To me, motivation is the most overrated concept there is.

I've never classed myself as either being motivated or being a motivator

The way I see it is that you're a grown ass man, I can't make you do anything you don't want to do.

Either online or in person.

My coaching style is one of understanding, educating and leading by example, not the ra ra hype you up type

I mean, if you're in pain, and I have to motivate you to do your 10 min daily routine... there's something really wrong there, right?

Is it my responsibility (or anyone else's for that matter) to make sure you are doing something that goods for you?

I get that you may be worried, anxious or hesitant... I get that better than anyone else. 

But you have the tools now, you know what to do, you know how to do it... what's stopping you?

Alan "Mr UnMotivator" O'Mahony.

About the Author

Hi, I'm Alan, and not sure whether or not to write this is the 3rd person. When I'm not helping my clients create the most amazing and profound fat loss and mindset transformations, I'm usually found teaching my Border Collie (Bertie) new tricks.