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Having that STERN WORD with yourself

Sometimes we can go around in the everlasting circle of procrastination and putting things off and off.

Health and Fitness should never be negotiated and this is something I teach HARD in my groups.

  • Procrastination can be a common challenge for many people, especially women at midlife who juggle multiple responsibilities I GET THAT X

  • Balancing the demands of being a parent, having children, pursuing high-power jobs, and dealing with changing hormones can make it difficult to stay motivated and focused on achieving goals I GET THAT X

  • However, with the right mindset and strategies, it is possible to overcome procrastination and take action towards achieving your goals I GET THIS TOO!

From someone who's gone through many “squeezes of life” I know what it felt like to struggle but I also know how to SUCCEED x

Tips to have a stern word with yourself and get closer to your goals:

  • Recognize the importance of your goals: Remind yourself why your goals are important to you and how they align with your long-term aspirations. Understanding the significance of your goals can help you stay motivated and committed. WRITE THEM DOWN

  • Break your goals into smaller tasks: Overwhelming tasks can often lead to procrastination. Break down your goals into smaller, manageable tasks. This will make them less daunting and easier to tackle, increasing your chances of making progress. MINI GOALS!

  • Set specific deadlines: Establish deadlines for each task or milestone related to your goals. Having clear deadlines creates a sense of urgency and accountability, making it easier to overcome procrastination and stay on track. ACCOUNTABILITY!

  • Practice self-discipline: Develop self-discipline by setting boundaries and creating a routine. Prioritise your tasks, eliminate distractions, and allocate dedicated time for working on your goals. This will help you create a productive environment and minimise procrastination. ORGANISATION and NON-NEGOTIABLES!

  • Challenge your inner critic: Many times, our own negative thoughts and self-doubt contribute to procrastination. Challenge your inner critic by replacing negative self-talk with positive affirmations. Focus on your strengths and past accomplishments to boost your confidence and motivate yourself. CHAMPION + CHEER FOR YOU!


Motivating yourself and overcoming procrastination can be challenging, especially for women at midlife dealing with various responsibilities.

Remember, you don't have to do it alone. Seek support from a coach or join a community of like-minded individuals who can provide guidance, accountability, and encouragement along the way. Together, you can overcome procrastination and achieve the success you desire.


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