Us humans are very good at forming opinions on things with relatively little information.

I know this both from being a human myself for approaching 44 years.

And for helping people make changes to their lives for over 20 years.

We decide on something and form an opinion with what, if we really looked at it, is only a fraction of the info we probably should have to make that decision.

Can we really say “I can’t seem to lose weight no matter what I try”……………

When we don’t know for sure if we’ve been in a sustained, confirmed, significant calorie deficit for several months straight?

Can we really say meditation “doesn’t work” for us……………

If we’ve tried it for a total of 5 to 10 minutes out of the last million or two?

Can we really say we’re “too busy” to do something…………………

If we don’t have accurate data on how we’ve assigned the 10,080 minutes in the week?

Can we really say it’s not worth doing one workout per week…………….

When we haven’t checked the research on that and / or tried to consistently do one workout a week ourselves for a lengthy period of time ?

Can we really say finishing the Learn tab on our app, reading these blogs and watching the videos and replying to messages wouldn’t make a significant difference to our results………………

If we haven’t done that, again, for a sustained period of time?

Can we really say that our RISE Together Programme is “expensive”…………..

If we haven’t actually done anything with it or, at most, joined and done a few Sessions but none of the other stuff that comes with it?

———— If you want to find out if it’s a great investment, the only way is to give it a go. Do the 4 weeks and didn’t think it was awesome then you can have your money back –> ————–

In all of the above situations, we’re making decisions and forming opinions based on very minimal actual information.

How would we really know that was the case unless we’d got enough info?

If you thought any of these things above and don’t have all that information, then maybe it’s worth getting it.

Much love ,

Jon ‘No no limit’ Hall


RISE in Macclesfield was established in 2012 and specialise in Group Personal Training weight loss programmes for those that don’t like the gym and find diets boring and restrictive!

Jon Hall
Jon Hall

When not helping people to transform their lives and bodies, Jon can usually be found either playing with his kids or taxi-ing them around. If you'd like to find out more about what we do at RISE then enter your details in the box to the right or bottom of this page or at - this is the same way every single one of the hundreds who've described this as "one of the best decisions I've ever made" took their first step.