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Starting Small is No Bull

Start Slow for BIG Results

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25%GONE

9/7/2008 8:02:03 PM

It's true. I started a learn to run program and I started too fast. I had to stop two weeks in and wait a couple of weeks for my calves to stop being sore before I could re-start.

MOV4WARD

8/30/2008 2:26:38 PM

I love this concept ~ love Fast Break kinds of goals ~ have done fast break again several times, it's a gr8 way to refocus, get started again or get started in a new direction or dream :)

KYLEES75

8/21/2008 2:21:06 AM

i love this, definitly starting small has its benefits. im gonna print this out and put it on my fridge or somewhere where ill remember thanks

STRUCK67

6/18/2008 9:30:48 AM

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I like this.. I'm starting small...... Thanks

BUNNY_BEE25

5/6/2008 2:24:40 PM

I've learned to celebrate the small accomplishments. If you don't you'll get so discouraged and give up and I have many times. Always appreciate the smallest accomplishments ex. 5lb's lost.

CECILIAMM

4/17/2008 11:23:04 AM

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I'm printing this list out and taping it to my bathroom mirror, my computer screen, my dashboard in my car, my refrigerator... just to remind me to try to take these baby steps every day. Thanks for a great article!

CHWEETY

3/24/2008 10:28:37 PM

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I just need to read this article every single day to remind myself that it is always day one!

JFBRAD56

3/13/2008 3:39:27 PM

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I love the analogy. This is a great reminder to take it slow and enjoy the journey!

FIDDLER4JESUS

3/12/2008 12:14:17 PM

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Thanks for this article,never thought to relate this to the bulls. I enjoy all your articles,by the way.,Sally

ABBIEUNSTUCK

2/17/2008 2:55:48 PM

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I love the running of the bulls analogy! I've been "trampled" so many times! This article helps to put things in perspective. Thanks!

NANASTRAN

2/9/2008 9:55:52 PM

This is excellent advice and very helpful in getting started.

LORI721

2/9/2008 2:17:03 PM

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Thank you, for this article. I really will follow the easy steps first, success has always been a not fast enough deal for me. I am one of those people that would love to have everything that I work hard for yesterday. This thinking needs to be adjusted for me and your article has given me the tools to do so. Thank You, Lori721

REDCHICK5

1/31/2008 7:12:57 AM

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I'm off to add some of these to my feb goals! Thanks spark!! :)

MINI-ME2BE

1/27/2008 2:50:03 PM

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Thanks, it's exactly what I needed to read today. I expected MUCH better results this weigh-in (my 2nd-to3rd week with SP but lost no weight.-despite my efforts.....this just makes me want to work harder. Self pity yesterday, kick butt today.

CTPUGGY

1/27/2008 10:56:42 AM

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starting off slow is less intimidating and makes it easier to actually get started on a plan.

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