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Courage…

by Erica on March 4, 2015

Hi lovely people!

I just wrapped up a really fun Catch Good Health Radio show with fellow Coaches Jen Gotti and Shawna O’Hagan Morrow.  The topic was courage, along with a healthy dose of comedy.  Cuz that’s how we roll…

My favorite take aways?  Viewing courage as a muscle.  The more we practice being courageous, the less difficult it is to be courageous.  The more it becomes comfortable, and the more we choose to be courageous.

Also…including gratitude into your daily life, even if you start with just being grateful that your heart continues to beat.  As Shawna shared, you can’t do anxiety and gratitude at the same time.  It may be a little hard at first, but it will help alleviate any fear or anxiety you’re experiencing.  I love the example she shared involving her husband and a flight home from Florida.

To hear our tips on how to be more courageous, and to listen to our show, please click below!

Don’t forget- good health is contagious…pass it on!

In Gratitude,

Erica

ps- To learn more about my new program, 6 Weeks to a Healthier You!, click here.  Registration began this week!
 

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Hi folks!

I am thrilled to share that I’m officially launching my new program through Catch Good Health- 6 Weeks to a Healthier You!  It is exactly the kind of program I would have loved to have done years ago, but I couldn’t find it.  Today, I feel quite fortunate and grateful that I’m able to create it myself and offer it to others.

If you’ve been trying to get healthier, or know someone who is, please check it out by clicking here.

Please get in touch if you have any questions!  Hope to “see” you in class!

Hugs,
Erica

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