Diane Gruhlke.

She wrote, “Episode 19 was a really great reminder to take time for reflection. In these uncertain days, I find myself trying to hear all the updates and learn all the new info on COVID-19, to the point where I’m not taking time to stop and reflect on my day at all. I think this is a great reminder to stop and think about all these thoughts that are distracting me and to decide if they’re really serving me in any positive way. Taking time to stop and write down successes is a really valuable tool, and honestly, a key to happiness. Thank you Shannan for this much needed reminder.”

Thank you so much, Diane. It means so much to me that you are loving this and listening. And of course, thank you to all the ladies who’ve taken time to leave a review. I just appreciate it. I read every single one of them.

I am so excited about today’s show but first, I want to share a little story with you. So in my business, BFLY Coaching, we ship merchandise. So, for all my ladies who are in my membership society, they can buy merchandise. BFLY swag. We have planners and all kinds of fun things for them.

When we get orders, we pack them up and ship them. We also are mailing brochures to ladies who are interested in our membership society. We do a lot of shipping. Mostly, I have thoughts that I do not like it. I do not like the process of shipping.

Getting the information, pulling the merchandise, packing it up, printing all the labels, getting it ready for shipping. There are a lot of steps and it is time consuming. I find that I always want to put it off. I have the thought, “I don’t like it,” and so I don’t want to do it. I do not love the process.

We are sending a lot. I mean, a lot of brochures for the membership society. So, I asked my daughter-in-law and son to come over and help us stuff envelopes and place all of the labels on. When I asked my daughter-in-law, she was like, “Oh yeah, I love shipping.”

I stopped for a minute and was like, what? She said, “I love packing it all up.” She loves the process. They came over and we stuffed hundreds of envelopes. We had a good time. So same situation, shipping, but we thought of it differently. My thought caused dread. Her thought caused love and excitement.

When I was thinking about this, it reminded me of my clients and how they have the same thoughts about losing weight. When they first come to me, they feel dread, even hate about losing weight. They believe it’s hard, that they can’t do it, and have felt like a failure. When you feel dread or hate, you don’t want to do it.

One of my ladies commented recently, “It’s like failing before you even start.” I loved that she said that. I think this happens so often in weight loss because we’ve been on the diet roller coaster for so long that it brings up all the things. All the reasons and doubts that we have that we think we’ll fail.

We think we’ll feel better when we lose the weight, that if we can just get there, you know there, everything will magically get better. But loves, it doesn’t work that way. There is no there. We just have now, and we get to decide to love the process now.

I can have thoughts that shipping is hard. I’ve had them. That it takes too much time, that I do not love it. But it just keeps me in mind drama over it. Or I can think about how my clients will feel when they open the package or when they get this beautiful brochure and they’re thinking in that moment about signing up for The Transform Society and how it will change their lives.

I get to decide to love the process and when I change my thought, I’ll feel differently about it. I teach my ladies to love the process of losing weight. Learning to love the now and love the process, it changes everything. Learning to be curious about why you’re carrying extra weight instead of beating yourself up about, learning to lose weight in a way that feels like love, learning to take care of your body and replacing old diet beliefs with new empowering beliefs.

This is how you learn to love the process. And by learning to love the process, you also begin to love you. You start showing up for yourself more. You start keeping commitments. You eat foods that fuel your body and you move in a way that is love. Not punishment.

To start loving the process of losing weight, notice thoughts like, “This is hard. I hate it. I don’t want to do it. Why me? This takes too much time. I’ll never succeed.” Notice all of these sneaky little thoughts. Then brainstorm all the ways that you can love the process.

I would take out some sticky notes and just start writing all the ways you could love the process. And then write all the reasons why it’s important to love the process. When you love something, you do it. You take care of it. When you don’t like it and you have all of these feelings of dread and hate, you don’t want to do it. You put it off.

We’ve done this, loves. This is what’s kept us on the diet roller coaster. I can love the shipping process by asking for help organizing it, having more of an assembly line. It’s way more fun with other people. I used to do a lot of it by myself.

It’s important because taking care of my clients is my number one priority in my business. Because I love thinking of them opening their packages and loving the BFLY swag. I love thinking of them using their transform planner every day and it changing their lives.

I could go on and on with all the reasons why I love the process of shipping. And now, when I think of shipping, it gets me excited. And when I’m excited, I want to do more of it. When you get excited, love, about weight loss, and the process of losing weight, you’ll want to keep doing it. You’ll want to keep going when it gets tough.

You’ll learn to love the now and have more joy in your life. Loves, it’s so good. So, the transformational questions today are what could you love about the process of losing weight? And why is it important to love the process?

Loves, so if you’re interested in taking this work deeper and transforming your weight, join our Transform Society waitlist. We are opening June 15th for six days. I know loves, I’m so excited too. I will also pack up a beautiful brochure that will give you all the details of Transform. So if you want to join the waitlist, it’s bflycoaching.com/waitlist. And you know, come join us. Alright, bye for now loves.

If you love this work and want to go deeper, take my free course. You can learn more about it at bflycoaching.com/free-course. Bye for now, loves.

Thank you for listening to this episode of Weight Loss for Successful Women. If you love what you heard today and want to learn more, come over to bflycoaching.com. That’s B – F – L – Y coaching dot com. See you next week!

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