WMS 4: My Favourite Motivation Tool

motivationWouldn’t it be great if I could give you a tool to use to keep you motivated all the time.

Well guess what

…I can!

You see. After helping many Brides motivate themselves to look and feel the way they want to on their big day, i know the Number 1 Tool for staying motivated.

After all, you can probably motivate yourself for a day or so

…Maybe even a week!

But can you motivate yourself long enough to get the type of results you want before your Wedding Day?

If not, stick around. I’ve got you covered.

wedding motivation tool

Rather than beat around the bush explaining about this tool, I’m just going to come right out with what my favourite tool for motivation is.

(And the number 1 tool for Brides like you!)



BOOM! Blew your mind didn’t I? šŸ˜€

In all seriousness though…This truly is my favourite motivation tool.

And THE #1 tool for Wedding Motivation.

Let me explain why…

Why community is my favouriteĀ motivation tool

As a bride, you are in a pretty unique position.

A position many of the people around you may not understand (especially your Groom…trust me!)

Even those that have been married before you such as an older sister, your mum, or anyone else for that matter – may not understand what it is like to be a modern-day Bride.

– You’re busy

– You have 101 different commitments

– You feel pressured to look stunning

– You’re stressed with planning the big day…and everything else!

– You want perfect Wedding Pictures to share with others

– You feel like time is passing you by

…I get it!

I deal with this day-in-day-out and understand what modern day Brides go through.

I work 1-2-1 with them each day and even live with my own Bride-to-be.

There’s TV shows, magazines, articles & blogs all-over with examples of other ‘Perfect’ wedding days and examples of what your day should be like and how you should look.

There’s big expectations as to what your Wedding Day should be like.

And now and then, it can all get a little overwhelming.

Because let’s face it.

No-one around you really understands what it’s like to be in your shoes right now.

How could they?

But what if you did have people around you who understood EXACTLY what it’s like to be in a similar position to you?

In fact, what if you had a whole community of Brides like you around to help you out?

…That would be pretty useful right?

Having a community of likeminded people around you is a surefire way to get motivated & inspired, and then stay that way

…even when things get tough!

The benefits of a community…

Having a community around you can help in many ways:

– Inspire you through success stories, action taking and overcoming obstacles

– Answer your questions that would usually send you off-track

– Save you time searching for useful information, they already have it

– Give you a boost when you need it most

– Share experiences with you so that you don’t make the mistakes they did

– Recognise your successes and highlight the learning points from your ‘failures’

…And much, much more!

The truth is.

To succeed at ANYTHING it helps massively to have a community of people around you.

I am a successful Fitness Business Owner, but only because I am part of a team of other successful fitness business owners, who help, support and guide me along the way.

They know what it’s like to run a business, they understand my industry, they’ve overcome obstacles I face, have similar success and failures to me, and above all else…keep me motivated and moving forwards.

(If you’re anything like me I bet you hate feeling left behind!)

You need to be part of a community of other Brides just like you

…and in my next post, I am going to show you exactly how to become part of the best community of motivational Brides around.

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Author: Matt

I help busy Brides feel comfortable and confident in front of the camera on their Wedding Day.

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