Tired of starting your diet over every Monday and ending up at the drive-thru by Wednesday? Have you ever thought, "I know what to do I just don't know WHY I don't do it?"
If that's you then you need Corinne who lost 100lbs. She gets what it is like to be overweight and feel defeated. She did a complete mental and physical transformation and teaches you how to do the EXACT same thing.
In this podcast, we don’t focus on doing things that lead to yo-yo dieting, like counting calories, weight watchers, time-consuming workouts or extremely low-carb diets. Instead, you’ll learn practical tools that have helped 1000s of women lose weight from someone just like you telling you like it is each week. No sugar coating here!
For show notes, her free video weight loss course, blogs and more, visit Losing100Podcast.com. Corinne is changing the weight loss industry, cutting the crap diet advice and telling you exactly how to lose weight and keep it off.
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How to Give Yourself Grace on Your Weightloss Journey
Do you ever say a*****e things to yourself like:
"I should’ve gotten more done today" "I'm never going to get this. I may as well quit" "When I... lose the weight/get a promotion/find a partner... THEN I'll feel good about myself" Sound familiar? You’re not alone. Women are hard on themselves, especially my Gen X ladies who grew up in the 80’s and 90’s.
If you're over 40, you've had alllll the unrealistic expectations put on you. And you beat yourself up every day for not living up to b******t outdated rules.
During our conversation, we get vulnerable and share our struggles with being hard on ourselves. Katie goes deep on what it really means to give yourself grace in your every day, messy-ass life.
We're not talking about becoming a perfect, graceful human being, putting a band-aid over a bad day, or "letting yourself off the hook."
Quite the opposite. Giving yourself grace may be the most important thing you do to lose weight faster and easier.
And share this episode with the women in your life. I want to help release the pressure on women to be everything to everyone at all times. This perspective on grace has the potential to change their lives.
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Bonus for Online Biz Owners: How to Simplify Your Marketing
This bonus episode is for all my online coaches and course creators. If you're just here for weightloss, you can skip over this episode, but if you're wantin help on building your online business, this ones for you.
Confusing Marketing is Costing You Clients
How many of these can you relate to?
I don't know what I should be doing each day to get clients
People don't sign up for my offers
I don't have a marketing strategy - I'm just posting and hoping for clients
When I send emails, nobody is opening or clicking them
It's a fact -- If your marketing is the least bit confusing, customers will find someone else to pay.
At the No BS Marketing Bootcamp, you'll get a step-by-step plan with easy frameworks to simplify your marketing so you can consistently get clients.
Head to nobsmarketingbootcamp.com to sign up.
Weightloss Q+A with Corinne
I've got a treat for you today -- a full Q+A session with me. I tackle your burning weightloss questions like:
How do I restart? How do I handle stress eating? But what if it just tastes so good? How do I stop nighttime cravings? What is WRONG with me? How do I move on from regret? In today's podcast, I give you answers the diet industry never will, like:
Why it's hard to restart and how to get your ass in gear The real cause of your overeating How to enjoy tasty food without the guilt My surprising hack for overcoming nighttime cravings Understanding you're not broken and what the real problem is How to move on from regretting the choices you made in the past I brought the fire in this episode and there's a shit-ton of good advice for you.
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The Best Time to Stop Overeating
Is it hard for you to stop at enough with food that tastes good?
My hand is raised -- I bet yours is too -- because it's normal to want to keep eating food you love, even when you know you've had enough.
But what if I told you that's not why you're struggling with weightloss?
The urge to overeat is not the problem. The problem is what you make it mean about you. That there's something wrong with you. That you're "bad." That food controls you.
What if there's nothing wrong with you? What if there's a damn good explanation for why you want to overeat?
There is, and I'm sharing it on today's podcast: The Best Time to Stop Overeating.
Listen in for a fresh perspective on overeating -- one you probably haven't heard -- and real-life techniques to curb it without overhauling your pantry or restricting foods you love. (We don't do that in No BS.)
If you want to learn how No BS women lose weight while enjoying their favorite foods, join the membership today at JoinNoBS.com.
How To Actually Hold Yourself Accountable
I get this question a lot:
"How do I hold myself accountable?"
Most women think accountability is being hard on yourself. We tell ourselves to be good, don't be a fuck up, or stop being lazy.
Why do we know what to do to lose weight, and we don't do it.
Newsflash: We talk to ourselves like an asshole to get ourselves to behave.
And this will keep you from losing weight.
In today's podcast episode -- How to Actually Hold Yourself Accountable -- I'll share three steps for weightloss accountability :
Know when you're being an ass to yourself. Track habits that help you lose weight (and stop tracking things that don't). Identify unmet self-care needs (so you can stop eating to care for yourself). When you learn this, you'll start losing weight and never look back. So listen today!
Part 2: Why You Can't Stick to Your New Years Resolution
We're a month into the New Year. If you made a goal to lose weight... how's it going?
If you've quit and are beating yourself up because you “never stick to your goals,” please stop. I know the two reasons why.
In last week’s episode, I gave you the first reason. Go back and check it out if you missed it.
This week, I’m sharing the second major reason you can’t stick to your goals. And it has nothing to do with what to eat or how to exercise.
When you start a goal, you're all fired up with excitement and motivation. It feels easy. Then life happens. The fire goes out and you’re left with your regular old feelings.
Most diets don’t address this truth, but I will:
You’re not a loser if excitement and motivation fade -- they were never meant to last!
Your goals fail because you expect to feel good about them all the time. Spoiler: you won’t. That's not how the brain works.
Successful weightloss comes in the moments you feel like shit and don't eat over it. That's what we work on in No BS – what to do when you’re tired, cranky, and forgot why you wanted to lose weight in the first place.
So, if you feel like giving up, listen to today’s episode -- Part 2: Why You Can’t Stick to Your New Year's Resolutions. You'll come away with:
Two feelings that are a lot more helpful than motivation and excitement Three questions to ask yourself in the moments you want to quit. I hope you keep going. You can lose your weight for the last damn time. But how you do it will look different than what the diet industry has sold you.
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I love Corinne, I have never felt so seen, which is helpful all on its own. She is passionate about what she does and you can feel it through the speakers, this is a podcast I recommend to every person I come in contact with!
Life changing podcast
Such an amazing podcast. Finally found someone who understands the struggle
Corinne understands the journey of weight loss!
I love this podcast.