Carolyn O’Byrne, CHT, author of Gut Instinct, is a colon hydro-therapist, life coach and wife of a truck driver. In the heart of the trucking industry, she directs her passion and knowledge towards drivers and their families by life coaching. She wants to reach even more people by using this book as another way to help others who are desiring progressive change in their lives. She is there to show them how to transform their future and to direct them to success, to health and to a positive outlook on life. Throughout her years of interest in true health and wellness, she has studied and applied to her own life these many different modalities. Her insight has also enabled her to help numerous others on their journey to health through her business, Life Coach Service, LLC. Her mission is to steer those who want results in the direction of good health, both emotionally and physically, in a confidential setting.
Drivers, we all know that the only thing on a flash drive is what you put on it, right?
Well other than the fact that we are MUCH more complicated than a simple flash drive, the same goes for us.
What we or someone else, put into our minds is ultimately what shows up in our life. In addition to that, what we put into our mouths, is what will show up in our health. In my experience, show me someone with emotional issues, and I will show you someone with gut issues and vice versa.
Do we see the importance here? If we want to be our best self, we must be in control of everything that goes into our self and no one else.. No we can’t control going to a truck stop and seeing or hearing way too much ________. But we can control how we respond to it. There is so much that we can control about ourselves.
Most of us don’t want something or someone to control us, yet we are very likely submitting ourselves to something or someone. Such as, letting unhealthy foods determine our health or letting someone else’s negative attitude control how we act upon situations.
I want to let you know that you have the power to control yourself, no matter what the setting. No matter if it is emotional or physical, such as what you eat.
Become aware of your triggers, educate yourself, and find someone that can help you to become accountable, whether it is a family member, or friend. Some don’t have that person to go to or some just want a neutral party with experience. Either way I want to empower you to be the best that you can be.
Blessings on your health,
Carolyn O’Byrne, CHT