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So many of people are goal-oriented to a fault, always looking ahead to see where they’re going… focusing on the always-distant horizon as that place where they’ll finally be happy.


Maybe it’s a goal weight, or a job, or a relationship… “Someday,” you might tell yourself… “When I’m THERE, then everything will be just right.”


But here’s the problem with trying to reach that horizon: It never gets any closer.


It always stays far away – unreachable, in fact.


So, if you think like this, then you’re always going to feel frustrated and, well, unhappy with where you ARE… because you’re not THERE.


That’s the premise of a book called “The Gap and the Gain” that offers a more constructive way of looking at yourself on your journey, whatever journey it might be.


Rather than only peering into the distance, which always produces a gap between you and success, try instead to turn around and see where you started from.


Then you’ll spot what you’ve GAINED, not what you lack.


  • You’ll see the healthy strides you’ve made.


  • You’ll see the higher salary you’re earning.


  • You’ll see the happy home you’re building.


“This one simple concept is a masterclass on positive psychology, healthy relationships, mental well-being, and high-performance. Everything that psychologists know about how to create a high-functioning and successful person can be achieved using The GAP and the GAIN,” says Benjamin Hardy, co-author with Dan Sullivan.


It makes perfect sense once you think about it.


If you’re always trying to be somewhere you LITERALLY CANNOT BE, then you’ll always feel like a failure.


But if you’re reviewing you’re achievements and saying, “Hey, I accomplished that much,” then you’re more likely to keep going – and to be happy and successful.


Try it next time you find yourself saying something like, “I’m just not getting anywhere.”


Turn around, take a look… and SEE.


“I know what to do… but I have a hard time staying consistent.”

When life gets crazy and responsibilities at home and work pile one on top of the other, it’s easy to let our health and fitness slip. The years go by and we don’t even realize how much our health has declined.

But for most of us, there comes a time when we realize things must change. A time when gaining control over our body takes on new urgency.

For some, it’s a scary health diagnosis. For others it’s watching a loved one struggle with their own health problems. And for others still, it’s when they finally realize they’ve spent so many years taking care of others, that they neglected to take care of themselves.

When it’s time to turn things around and start a new health and fitness program, however, it can be difficult to know what to do next. And staying motivated is hard — especially if you try to do it all on your own.

That’s where I come in.

My goal is to help you feel energetic and fabulous and stay that way. Starting now.

This is where Healing Inside Out Comes in. Follow the link to learn more..