During the 55-minute Implementation Huddles and Webinars (similar format, but not as confidential, so recorded for those who can't attend live), we'll debrief your successes and challenges, and create your plan for the following week.
We use Zoom video conferencing for weekly video meetings with a structured agenda. You bring to each meeting:
Using these three items, you receive coaching to do better each week than the one before. We'll practice five powerful techniques over and over again, so you can master and use them independently:
The “Daily DO” is the heart of the Big Change Program. Every morning you'll receive a message inviting (that's a gentle word for it) you to check in and let us know what you commit to DO today. If you miss more than a couple of days, we will be in touch to make sure you're OK! No WellStarter left behind!
Your check-ins appear in the group discussion board, where you can encourage, support, and celebrate each other's victories, and debrief and learn from each other's challenges.
A short video to keep you focused and motivated and inspired until you get to the point where you can generate focus, motivation, and inspiration internally. Think of these as Mindset Training Wheels.
A place to ask questions, connect with other participants and alums from previous cohorts, and share your successes and challenges. No WellStarter left behind!
You don't need another cookbook with 200 recipes, or an in-depth discussion of the nuances of willpower. You need short and simple nuggets of useful information, filled with tips and tricks that can help you power through your next meal, your next workout, your next week.
The Big Change Action Library contains many such How-to Guides, with more added all the time (some based on your requests!). Examples include:
That's a fair question.
After all, any idiot can write a diet or fitness book. (And many have.)
Anyone can claim to have the answer – and because weight loss is so hard to achieve in this society, people desperate to lose weight are favorite targets of con artists and self-deluded pretenders.