Paperback Book: Think Yourself Thin
Are you tired of promising yourself this will be the year you finally lose weight? Do you follow a good diet and exercise program and are still overweight? Why are you self-sabotaging yourself? In Think Yourself Thin, author Nathalie Plamondon-Thomas discusses a key component to losing weight and keeping it off using your brain and a science called Neuro-Linguistic Programming.
The DNA System to Reprogram Your Own Brain to Lose Weight and Keep it Off
Do you exercise, eat well, do everything right and yet, can’t seem to lose the last ten pounds? Do you lose weight and gain it back, with interest? Do you self-sabotage? Do you feel that sometimes, an invisible force is making you do the reverse of what you know you should be doing? Are you tired of promising yourself this will be the year you finally lose weight? In No.1 International Bestseller THINK Yourself® THIN, Nathalie Plamondon-Thomas, Transformation Expert, shares the proven D.N.A. system to reprogram your own brain to lose weight and keep it off.
You will discover:
- what are the intentions behind your desire to be thin.
- how to leverage these intentions into a serving force.
- the causes of self-sabotage.
- the proven system to reprogram your thoughts to lose weight and keep it off.
- why negative self-talk is keeping you from losing weight.
- how to rephrase limiting beliefs to serve your goals.
- processes to support an on-going healthy lifestyle.
Nathalie is the EXPERT with a PROVEN SYSTEM to get you transformational results. She is international No.1 Bestselling Author of fifteen books on success, communication, wellness and empowerment. She is the Founder and CEO of the THINK Yourself® ACADEMY, offering leading-edge courses, training and events.
Along the past 30 years, she has inspired over 100,000 audience members and empowered thousands of clients internationally to get rid of their negative self-talk. She combines over 10 years of experience in human resources, 25 years of experience in sales and over 30 years in the fitness industry. In 2007, she was “Fitness Instructor of the Year” for Canada.