3 Steps to Outsmart Cravings
October 22nd, 2013 by Katie Morton
Let me tell you a story.
One day a woman I’ll call “Sally” went on a walk with her husband. On this walk, Sally told her husband about yours truly, and how she found me online through my articles. Sally told her husband that she was excited to register for one of my courses.
Her husband had never heard of me. He said to Sally, “You’re just going to pay some stranger online? What if this is a phishing scam? What if it’s really a dirty old man on the other end?”
After seeing my articles on Yahoo! and on TLC’s site, Sally knew this would have been a very elaborate scheme. She reassured her husband, and he agreed to trust her judgment. She signed up.
On our first coaching call together, Sally and I had a really good laugh about the whole “dirty old man” thing.
After hearing Sally’s story, I wondered how many people might feel a little weird about reading my articles and feeling like they know me, when they’ve never seen my face except for a couple of photos. So I made a short video so you can see me in all my imperfect glory.
The point is I’m crazy-pants excited to bring you some incredibly useful content via a free phone call: 3 Steps to Outsmart Cravings.
I know what it’s like to struggle with bad habits and self-sabotaging behaviors, because I’ve been there! I was overweight, and I was self-medicating my emotions with food and booze every day. I didn’t know how to escape this prison I’d made for myself.
I’m happy to say that I’ve figured out some great secrets for getting a handle on cravings so you can take control and start living.
In this free phone call, 3 Steps to Outsmart Cravings, you’re going to get to the root of how to fight back and get better and better at resisting your impulses to give in. Here are the three steps we’re going to cover in the call:
1. Battle Craving Brain Fog.
We check out mentally when we get a craving, and we seem to magically gravitate towards the object of our desire. In step one, you’ll learn how to bring yourself out of the craving brain fog.
2. Recognize Mindless Excuses.
In step two, you’ll learn how to recognize excuses by tuning into the brain chatter that drives you towards giving in.
3. Get Your Real Needs Met.
When we repeatedly give in to cravings, it’s because we have needs that are going unmet. In step three, you’ll get clear on how to dig beneath the surface of cravings and start getting happier and more fulfilled in life.
“But Katie! How do I get in on this goodness?”
DOH! This call already happened. But I’ve got great news! Part 1 of what was covered on the call is here. Sign up for my newsletter! Enter your email address below and you’ll get a copy of my free eBook, 10 Steps to a Blissful You.