Making smart changes

I've been a trainer and coach for a long time. I was teaching people how to manage Microsoft Operating Systems off of 2.5in floppy disks in the mid 90's. I was a US Army Combatives instructor, and I've been a fitness coach and gym owner for 5 years.

I have a lot of experience helping people learn and adapt to new information and develop new ways to do things. The Carnivore Diet is no different.

There is a method to the madness. The trick to making the diet successful is to do everything you can to stay on it for as long as possible.

Stopping the diet doesn't do you any good. It may be hard to give up carbs, but you're doing this to see if they're worth it or not. It's not about cutting out carbs. It's about giving yourself better options.

Pro TIp: The smaller the change and less impact it has on your routine, the easier it is to maintain.

This is the trick. Make small changes over time. Don't try to go 100% carnivore overnight. Make a plan and build yourself up to it.

The bigger the change is that you make, the more it impacts your ability to maintain it.  Come up with a way to get to 100% over a period of 3-4 weeks and see what happens.

You're in a routine right now. A routine is nothing more than a collection of habits. In order to develop a new routine, you need to develop new habits.

I'll post more suggestions on how to make small steps but for now, just remember that you don't have to do the whole thing overnight. Plan it out and grow into it. It's your life, and you have your own goals, make it work for you.


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