As mentioned yesterday, motivating others is going to happen because of the changes you have been making. Now is the time to write your story. People are going to ask you how you did it, what motivated you, etc. You need to have your story ready. It needs to be like an elevator pitch–short and sweet and to the point. Everyone needs to have a story behind their journey.
What is your story? For me the story is still being written, but the idea behind it sticks.
After having back surgery I gained a lot of weight. I found a group accountability system and discovered that I have a passion for helping others find the right path to being fit. I have failed more than succeeded, but through all of that failure I have acquired a vast amount of knowledge. The reason for my failures was not my knowledge, but how I allowed life to get in the way. My biggest motivator now is my children. I want to be healthy. I want them to be proud of me. The way my body was, they couldn't possibly be as proud of me as they should be. I now have a goal to step on the bodybuilding stage on Memorial Day 2017. I plan to be in the absolute most amazing shape of my life. I am also planning to turn this into my life's work–steering others to the reputable few who can help them reach their fitness goals.