I’ve got bad news for you — you’re on drugs.
Yep, every time you make a major decision to change your life, your body pumps out the bliss drug dopamine.
Dopamine is what gives runners their high.
And when you decided to take the Complaint Free challenge, your brain rewarded you with a big blast of dopamine from your own internal apothecary.
This is Mother Nature’s way of rewarding smart, healthy decisions.
BUT… after the high of the drug comes the inevitable crash and this is why so many people never complete the 21 Day Complaint Free challenge.
In this video, you’ll learn how to stay motivated even when your enthusiasm dips.
And, you’ll learn the one thing all Complaint Free champions have in common.
If you can just do this one thing, you’ll succeed — guaranteed.
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Thanks for this. We’ll look into it.
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Hi – I have a question. My husband and I are doing the Challenge together. There have been times that I have told him about a current event. For example, “I read in the paper today thatTrump has removed the standard for serving fruit and vegetables in school lunches that was established during the Obama administration” or “There was a shooter episode in _______ yesterday.” I don’t comment further. Does this qualify as a complaint—or as a fact? Of course, I’m not pleased about a shooter episode occurring. So by definition, this is arguably a complaint. But if so, it seems that the complaint free challenge requires that I not discuss any world news if, beneath the surface, I wish it had not happened. Please clarify! Thank you.
Hi Will. I am curently on 64 days of a self-imposed diet, and I know what you mean. There are ups and downs in the process. But, just like the Complaint Free Life, and anticipating some great things at the end of the tunnel (ha! It’s a life-long process, but I am targeting June of 2022 to reach my goal of a loss of 144 pounds – I have already lost 27 after giving back eight pounds last week). It takes commitment. It takes awareness. And sometimes it is your opinion, that is mine, that I have to lean on when I face a weight gain situation. I just sit down, look at the data, look at what I did differently–I gained 3 pounds overnight because I had beef ravioli together with strawberries, blueberries, molasses and probably easily exceeded 2,000 calories in that combination alone), and make adjustments. I don’t wait for the end of the week to make adjustments. I adjust on a dime, in a second, in the instant, because this is where the change occurs.
I anticipate that I will equally be successful with Complaint Free Life. I’ll approach it the same way: Heightened awareness. Diligent approach. And the willingness to make on-the-spot adjustments for the better.
Anyway, that’s my statement and hope you are feeling better.