How We Do Things
At BodyFacts™ we expand the ancient “calories in/calories out” equation by examining the environments that support wellness. Most all of us know that our bodies need exercise and nourishing food. Yet, many of us render that knowledge useless by continuing to be “comfortable” while eating comfort foods full of calories and void of nutrients.
None of us ever wake up in the morning and wish to become unhealthier. Yet we believe what the media feeds us and seek out the latest fad diet, exercise craze and wellness trend. Finally, when the lies of instant results result in failure, we fail to learn the lesson. This cycle of stress repeats itself and ultimately results in a deficiency mindset.
How do we get results?
We draw out your very best by uncovering the blind spots, barriers and burdens that keep you from wellness. Our clients determine their desires, then we help them identify and enhance the supports necessary to uphold life values. We enhance body image and self image by targeting Being Image: the experience of body and self through interactions with others:
Life values are the rules by which we guide ethical decision-making and behavior. At BodyFacts™ we found the four specific values that serve as the basis for holistic living.
Past experiences are the biggest predictors of exercise program success and adherence. Together we will reflect on important life events in order to address ambivalence to change.
Who do you call when you’re in a pickle? Mobilize your personal and professional wellness champions. These are the people one must connect with in order to support a journey of wellness.
Values, Vision, Mission, Objectives and Strategies are developed.
Synonymous with the term “objective” each goal must be Specific, Measurable, Actionable, Relevant and Time-based. Lastly, goals must match one’s Emotional Readiness to cultivate enhancement.
Prioritize Strengths, Accept and Forgive Weaknesses, Seek Opportunities and Minimize Threats.
Objectives are upheld through daily wellness builders; active strategies that cultivate family, faith, happiness and health through movement and play.
R.E.A.C.H. For Resilience
Develop a planned, prepared and practiced answer to temptation through our visceral process.