I have a guilty secret…
I’m not proud of it, but these days I don’t apologise for it either.
It definitely doesn’t enrich my life, although this week it has given me a great topic to write about.
I bloody love “I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here”
I know, I know.
I’m glad it’s out there now though.
It isn’t that I enjoy an insight into these so-called celebrity’s lives – to be honest I don’t know who the majority of them are!
But I do find it interesting to see people being taken outside of their comfort zone and forced to adapt.
This year has followed the same pattern as previous – things in the camp are very calm and harmonious for the first few days, before the producers throw a curve ball to deliberately mess with things and cause arguments and conflicts.
Well 2016’s curve ball has arrived in the shape of Martin Roberts – the amazing 80s throwback presenter of Homes Under The Hammer – you’ve watched it, don’t pretend you haven’t!
And it’s become immediately obvious why they’ve chosen him.
The man is a spectacular Negative Nelly.
Now don’t get me wrong, I think he’s a nice chap…but somewhere along the way he has been conditioned to doubt, question and be scared of everything.
Our until now happy campers are falling to pieces.
One man has completely changed the dynamic and mindset of 10 other people.
And you already know why I’m talking to you about this, don’t you?
Who you surround yourself with has a huge influence on the decisions you make and the kind of person you become.
And our Martin has illustrated beautifully that it only takes one.
So if you truly want to become a better version of yourself, take a step back and look at those people in your life who are holding you back.
- Who are relentlessly negative.
- Who blame all their problems on others.
- Who complain about everything, but never do anything to change it.
- Who question your ability to change or achieve things.
- Who encourage you to make poor decisions to validate their own.
Have you got one?
I know I used to, and I got rid – one of the best decisions I ever made.
Now, the average person gains between 5 and 15lbs over the Christmas period.
If you can’t afford to let that happen to you, you need to surround yourself with supportive, positive people who encourage you to grow and make the changes you need in your life.
Not in January when there will be twice as much work to do, but now.
And if you’ve already had enough of feeling bloated, run down and tired all the time, then why would you want to wait another 6 weeks to change that?
So when you’ve finished clearing out the rotten apples, get in touch with us – we’re lucky to have a barrel of the finest apples I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with.
And together, we’ll show you how you can enjoy the festive season without gaining any inches, and come out the other side feeling healthier and happier than you went in – without missing out on any of those treats 😉
Ian “Postive Pam” Male
Ps. Don’t believe me? Click the link below and hear from a few of those apples!