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2/19/08 8:29 P

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Yes I use to think I had to lose all my weight quickly. I now realize the same steps, goals you make will help you keep the weight off for good.
Thanks Lisa for posting.

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2/19/08 3:06 P

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Thanks Lisa! It's the philosophy I use to get through the day, baby steps become toddler running and it only get's faster from there!

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When coming in last is really a VICTORY!
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2/19/08 1:08 P

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I just love Zig too Lisa!
That article is so good, it breaks it down and makes it"simple" I really like the idea ! One day at a time! Just a little more off and it all adds up!!!
Makes it seem very do-able!
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2/19/08 9:50 A

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It is absolutly the small choices that we make daily that make the difference. I have lost weight many times and put it back on again. This time it has come off slowly and hopefully I am establishing a life time pattern that will be permanent!

do it!!


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2/19/08 9:09 A

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I love Zig! Sometimes is the simplest ideas that make the most sense!
Make it a powerful day!
See you at the top!
Lisa

Little Things Make a Big Difference
by Zig Ziglar

There's an old saying that "by the mile it's a trial, and by the inch it's a cinch." The reason the saying is old is because it's good, it's valid. If it were not, it would be dead and buried. For 24 years of my adult life, by choice I weighed well over 200 pounds. I say "by choice" because I have never "accidentally" eaten anything, so when I choose to eat too much, I have chosen to weigh too much. Every choice has an end result.

Twenty-two years ago I decided to do something about my weight and physical condition, so I got on an exercise and sensible eating program. Until then my idea of exercise was to fill the tub, take a bath, pull the plug and fight the current - and I know you'll agree that's not much of an exercise program! It took me 10 months to lose the 37 pounds I needed to lose. During that period of time I also wrote my first book, See You At The Top. It is 384 pages long and was the eighth best-selling hardback of the '80s.

Let's explore what I just said. Losing 37 pounds in 10 months meant that I lost an average of 1.9 ounces per day. Writing a 384-page book in 10 months meant that I wrote an average of 1 1/4 pages per day. You raise positive kids in a negative world, build a beautiful relationship with your mate, become a top-performing student, a world-class salesperson, or a top executive or educator not by a few mammoth leaps but by the daily, disciplined application of doing something every day to reach your objectives in life.

Buy that idea, take that approach, and I will SEE YOU AT THE TOP!
Zig Ziglar



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