Last night, at about 21.45 I saw a post on Facebook about a charity event next year and in that instant booked and committed.
On Tuesday night at 22.15 I saw a networking event in December being talked about and booked it there and then.
In May whilst checking out some information from a conversation I’d had with someone I discovered and signed up to become a Metabolic Balance® coach.
Sometimes acting spontaneously is the best way to make things happen. When you act from intuition, from a gut feel without any time to make a logical ‘why-I-can’t-do-that’ decision you get some of your best results. (I appreciate that I should better stay away from Facebook between 21.00-22.00 each night to prevent too many things to do-itis!)
Now I am signed up for a charity fund-raising Three Peaks Challenge next September for YPWD Berkshire, a charity we do work with and support.
I have a Christmas networking lunch to attend that I normally miss out on because it fills up quickly.
And I have a new skill to help others with that has so far helped six people (me included) lose a collective 7 stone since we started the programme no more than 2 months ago.
Liz is an example who acted spontaneously. After I qualified in the Metabolic Balance®programme she asked me how she could get involved and when. A lot! She was very keen to do it and get started.
That was 6 weeks ago and in that time she’s lost 9kg (20lbs), been able to come off her blood pressure medication, at her GPS recommendation, and dropped at least a clothes size.
From one spontaneous decision.
My challenge to you this weekend is to think about what you’ve been dilly-dallying about for ages. Make a decision! It’s never the wrong one, not making a decision can be worse. You end up busying your brain with a constant stream of conversation about why or why not to do it.
Free your brain!
Take action or not.
If you want to act spontaneously and find out more Metabolic Balance® or how FastTrack Fit Camp is the perfect Metabolic Balance companion, please click the orange button at the bottom and join me this evening when I talk about them at our free event in Wokingham.
I hope to see you there!