A.C.E. Your Mindset and Go from Stress to Success

Beat the Self-Sabotage that Keeps You Stuck

A.C.E. stands for attitude-competence-effort and how it pertains to the Cycle of Growth and Performance. It speaks to the necessity to go through Deception (or self-sabotage or resistance) every time we start anything new, be it a relationship, a job, learning to drive, losing weight.

Do you ever feel like a plastic bag drifting through the wind, wanting to start again. You're not alone. As of 2017, over 60% of Americans have reported being stressed about money and work, let alone other life and world issues. The attitude that no matter how things seem, you can feel a sense of freedom that all is still well.

Letter From Tonia Revere:

Co-Founder and President

On behalf of Rod Hairston and the entire team at Growth-U, we wanted to take a moment and thank you for being a valued member of our community. We are committed to listening to your needs and providing the best programming available to create lasting change and continued growth in your life, and all the lives around you. We've dedicated more resources to enhancing our offerings, systems and communications to offer more value in your Growth Life journey.

I love the healing arts and am passionate about my career as a Massage Therapist, Reiki Master, and Esthetician. Helping others through energy and body work is the foundation of most of my personal growth.

Success or failure in weight loss is 80% mindset and only 20% lifestyle. In Part One, we smashed the myth that fat loss failure is due to laziness or lack of willpower. Instead, the most important ingredient to winning at weight loss is actually your mindset.

Hayat Hakim seems to have lived multiple lives in her short time on this earth. Today, she joins us on our first show to discuss her personal experience diversity and embracing change. Hayat knows a few things about uncertainty and change.

How many times have you tried --and failed-- to lose weight? If you're like most people, you've tried over and over and over. The web is full of nutrition and exercise plans with promises of astounding fat loss and fit bodies. And yet research shows that most people fail to shed their bulk or drop it just to regain it back (and more) over time. We are losing the battle against fat, personally and as a culture. Our population has never been heavier than now with about 40% of adults overweight. Even the "Biggest Loser" participants have ended up regaining most of the weight they worked so hard to lose. Why do we sabotage our efforts each and every time?