IT'S TIME TO DREAM BIG!
1 // You want your habits and your life to be different than your current reality
You want to be more disciplined, more consistent, more productive, happier, healthier and overall, your own best self.
2 // Be grateful, be intentional, be accountable
Start with gratitude. Intentionally choose the new habits you want to take on, the new person you want to be and even the new life you want to live. Once you know where you are going, you’ll need some accountability to help you get there.
3 // Let’s get focused and get after it!
It’s not going to be easy, but if you truly want to be a better human and live a ‘better than expected’, ‘outside of the box’ kind of life as your best and most effective self…..let’s take it one step and one habit at a time. You’ve got this! Stay focused and get after it!
I have known Dr. Peggy for many years as my awesome chiropractor. I don’t always take care of myself at work or during sports and Peggy has done a wonderful job of …getting me to adjust my habits to include more stretching and proper lifting.
When Peggy started her podcast a few years ago, I was a listener from the beginning. She has a great way of communicating and reinforcing small habit changes that doesn’t come across in a condescending way.
I especially appreciate that she shares when her own habits break down, we all have setbacks. She motivates you to just get back on track tomorrow.
I’ve known Dr. Peggy for 20 years. She has consistently shown up in my life as a mentor and accountability coach for my life and business.
As an introverted creative, I have lots of ideas, but an aversion to group work.
Peggy helps me to find systems and build habits to move from ‘Idea to Done’ in a way that feels authentic for me.
Self care has never really been my thing. As a single mom to 2 awesome kids (and working full time in a fast-paced stressful job) – that doesn’t leave a lot of time for self reflection or self care.
Then comes Dr Peggy with her amazing podcast and Facebook/IG group “The Improvement Project” and I have started to pay a little bit more attention to myself and what I can do to live my best life for me. Between reflecting on things I am grateful for in my life or talking about my “wins” for the week – it’s really opened my eyes to taking a step back, enjoying each day I have and working on being happy!
Thank you Dr Peggy… you truly are an inspiration to me!