Beaupre Coaching helps women who are over 50 or 60 lose weight with lasting results. Weight-loss and life coach Pat Beaupre Becker can help you reach your goal weight and create a life you love.
I Coach Women Over 50 or 60, Lose Weight with Lasting Results
I am a Certified Weight-Loss and Life Coach, helping women who are over 50 and 60 lose weight, for the last time. If you are a successful woman who hasn't figured out how to get to your goal weight and stay there, I can help.
Using the latest research in obesity and neuroscience, you can finally answer the question: "If I am so SMART, why can't I lose weight?" You can learn to lose weight.
Do you want to learn to love what loves you? Do you want to break-up your love affair with binge-ready foods and thoughts that sabotage your success? Do you want to get to your goal weight and stay there? No matter how old you are?
If you are ready to give up the struggle with food and weight, once and for all, you are in the right place.
Mindset is so important to successful weight loss. The first belief is that it is never to late to lose weight. It is never too late to discover what you love.
Summer’s here and many women have decided to start on a new healthy eating plan! Monday comes, you start the day strong. Lunch is a breeze and you are feeling proud. You look at your friend’s French fries and you say, not interested. And you mean it! Mind blown.
You get all the way through dinner, eating your planned healthy food. Then, dinner’s over, the dishes are cleaned up.
You start to feel antsy and you find yourself reaching for more food; even while you are telling yourself you don’t want to overeat tonight. Even though you are not physically hungry.
What is an essential change I have made in my life that supports me to live at my natural weight after years of feeling stuck and unhappy about my body and my food?
A key change I made is that now I ask myself powerful, empowering questions every day. This strategy keeps my brain seeking fresh inspiration and delight and frees me from a sentence of being condemned to failure by repeating the same mistakes over and over.
In a More Beautiful Question, author Warren Berger, says that a beautiful question is “an ambitious yet actionable question that can begin to shift the way we perceive or think about something – and that might serve as a catalyst to bring about change.” A good question is like “a lever used to pry open the stuck lid on a paint can.”
“The brain is an unbelievable powerful tool of intelligence, but the problem with our brains is they deceive us into thinking that we are rational, logical and consistent and that we remember things correctly. Nothing could be further from the truth. I still don’t see all my biases. … we are really are a very flawed form of intelligence – as awesome as we are. We need to start figuring out how to improve humans at the rate we are improving our digital tools so we can evolve together.” Bryan Johnson, founder and CEO neurotech company Kernel. (Kernel develops brain interfaces that record the activity of neurons through a tiny grids of electrodes.)