Imagine you’re on holiday.
You’ve ordered and paid for your meal.
The waiter says “Could I interest you in a fat pill?”
“A what?” you reply.
“A fat pill” he says “When you eat it, you’ll gain half a stone. And what’s more, we’ll give you £50 to take it”
I can’t imagine many people would.
But we willingly gain half a stone when on we’re on an all-inclusive holiday.
Not to gain money.
Not even to save it.
But to get ‘better value for it’.
“We may as well, it’s been paid for”.
As always, we don’t believe in lecturing.
In making people feel bad about their choices.
But we will put things infront of them that will help them question beliefs and thought process that will be holding them back.
If you wouldn’t take money to get fat, then why get fat to get better value for money?
If you still want to go nuts on an all-inclusive, that’s cool.
But with that justification removed, hopefully it’s less likely 🙂
Jon ‘Goes nuts on meat, veg, nuts, fruit, etc’ Hall and Matt ‘Just goes nuts’ Nicholson
P.S. I made it to the MMA thing last night. Twas fun 🙂