Aug. 7, 2017

FRF 103: The Top 10 Nutrition Success Tips

Start off with your mindset to make sure you win


Before I list out all the success tips below, make sure that you sign up for our nutrition 101 course before it closes or gets to capacity, which will be at the latest, August 13th at midnight.  Do so at http://marchildebrand.com/nutrition101.

And here are the 10 success tips, which will be given to you in much more detail (and a nice PDF) once you join the course above.

Enjoy!

1. Maybe You Don’t Know.
 
2. Match Your Behavior and Goals.
 
3. Understand That You’ll See Peaks and Valleys.
 
4. Start Small and Slow if Necessary. 
 
5. Start Basic then Individualize. 
 
6. If You Have Specific Goals, Measure Them.
 
7. Set Reasonable Expectations.
 
8. This Is NOT a Numbers Game.
 
9. Understanding Reasonable Progress.
 
10. Maintain Your Rate of Progress.

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If you own a business and are frustrated because people aren't taking action by joining your program, or you've gotten them inside but they aren't showing up the way they need to in order to see massive results, it's not your fault.

Most people are either never taught HOW TO LEAD THE RIGHT PEOPLE so they find and join your program, or once you do get them to join, you aren't shown how to help lead them through your program so they take action and get the results they truly deserve.

And let's be honest, if you aren't getting people results, you'll most likely have trouble finding your next person to help.

And I want to help you develop that skill for free.

If you're tired of putting in a massive amount of energy and effort and not getting much out of it, and you want to develop your leadership so you can start helping lead people to more success, grab a free copy of this short video series at { https://www.mindsetwithmarc.com/leader }

Regardless if you do or not, know that this has nothing to do with you as a human.  It's just a skill you haven't developed yet.

Don't EVER make your business mean something about you.  It never does!