What if 1% could change your life?

Posted by ANNIE on 8th Sep 2021

Some of you know that Annie completed her Barre Instructor Training last year - this amazing lady was (and still is) her coach and mentor. She is a classically trained Ballet Dancer, she is a renowned Osteopath with a thriving practice in Adelaide, a Naturopath AND a Master Barre Instructor Trainer!! WHEW! This is a recent post by Dr Andrea that really resonated with us and we thought we'd share.

What would it look like for you to change just 1% of your daily habits, behaviours or thoughts?

What's the impact of 1% change?

If you were flying an airplane and you flew off course by just 1%, there is a great chance you'd end up on another continent, let alone in the place you intended to be.

The same thing goes for your health habits. If you change just 1% of your behaviour, it can add up to big results.

One of my favourite books of all time, The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson, is about just that.

There are no neutral choices in life.

Every choice you make every day puts you on the curve of achieving your goals and finding success, or further from the goal.

But what does 1% change look like? It could going to bed 1% earlier each night (just a few minutes), eating half the cookie instead of the entire thing, adding 1 minute of high intensity to the end of your workout, reading for the time equivalent to 1% of your day. Once the 1% becomes a habit, you add another 1% change, and another...

Soon you've changed your entire life by 1%. You're living a bigger, more vibrant, more inspired life!

It's the things that are easy to do but also easy not to do that make all the difference.

Dr Andrea Robertson

Ps. I run a 12 week coaching program designed to help women aged 35+ end the cycle of dieting, using a simple science-backed approach to losing weight and keeping it off, so they can fit back into their clothes, feel great and thrive with energy and body confidence.

To find out more, book a 20-30 minute Discovery Call with me. Click through here to find a suitable time. https://www.andrearobertson.health/