HCG Diet Case Study: How To Recover From A Bad HCG Round And Win Big Next Time (Reboot Part 3)

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The Spirit Of A True HCG Diet Warrior

Last round of  the HCG Diet didn’t go great and you need to recover? Then I wrote this for you…

In Part 1 of How To Reboot A Bad Round Of The HCG Diet we talked a bit about the Automated Failure Mechanism and it’s polar opposite the Automated Success Mechanism.

Then in Part 2 Last HCG Diet Went Sideways? My Open Letter To You…  we went over 5 ways you can take yourself off the HCG Diet hook…

Now we delve into what to do if this happens to you. This actually happened to someone, but I’ve changed the name and other things so no one feels singled out.

Let me set up what happened…

I’ve changed her name to “Sally” because she’s a good person who, like me, doesn’t always get everything right the first time she does it. I understand, I don’t skydive for the same reason…

So, she goes on the HCG Diet while in my HCG Diet Success Coaching Program and that’s when life hit her with every kind of resistance you can imagine (and a few you can’t): she goes on a trip and leaves her HCG in a hot car, she’s in a legal free-for-all with other family members after her father’s recent passing, her son was diagnosed as a diabetic… and on and on. You get the picture.

Can you imagine trying to focus on the HCG Diet journey during all that negative input?

I knew early on she was floundering, I could see it in her weekly tracker. But here’s the thing, after coaching over 600 folks through their individual HCG Diet journey, I’ve developed the HCG Diet version of “spider sense.” You know how Spider-Man gets that mental signal that warns him of danger just before it can harm him, so he has time to get out of the way?

I have the same for coaching others through their HCG Diet journeys and it really goes off anytime I go onto one of the Facebook HCG Diet groups or other online forums. I can tell who’s going to make it and who isn’t just reading by what they write.

So, when she started out so strong on her HCG Diet journey and is losing fat and inches like crazy. Plus diligently sending in her tracker early each week; and was asking questions that not only showed she had watched the weekly trainings first, but she had thought deeply about what she learned and therefore asked better questions.

And then it all stopped one day. Suddenly. While I didn’t know the circumstances at the time, I recognize the symptoms. Nearly everyone does this part the same way. So I pinged her.

THREE WEEKS LATER, she emails me back detailing what happened, beating herself up and feeling contrite and like an utter failure. Well, I can’t allow that on my watch because if she goes too far down that path she’ll trip her Automated Failure Mechanism.

Here’s what I wrote back:

“Ok Sally, so you recognize where you jumped the tracks so we won’t harp on those points.

So, a few things on the question of continuing on or stopping.  Your choice, of course.

As you might have guessed, I’ve got some tips and  recommendations based on years of experience and best practices from over 600 members of the HCG Diet Success Coaching Program.

Let’s do this:
First, take a 6 week break from all things relating to the HCG Diet and then, get your head back in the game, restart with renewed vigor. (She had wanted to start again immediately, but I could tell her mind nor her heart was in the game).

I know, I know… you probably don’t want to hear that, but hey – I’m not in the coaching business to tell you what you want to hear, I’m here to tell you what you need to hear.

And what you need to hear, so you can get your head back in the game and do what you set out to do in the first place is this: win this HCG diet journey and have it be the last diet they’ll ever need to be on.

Not too deeply down, I bet you may even be a bit relieved, even though your mind is screaming at you to ‘Just get up and jump back on that horse!’

Hey, I have a great deal of empathy for not doing something HCG diet and not getting it right the first time. I rarely get things right the first time. Which is why I don’t skydive. Besides the irrational and illogical practice of jumping out of a perfectly good airplan, there’s also the added concern that gravity works and there is no reset button if I do something wrong.

Unlike the HCG Diet. You can always get a do-over on HCG and get your body looking like you want it to look.

I feel I owe it to you and everyone who’s ever aspired to look hot, be lean, strong and healthy and got yourself on the HCG Diet, but then gave up hope because something happened they could not or would not control.

I feel I owe it to them to get them back in the saddle and show them how to do the HCG Diet right, how to do it fast, and how to keep those results for life.”

 

Next up, how an HCG Diet Warriors handle this…

Talk to me. What did you learn from that unsuccessful HCG Diet round that will make the next a smashing success? Leave a Comment below and tell me all about it.

Stay Tuned. Stay Gutless.

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