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Tip of the Day - Change your mind and your body will follow

Wednesday, October 07, 2009

Tip of the Day - Change your mind and your body will follow

What’s the best way to stick to your weight loss goals? Different things work for different people. One way is to set mini-goals, and when you reach them, reward yourself. Or write down daily reminders of what you need to do to stay true to your program.

Those are all great ways to keep your progress moving forward, but the real key to finding success comes from your head. Without the right mindset in place, it can be extremely difficult to keep motivated. Sure, mini-goals are great, and rewards will work to some degree. But it’s an entire mind change that makes the absolute difference.

You must envision success. You must really want it! This is what is going to fuel your stamina to make it happen. Without it, you’ll always lean toward weakness. So remember, most of your success starts in your head. Make the change there and your body will certainly oblige.

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SJACQUITA 10/7/2009 1:31PM

    Amen!!! Very valuable information. Thanks for sharing. Peace and blessings, Kita

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_MAOMAO_ 10/7/2009 1:13AM

  One expert says that personal finance is 20 percent head knowledge and 80 percent behavior. Sigh, the same applies here. You are so right. I'm gonna have to kick myself in the butt early in the day tomorrow to remind myself.
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HOLLZ13 10/7/2009 12:32AM

    soo true, well said....:)

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L-OSTER8 10/7/2009 12:29AM

  I think that you are absolutely right . . . now all I need to do is push myself more!

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