After The Plan
We want to make sure you have been successful, help you tie up some loose ends if not, and if so, send you on your way with a little homework to help you continue your journey. So, before you go galloping off into the sunset, we have a few suggestions and items left for you to check off the list:
1. Take the Survey – When Your 90-Days Is Up to measure your progress and determine your strengths and weaknesses.
2. Consider using the Advanced Tracks to continue your work in the skills you mastered.
3. Pay it forward by starting a new tribe and leading them through the program.
4. If there is a skill or two you haven’t mastered, use the resources on the Zero 2 Healthy Human page to keep going. Let your tribe know what your plans are and keep them on board. If you feel like you need a complete reboot, go ahead and Sign Up again and start over. After all, practice (and repetition) makes perfect!
5. If your tribe didn’t have a chance to complete many tribe challenges, consider choosing one or two to conquer together now.
6. If you continue working on Advanced Tracks, Tribe Challenges or skills that you haven’t mastered, keep posting your work to social media with #Zero2HealthyHuman to inspire and motivate others and be entered into weekly giveaways.
7. Health is a lifelong journey. As you graduate from Zero 2 Healthy Human, we invite you to continue setting your own goals. Refer to Great Goals to help you set goals worth working towards. We also highly recommend James Clear’s book, Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits and Break Bad Ones, for a framework to help you create automatic habits. Find out more about the book and how to get your hands on the bonus materials at: https://jamesclear.com/atomic-habits.
8. You might also find it helpful to track your new goals on our Fillable Challenges Tracker and continue working on a zero-waste lifestyle using the 5 R’s Journal. Don’t forget to keep your pantry stocked with foods from the Simple Superfood Formulas Pantry List and display the formulas for quick and easy access.
9. As you continue your health journey and set new goals, revisit the skills you learned in your tribe to increase your chances of success – share your goals with your friends and family, recruit someone to work on goals with you and name incentives for yourself.