For those of you who have been following Achieve in 5!, you know that I have never thought Achieve in 5! was good for losing weight. But that hasn’t stopped people from asking me about it. Secretly, I have wished the question would go away.
My husband, Robert, brings it up every so often. He says that I need to understand how Achieve in 5! can help with weight loss because there are so many people who want to lose weight.
Yesterday I had the opportunity to work with the superb international executive coach Kristin Tomczak. Kristin is certified to facilitate more than twenty programs and we were discussing how Achieve in 5! might work for life coaches.
I explained Achieve in 5! and after we had talked a while she suggested we go through a session the way that I work with my clients who are in transition. She said she would pick an issue.
Guess what she picked?
You got it.
She wants to lose 10 pounds.
I told her that she picked the one thing that I cannot figure out how Achieve in 5! can directly help.
In her most effective coaching manner she suggested that we go through the exercise anyway.
I asked the first question, “What is your dream? What will life be like once you cross that finish line? What will be different?”
We continued through the steps.
“What do you need to do to lose those pesky 10 pounds?”
“So, what are the things that are holding you back?” I then asked.
I honestly don’t know if Kristen answered. I think she did, but I was so excited. Achieve in 5! can really work for weight loss. I am now sure of it. But, I don’t like to make claims I can’t stand by, so I’m putting it to the test.
I’m doing a personal Achieve in 5! for weight loss.