Positive Women Are DOers, Not TALKers

If you know women who talk BIG but lack action, then you understand the statement, “Positive Women Are DOers, Not TALKers.”

Here’s a recent example – an illustration of my point:

I hear people talking about losing weight, what not to eat (the NOT word makes them crave it more), liposuction, diets, diet pills, tummy-tucks, brutal workout videos, sweating it up at the gym and not having time to go at lunchtime because they’ll have to shower and do their hair and makeup AGAIN. I totally understand how media has made these hot topics “trend” in our society by showing pictures of stick-thin, gorgeous models (who are really 15 yrs old) on magazine covers.

So, although many women say they are looking for the solution, most are just TALKers and not DOers.

Kirsten pants | Kelly Rudolph
Kirsten's ex-pants - Excellent example of a "Positive Woman DOer."


Here’s why I think that:

In the midst of conversations about health and diets, I posted (on Facebook, for thousands of people to see and share) the link to my story about how my favorite workout has kept me slim and healthy since the year 2000 (that’s over 12 years at this writing!). I told how it takes only 15-17 minutes per day, is fun, simple, effective and improved everything about my health because it has to do with using the power of oxygen to my advantage.


My posts ALWAYS get comments and most turn into powerful conversations, but not this one; not this one about a fun, simple, effective workout you can do ANYWHERE (I’ve done it on a sailboat), without sweating; the workout that I did to lose 18 lbs and 23 inches in 6 weeks; the workout my friend, Kirsten, did to lose 30 lbs and 34 inches in 10 months.

Now, I ask you… are the people who complain but don’t click or comment on a solution to their problem TALKers or DOers? Are TALKers positive women? NO.

Positive Women Are DOers, Not TALKers – No one can help the TALKers until they help themselves into being DOers.

If you are a Positive Woman DOer or are heading in that direction, tell me in a comment. I’m happy to have you with me!

If you are a DOer, you will undoubtedly want the link to the workout and testimonials. Here it is: Kelly’s 15 Minute Workout

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11 thoughts on “Positive Women Are DOers, Not TALKers”

  1. I’ve noticed this too, Kelly, and it always baffles me! I LOVE finding solutions to challenges and just figured everyone else would too. I’ve actually offered solutions to people in person and they act as if I didn’t say anything and go on with their complaints. ???

    1. I guess it shows us who people really are. I just don’t know if they realize it. Personal growth is challenging and many people avoid it at all costs, unfortunately. It’s REALLY fun when people want a solution and are happy to check out what we’ve found to work. It’s rewarding for us as well. It’s been fun watching Kirsten’s progress with the workout! Wow!!! She’s on FIRE. 🙂

      1. Dear Kelly,

        I have done Oxycise off and on for the past 10 years or 12 years…it helped me to lose about 50 lbs. I have 30 more to go. My goal is to lose 15 more this spring and summer! Thanks for reminding me how great it feels to Oxycise! I just downloaded their new Office Routine – 6 minutes! Woo-hoo! Congratulations to you and Kirsten for taking such good care of yourselves.

        1. Hi Jody! Thank you so much for visiting PWRblog. I’m excited to know you’ve been Oxycising as long as me. Woohoo! Congrats on the success and keep up the breathing and tightening. 🙂

  2. Hi Kelly, I don’t know about others but for me when I see a flashing advertisement saying “loose weight no sweat” I feel like it is too good to be true and then when there is a cost attached I wonder if it is a scam.
    Your website and posts are very trustworthy in my eyes but I would still need more positive proof before I brought something that sounds too easy and good to be true.
    That post ends up being a sales pitch don’t you think? so maybe that is what stopped people from commentin, especially if they have not seen it for themselves.
    I did get excited reading that post, I do want to know how and if it works for real but I have been burnt and ripped off before so I am very cautious now about what I spend my hard earned money on.
    Love what you are doing, I am now going to read your blog untill there is no more to read, I have even subscribed to your RSS feed. 🙂

    1. Thank you for your comment and feedback, Beverly. I see how that is one perspective as there are a LOT of scams out there. The post is for people who are looking for solutions and want a fun, inexpensive, quick, healthy workout each day. The intention IS to sell women on the idea since it has been proven by me and thousands of others to work brilliantly. The “too good to be true” thing does factor in especially since many of us have been burned. I go with my gut feeling and it always leads me the right way. When I bought Oxycise in 2000, I was not looking to lose weight but just tone up. I didn’t think I HAD any weight to lose so it was just an extra benefit. 🙂 I get what you’re saying and truly appreciate it. It helps clarify for me. Thank you!

  3. Hey Kelly,

    Been doing Level One Oxycise each day. I’ve been switching between Aubrey and Jill and love both versions. Well, my hair and nails have grown very quickly and my skin looks a whole lot better. Wow! I am not overweight. Just want to feel good and tone up and I find Oxycise is a positive and effective thing to do for my health. Love your website and read your blogs for encouragement. You look amazing and have inspired me so much!

    All the best, Angie Cameron

    1. Congratulations, Angie!!! I’m so excited for your progress and stick-to-it-ness. Woohoo!

      Thank you VERY much for your wonderful comments. I appreciate you and am so glad to inspire! 🙂

      You are an excellent example of a Positive Woman DOer!

      Angie, you also bring up VERY good points about the other things Oxycise does for our health. How great to get hair, nail and skin benefits while staying in great shape! Thank you for sharing and inspiring other positive women.

      You ROCK!

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