Mariah MacDonald is a transformation coach who transformed over 1000 clients in the span of her career. Her determination to beat her personal struggles enabled her to become the best version of herself today.
In part 2 of our interview, she’ll discuss how she transformed herself and her clients, the importance of creating a do or die situation, as well as the main reasons why some of her clients don’t always get the results they paid for.
“When you hire a coach, shut up and listen to what they have to say for 12 weeks. Don’t question (their advice) and see if it works for you.” Mariah MacDonald
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Why coaching for results is a better and more efficient approach than coaching for sessions.
- Why training rigorously for five days a week is ineffective.
- How Mariah manages to maintain a low body fat percentage while training for only two days a week.
- The difference between a typical trainer and a transformation coach.
- It’s possible to sleep for up to 8 hours a night if you make the right choices.
- The things Mariah did to change her life as well as the choices she made to make over 1000 of her clients’ life better.
- Why being ashamed of your body will lead you to a downward spiral.
- Why you should consult a professional when you binge instead of blaming yourself. Know why you end up binge eating from a scientific perspective.
- Why being close-minded will not make your lifestyle any better.
- Don’t rely on the scale. Instead, judge your hard work with a mirror.
- Celebrate the small gains you make along the way.
- Create a do or die situation to make your transformation work better.
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