The first step to a big change

The 5 drivers of Wellbeing

Where do you want to be tomorrow? Where do you want to be the day after? If Gateway is about one thing, it’s about answers that work just for you, because day by day, they adapt around the realities of your life and your priorities.

Just choose one thing. The key to success is making the right start. Do this, and choosing the right tools and techniques is easy and measuring progress rewarding.

Fitness

Our bodies were designed to move

Living an active life is not about turning yourself into a top athlete. It means exercising within your means: taking the opportunity to stand, stretch and walk whenever you can, as well as regularly doing an exercise that gets you out of breath. Even small changes to your everyday life can make a big difference.

Add any tool to your tool box by either going to the tool and click ‘add to toolbox’ or go to My Tools and drag and drop a tool into the toolbox.

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Nutrition

It’s how we eat, not just what...

In the selection of tools you’ll find a range of aids designed to help you think about what you eat and, as a result, make choices that are right for you. There is no need to try to change everything or restrict yourself too much. Consistently making small steps makes all the difference.

Most of these tools have been designed to make you be more mindful of what you eat, and to keep gently reminding you of your overall goals. We want to take away the burden of having to remember how well you are doing day to day (the mind can play tricks on us negatively and positively) and see your progress as an effort over several weeks.

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Lifestyle

Getting a good work-life balance

In the selection of tools you’ll find a range of aids designed to help you think about what you eat and, as a result, make choices that are right for you. There is no need to try to change everything or restrict yourself too much. Consistently making small steps makes all the difference.

Most of these tools have been designed to make you be more mindful of what you eat, and to keep gently reminding you of your overall goals. We want to take away the burden of having to remember how well you are doing day to day (the mind can play tricks on us negatively and positively) and see your progress as an effort over several weeks.

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Mindset

We’re all experts at coming up with good ideas...

Even though we think we may know how to achieve something, we have doubts about whether we really can succeed. Understanding ourselves, our assumptions and how we think can help. And the best way to do that is with a plan.

Setting yourself a plan
The secret is to set yourself reasonable goals that give your ambitions a structure and that you can easily achieve.
A plan is a way of making your good intentions some substance. Where are you going to do it? When? How often? And so on.

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