Live without regret                                Realize any desired result                            Never again allow someone else to define you                      Lose the fear and lose the limitations


What would you do if you knew you couldn’t fail?


Imagine yourself going through life every day having the confidence to overcome any fear, reject any label, and achieve any dream. Imagine knowing that even though the bad times will still come it’s okay because now you won’t just “get through it” you will guide the outcome and REALLY get stronger because of it. Finally, imagine that through having that knowledge and power you can change absolutely any aspect of your life currently causing you pain.

For most of us that sounds like just a fanciful notion with an implied empty promise that can’t possibly ever have anything to do with our lives. But when you are the expert on yourself, when you have the confidence that comes from knowing exactly who you are and what you want, your strengths and your weaknesses, all of a sudden not only are those things possible, they are inevitable and unavoidable. Because as the person who knows you best in the world you have the control, the power, the ability and the right to dictate how you feel and what impact you will have on the world.

 


 I’ve been where you are:

My name is Dawn Keegan. I’m the owner of Mind and Body Coaching. I’m also a Marine war veteran, soon to be published author and a former fat person.

Whether you are looking to lose weight, get promoted or improve your communication skills at home or work, the process is the same. You have to decide where you want to be and then change the way you think so getting there is a more natural process.

The first thing you should know is your predicament whatever it might be is common to us all. What makes you different is being willing to take the action toward getting there.

 

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Despite being healthy and athletic for 30 years prior I reached the staggering weight of nearly 300 pounds in 2005.

My biggest challenge was losing 160+ pounds, but not only did I do it I also achieved the most difficult part which was keeping it off for 10 years now.  I don’t remember looking like this, but I sure remember the emotional pain…


 

 

 

 

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