The Biggest Challenge of MY Life

Sarah Centrella

Author | Life Coach | Motivational Speaker and single mama. I'm a chick on a mission to prove anything is possible for ANYONE. My story featured in the New York Times, Steve Harvey Show and NBC.

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7 Responses

  1. Ada de Alkar says:

    Hi Sarah, I like very much this article. It seems you´re scared but you don´t have to. I´m sure you´re not. You´ll get it because you´re strong and because you´ll feel really good seeing you looking much better, feeling healthier. I like play sports. I do daily gymnastics at home and weekly swimming. I´m lucky…I ever was skinny but my body thanks to me sport, walking, taichi, meditation…I mean anything to make it feel healthy. So trust him (your trainer) and enjoy yourself , all your cells in your body are gonna thank you so much. Ask – Believe – Receive…tha´ts my daily work too, my biggest challenge is to find the vibrational tone to attract the life I want to live. So go ahead, we deserve success, we are nice girls…thanks to write for us…;-)

  2. Stephany says:

    Sarah, you can do it. I believe in you and keeping off 35lbs for 2 years thats alot. I can barely keep off a few pounds. Lol But I honestly think you look amazing the way you are your a beautiful woman.

  3. Jim says:

    What is your “arrangement” with your trainer?

  4. Well Jim/James, I’ve removed your other comments to this question because
    1. To be blunt it’s really not your business. I would of outlined in the post if it was something that I was “advertising” but it’s between his professional orginization/company and me.
    2. I dont like your continued implications otherwise, I feel it’s inapproporate and didn’t warrent a response. But since this is the 3rd time you’ve posted the question, I will address it. I am documenting my transofrmation and giving him credit where credit is due. Rather then working with him and saying I did all this alone, I know I cant do it alone so he deserves to take the credit. Hope that addresses your concerns. And I do not know him outside of our trainer/client relationship, met him for the first time at orentation.
    Does that answer your question?

  5. Marty Morand says:

    Good job, and good luck! Taking that first step is important, but that’s just the beginning. You still have a long journey and a lot of work to do.

    From the looks of it, you have a wonderful trainer who will be there for you. Here’s to hoping for your success! Cheers!

  6. Tanya M says:

    Sounds like it wasn’t the best plan, he should have listened to you. But either way good job and keep it up.

  7. sam says:

    wow! Sarah your challenge essay sounds good to me i hope you can continue further

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