I’m gonna tell you something I wish I had done YEARS AGO that is keeping you from getting the results you want…

Anyone is CAPABLE as being as fit and healthy as they want to be.
Anyone is CAPABLE of being happy.
Anyone can have the impact on our friends and family that we want to have.

But the problem is our belief system… We should eat better, we should wake up earlier… basically we “should” all over ourselves. Why? STANDARDS…

It’s taking the shoulds in our life and turning it into a must and RAISING OUR STANDARDS FOR OURSELVES. As long as it’s a should, we will do it when it’s convenient. And convenient does not create consistency.

If you have a great relationship, it’s not because once and awhile you show up. It’s because you do it consistently. 
It’s consistency that creates a great relationship.

It’s consistency in the gym and diet that creates that dream body.

It’s consistency that creates that income.

It’s consistently raining the standards you have for yourself.

Okay I’m gonna push your buttons even more now…

Most of us think that if we do a poor job at something, we get a poor reward… but that’s not how life works… you do a poor job you get NO REWARD!

You do a poor job in a relationship, that person walks put the door. You do a poor job at work, you get fired.

Most people are REALLY trying to do a good job…. you’re a GOOD PERSON… but that problem with that is that’s good…but when your standard is OUTSTANDING on a consistent basis, you get ALL the rewards.

But the difference isn’t a skill difference, it’s a mindset difference. It’s the standards you hold yourself to!

It’s consistently SHOWING UP.

Talk soon,


Rachel Scheer

Rachel Scheer

Rachel Scheer is a Certified Nutritionist who received her degree from Baylor University in Nutrition Science and Dietetics. Rachel has her own private nutrition and counseling practice located in McKinney, Texas. Rachel has helped clients with a wide range of nutritional needs enhance their athletic performance, improve their physical and mental health, and make positive lifelong eating and exercise behavior changes.

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