5 STEPS to Improve Your Habits and Attitudes

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Let’s tap into your Visual and Kinesthetic learning
centers to anchor those all-important Habits and Attitudes

Try our calendar….it takes less than 2 minutes a day.

It's the physical act of shading in your STEPS and the Visual image
of seeing your progress that anchor those better habits and attitudes.

If you want to add some daily notes... Try our Weekly Journal

"Not everyone gets motivated by reading or listening"

My 5 STEPS Program is a unique personal development and
accountability program to improve your habits and attitudes

Here’s a brief overview of each step.

You Reap what You Sow!

Do you replay and dwell on too much negative self-talk? Do you need to feed your mind with more positive, uplifting words of encouragement?

Everyone has worries, fears and anxieties... the goal is to add some more positive self-talk into your internal dialogue to encourage and inspire you.

If you think you can or think you can’t – you’re right! We simply want to help you start feeding your mind better thoughts!

You Reap what You Sow!

Do you replay and dwell on too much negative self-talk? Do you need to feed your mind with more positive, uplifting words of encouragement?

Everyone has worries, fears and anxieties... the goal is to add some more positive self-talk into your internal dialogue to encourage and inspire you.

If you think you can or think you can’t – you’re right! We simply want to help you start feeding your mind better thoughts!

Your subconscious mind will feed on whatever you feed it!

Did I fall asleep with the remote in my hand? Or worse, fall asleep thinking about tomorrow’s headaches, worries and fears?

You know it’s Not Good to feed your body junky food before bedtime, so why would you FEED Your MIND fearful, worrisome thoughts before bed?

You spend a third of your life asleep, wouldn’t it be better to focus that time onto something more positive, instead of negative and destructive?

Garbage In – Garbage Out!

The goal is to eat better – not perfect. We’re not counting calories, fats, carbs or grams of food. Or if it was processed, packaged or organic!

For a lot of people Eating right means No junk food, sweets, desserts, candies or a second serving. You get to decide what kind of diet you want to follow.

The goal is to have more good meals than bad. If you are looking to improve your level of health and wellness – you have to learn to Eat Right!

Garbage In – Garbage Out!

The goal is to eat better – not perfect. We’re not counting calories, fats, carbs or grams of food. Or if it was processed, packaged or organic!

For a lot of people Eating right means No junk food, sweets, desserts, candies or a second serving. You get to decide what kind of diet you want to follow.

The goal is to have more good meals than bad. If you are looking to improve your level of health and wellness – you have to learn to Eat Right!

Did I do any physical exercise or activities today?

It doesn’t matter if it was low or high intensity. Aerobic or anaerobic exercise? Short or a long workout? Did you move your body today?

If you’re looking to lose weight, get in better shape, improve your level of fitness, you need to add physical exercise or activities to your day?

Gardening, walking the dog, mowing the yard, shooting hoops with the kids could all be considered exercise! The key is to physically move your body!

To Neglect your Spirit is like missing a meal – it leaves you empty.

Your spiritual muscles are like your physical muscles! You can’t exercise once a week and expect to be physically strong.

Nor does being born into a certain religious belief guarantee any spiritual strength. You have to put forth the effort as we are all at a different spiritual starting point.

There are several ways to work your spiritual muscles besides going to service. You can read... read history, listen to podcasts and shows, fellowship and of course serve.

To Neglect your Spirit is like missing a meal – it leaves you empty.

Your spiritual muscles are like your physical muscles! You can’t exercise once a week and expect to be physically strong.

Nor does being born into a certain religious belief guarantee any spiritual strength. You have to put forth the effort as we are all at a different spiritual starting point.

There are several ways to work your spiritual muscles besides going to service. You can read... read history, listen to podcasts and shows, fellowship and of course serve.

"It's Feedback and Accountability!"

5 STEPS a Day is a unique personal development and accountability
program that helps you track how you feed your body, mind and spirit.


  • Track Your STEPS with our monthly calendar, weekly journal
  • It's the Feedback and Accountability you want!
  • We're focusing on your most important habits and attitudes.

If you’re looking to

  • Improve your level of health and fitness
  • Strengthen Your personal and professional relationships
  • Develop or Expand Your Spiritual Walk

Here’s 5 STEPS that can help you

“motivation will get you started, but it’s habit that keeps you going” Jim Rohn

Your Habits and Attitudes are your personal auto-pilot!

Have you programmed them to help or hinder you?

  • Brushing your teeth, flossing, taking your vitamins are good habits.
  • Hours of social media, gaming and television aren’t so good.
  • Negative self-talk and doubt doesn’t helping you!
  • Developing your Self-confidence and Belief in Yourself does!

Track Your Habits and Attitudes

for Personal Development and Growth

How to Use My 5 STEPS Program




REVIEWS

It’s an easy to follow blueprint that will enable you to track and measure your progress, while making it easier to accomplish what matters most.

Craig Sabin Executive Business Coach

The 5 STEPS are straightforward. Simple to understand and digest!

Stephen N. Financial Advisor
Five STEPS a Day - An accountability program to help track and change Your Habits and Attitudes

About Dr. Len Lopez

Dr. Len is a nutrition and fitness expert, as well as, inventor. For over 25 years he has preached Eat Right – Train Smart for better health and fitness. He has also been an avid student of personal development and believes, if you are what you eat and what you think – you get to decide what goes in your proverbial pantry for your body, mind and spirit.

About Dr. Len Lopez

Dr. Len is a nutrition and fitness expert, as well as, inventor. For over 25 years he has preached Eat Right – Train Smart for better health and fitness. He has also been an avid student of personal development and believes, if you are what you eat and what you think – you get to decide what goes in your proverbial pantry for your body, mind and spirit.

Five STEPS a Day - An accountability program to help track and change Your Habits and Attitudes


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