Coach Rozy Fat Lose & Get Fit in 30; DAY 1: BIG CHANGE STARTS SMALL – SET SMART GOALS

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Updated: January 2, 2017

Coach Rozy Fat Lose & Get Fit in 30
January 2, 2017 – DAY 1

BIG CHANGE STARTS SMALL –

SET SMART GOALS

 

Click above to hear Coach Rozy share our WELCOME MESSAGE for Day 1!

Welcome to your New Year’s jump start! Today is the first in our seven‑day series designed to give your fitness & performance goals a big boost this year. Whether you want to lose weight, tone up, improve performance or training for a special event, we’re here to help. We’ve packed each email with helpful articles, free resources and essential tools to help you tackle your goals and win with fitness, health and performance this year. Ready? Let’s get started.

The day after the New Year Bash is a great time to reflect on the past year and to look ahead. While you’re enjoying some leftover ham, take the time to pause and evaluate your life—namely, your goals.

New Year’s resolutions are a tradition for many people—48% of Americans make some sort of resolution; however, only 8% end up keeping them, according to Forbes.

Why?

Because goals without a plan are dreams.

Dreams aren’t bad. Dreams help you to create a vision for your future, and dreaming is the first place you should start. But you can’t stop there. Turn your dreams into goals, and your goals into small, actionable steps that move you toward big change.

So what do you want to accomplish or become this year? This year doesn’t have to be like previous years. Give yourself permission to dream about what the future could hold.

Have your dreams? Now let’s turn them into smart goals! Create a plan with small steps that lead to the big change you want to see happen. Also, take the time to write down your goals.

Something amazing happens in our lives when we take the time to write down our specific goals, instead of just keeping them in our head as intangible thoughts.

Smart goals that work must:

• Be Specific: There’s a difference between saying you want to lose weight and saying, “I want to lose 15 pounds by April 1, 2017.”

• Be Measurable: Give yourself daily, weekly and/or monthly steps that visually help you to see progress toward your goal. For example, if you know your ultimate goal is to lose 15 lbs by April 1, 2017, that’s 13 weeks, so you have to lose 1.2 lbs a week, which is about cutting out or burning an extra 4000 calories a week, or 570 calories a day. (If you exercise and burn 300 – you need to eliminate another 270 from your diet.) Pretty easy!

• Have a Time Limit: Giving yourself a date for your goal gives you a point to aim for, and it also helps with calculating your measurable steps so you can see how much progress you’re making toward your goal. That’s the difference between saying – I want to lose 15 lbs – and saying I want to lose 15 lbs by “this date”.

• Be Yours: Just because your spouse or your friend wants you to get in shape and drop weight doesn’t mean you will. The goals you set must be your goals—because you’re the one that must fight to accomplish them.

• Be in Writing: The best way to set smart goals is to write them down, including all the steps it will take for you to get there. This is a great way to keep yourself accountable and to see your advancement.

FREE DOWNLOAD: Get our FREE 30 TO A NEW YOU: MY VISION FORM and also our COACH ROZY 30 TO A NEW YOU: INTRODUCTION – HOW TO USE THE WEEKLY CALENDAR along with WEEK 1. Write your goals down today!

COACH ROZY – 30 TO A NEW YOU- INTRODUCTION – HOW TO USE THIS CALENDAR

COACH ROZY – 30 TO A NEW YOU- MY VISION

COACH ROZY – 30 TO A NEW YOU; DAILY COMMITMENT CHECK-OFF

So what type of goal should you set? There are seven categories in life we recommend turning dreams into an actionable plan through goal-setting: financial, intellectual, family, spiritual, physical, career and social. (we have 12 on the MY VISION sheet)

Don’t get discouraged if your goals aren’t accomplished in the exact way you originally planned or if you get off track. Bumps will occur. Life will happen. That’s okay. Some flexibility is needed. But as long as you are focused on the end goal and are taking small steps toward achieving it, you are on your way to making big change.

Because big change starts small.

TO CATCH COACH ROZY’S 12 STEPS FOR MAKING IT HAPPEN – LISTEN TO ESPN RADIO – Monday, January 2, 2017 on 1570 to catch how to spring board into 2017!

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