An Action Plan is sometimes needed when a client is so overwhelmed they need a focal point to refer to. Action plans include activities, resources and time intervals for a strategy to succeed. There will be days while trying to accomplish your health goals that you feel like you are back paddling—especially if you’re experiencing chronic challenges. By looking at your action plan you can get back on track and renew your goals of healthy living and healthy habits.

Step 1: Diet Five ways I will change my eating habits or eat specific items are:

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Step 2: Drugs/Supplements/Herbs/Homeopathics I can take to help this particular challenge:

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Step 3: Exercise Three things I like to do that I can make a commitment to do 5 times a week for at least 15 minute periods:

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Step 4: Spiritual Lessons for me to focus on and work through concerning this dis-ease process:

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Step 5: Healing Modalities I will do or explore that would be beneficial for my body and particularly this challenge:

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The core causes for my body and this challenge are:

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Three people I can call for positive support if needed are:

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For chronic or recurring problems this handout may help you to focus. For my clients, I muscle test the priority. If you know how to muscle test, you can do the same.

Some things to consider:  Ask, “Which will be the most beneficial to me in this category?” Then, Which will be the second most beneficial for me in this category?” and so on. Then for Step 2 ask, “Will this cause any side effects?” and for anything but doctor-prescribed drugs ask, “How many do I need to take per day?” And, “Do I need to take this in the morning? Noon? or Evening? With? or Without food?

 

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Gantt Charts: One type of graphing that helps me when there is a project that will take a long time (and sometimes healing takes a while) is the Gantt Chart. A Gantt chart is a graphical representation of the duration of tasks against the progressing of time. Gantt charts are useful for planning and scheduling projects and for monitoring the progress. So, on a Health Gantt Chart, you may want to list all the elements you are doing to further your health goals including lifestyle, diet, exercise, counseling, books to read and resource teams to build (or rechecks, doctor’s appointments, tentative dates to check progress, etc.) I think you’d like this technique. You can read more about it at: https://www.ganttchart.com/

Dr. Denice Moffat, Naturopath & Medical Intuitive
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