What problems are you struggling with? Notice I didn’t ask you IF you have problems. I think it’s safe to say that all of us have at least a few. Facing challenges is part of the human experience.
Do you have challenges around learning how to stop overeating?
In today’s session you’ll learn what I mean by “favorite problems,” and I’ll share ideas for getting them off your list and out of your life for good.
So, what do I mean by “favorite problems”?
• Well, if you google “favorite problems,” you’ll see that this term has been around for a while.
• For many people, it refers to a list of problems you want to solve. You keep this list in the back of your mind so that when you learn new information you can decide if it will help you find solutions to those problems.
• Basically, these “favorite problems” help you think outside the box and come up with new options or answers to improve your life.
My take is a little different. When I talk about “favorite problems,” I mean problems that you struggle with repeatedly. I call them “favorite” because they’re the problems you always go back to and that you keep around for a long time.
As a coach, I’ve seen thousands of women overcome challenges. But I’ve noticed that many of my clients have a few problems they can’t seem to shake, no matter how hard and long they seem to work on them.
Today I’m going to help you step back so you can see which problems you hate and wish you didn’t have. AND at the same time, you are so used to having them that you just keep thinking about them without making any progress toward solving them.
Let’s do this!