By Lucy DelSarto, Wellness Educator & Coach –
As a life and wellness coach, I work with my clients to improve their Quality of Life. This is a gift you give yourself and your family! Vitality, energy, positive attitude and a joyful view of life are a few of the fundamentals in the TCOY (Take Care of You) Philosophy and training. Breaking strongholds and habits require training and my coaching provides effective support for the physical and mental challenges.
Health is a result of actions that develop into habits and then a lifestyle. Taking care of yourself is a priceless gift and impacts future generations. A powerful affirmation loved ones can share is, “I will take care of me for you if you will take care of you for me.”
Are you struggling to make healthy changes last? By attaching emotional priority to your journey, your belief becomes stronger. For example, instead of saying, “I want to lose weight,” dig deeper and decide, “I want to become healthier so I can enjoy a more vibrant life with my loved ones.” Rather than hoping for good health, take action and pursue it with passion. By investing in yourself now, you are saving yourself emotional, physical and financial cost in the future.
Also, think about the example you are setting for your children about the importance of taking care of yourself. The influence we have on others, especially family members, can truly impact generations.
A Better Solution
The medical health care system was not designed to provide good health; yet hospitals and doctors’ offices are full of people seeking help to restore their health. There is a better solution. Your health is my business. I provide wellness training and coaching with a lasting transformation that comes from the inside out.
Wellness is not about perfection or deprivation. It will require stepping out of your comfort zone, moving forward in the direction of growth, re-training yourself to enhance your quality of life, making healthy choices and taking actions every day that support a shift to the TCOY (Take Care of You) mindset. An amazing transformation awaits those who decide to pursue good health.
Are you physically and emotionally drained by the end of the day? Would you like to learn how to become mentally and physically fully engaged, utilizing your energy more efficiently? TCOY focuses on the good health you want and reducing the risk of poor health and disease that you don’t want. Knowledge is knowing, whereas wisdom is doing. A person can know something, but wisdom is understanding what needs to be done and doing it.
The holiday season is a time to celebrate with family and friends. As there is nothing more important than our health and our relationships, make it a priority to schedule some down time to take care of you and make a conscious effort to focus on and nourish your relationships. By doing these two things, you will be enhancing your well-being.
For some, the holidays are sad times; therefore, I encourage everyone to be mindful of their words and actions. Rather than focusing on what you don’t have, be grateful for what you have. There is always something to be thankful for.
Take a moment to reflect on what and who is most important to you. You probably chose one or more relationships; most likely your child, your spouse or a family member. By choosing to take care of yourself and being active, these actions are an investment in a future of more time spent together.
Invest in Your Total Well-Being
Take the time to invest in your total well-being which includes your mind, heart and body. The human body desires to be healthy and responds favorably to proactive thoughts and actions. As a wellness coach, I partner with you and help you learn how to be joyful and to enhance your quality of life. To get started, please call 913-709-6059 or email email@example.com.
“Lucy is a dynamic coach who provides the motivation necessary to make positive changes in life. Her personal experience along with her engaging style of presentation keeps her audience involved.”
– Jeanette Metzler
“What you do today can change the course of your life far into the future.”
– Ralph Marston