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Dr. Debbie Bright, DC, MS

Weight loss and gut-health expert Dr. Debbie Bright is an internationally-recognized and board-certified Functional Medicine Physician. She helps Millennials discover their hidden food sensitivities so they can lose that last 7-21 pounds within 21 days or less—all while dramatically up-leveling their energy so they can look years younger and feel better fast. Dr. Debbie is best recognized on social media platforms as the ‘look good naked doctor’, educating her community as to why certain ‘health foods’ are actually sabotaging our weight, skin, energy, hormones and overall well-being. She believes in fast, effective root-cause results so you never have to diet again.
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As much as I hate to admit this, I've been playing small because I was afraid of my power and how it might impact those around me.

What got us here, is not going to get us there.

So this is your fair warning that I am no longer holding back or appealing to the lowest common denominator to appease another.

Some of you will hate it and say, “She expects too much from me!” and the rest of you will feel power like you've never felt before.

This is my request for you and I to step into personal mastery and contribution. 

The world needs what we have to offer more than ever and we have been given a gift that needs to be unwrapped.

I'm not interested in just living life—I want us all to live and leave a legacy.

Don't think of this like walking on eggshells, think of it like walking on the sun.

Comment "I'm in" if you're down for whatever is to come—if you’re ready for your own greatness.

As a part of my tribe, it's time to ride or ...
At some point in life you have to stop thinking about taking action and actually take it.

Whatever the thing is—weight loss, exercise routine, better morning habits, walking away from the party to prioritize your zzzz’s, calling that certain someone to have that big “clearing the space” conversation—the time is now.

Your due diligence in life is to seek and find the things in life that keep you healthy and happy. If you aren’t sure what that looks like yet, move into the phase of curiosity and try some new lifestyle choices on for size—if they aren’t a fit, put them back on the rack and don’t buy.

It’s the inaction that keeps you paralyzed. I once read a great quote from Victor Frankl in “Man’s Search for Meaning”:

“Those who have a ‘why’ to live can bear with almost any ‘how’.”

It’s much easier to deal with distractions and doubts when you big WHY rings out loud and clear to keep you moving. Continuous movement in one direction will grant tangible results.

You always have permission to modify your goals by rethinking and refocusing along the way—it’s the momentum that’s hard to maintain if your direction lacks definition.

From this point forward make everything you do consistent with your goal. Your day-to-day actions should align with your purpose and when it does, you will move closer to accomplishing _______________ (insert your goal).

P.S. I bet when you got to that blank line, your mind already knew what to insert there just a split second before it also started talking you out of it.

Save this post—reread it again when you need it. And you’re going to need it.
At some point in life you have to stop thinking about taking action and actually take it.

Whatever the thing is—weight loss, exercise routine, better morning habits, walking away from the party to prioritize your zzzz’s, calling that certain someone to have that big “clearing the space” conversation—the time is now.

Your due diligence is to seek and find the things in life that keep you healthy and happy. If you aren’t sure what that looks like yet, move into the phase of curiosity and try some new lifestyle choices on for size—if they aren’t a fit, put them back on the rack and don’t buy.

It’s the inaction that keeps you paralyzed. I once read a great quote from Victor Frankl in “Man’s Search for Meaning”:

“Those who have a ‘why’ to live can bear with almost any ‘how’.”

It’s much easier to deal with distractions and doubts when you big WHY rings out loud and clear to keep you moving. Continuous movement in one direction will grant tangible results.

You always have permission to modify your goals by rethinking and refocusing along the way—it’s the momentum that’s hard to maintain when your direction lacks definition.

From this point forward make everything you do consistent with your goal. Your day-to-day actions should align with your purpose and when it does, you will move closer to accomplishing _______________ (insert your goal).

P.S. I bet when you got to that blank line, your mind already knew what to insert there just a split second before it also started talking you out of it.

Save this post—reread it again when you need it. And you’re going to need it.
Loving the effort, but tired of life’s high performance grind?!

Join @johnallenjam and I LIVE tomorrow @ 4/7 PM PST/EST as we discuss his discoveries with how to avoid burnout while thriving in your life!

P.S. He’s a new dad again too—so he can definitely tell you what’s up! 

#drdebbie #millennialhealth #JAM
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