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Attack Fear Head On

The more overwhelming a challenge feels, the stronger I have attacked it recently. This has made a huge difference in my success and my self-confidence.

- Submitted by SPARKENISTA 11/28/2010 in Motivation | 3 Comments
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Maximizing Coach Dean's Wisdom with In-Depth Journaling

I printed out The 10 Secrets of Success Mind Over Body Series that was re-issued this month. I bought a notebook for journaling. emoticon emoticon

- Submitted by SPARKENISTA 5/11/2010 in Motivation | 1 Comment
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Pre-Planning for Optimal Weight Loss & Nutrition Success

I had difficulty planning my meals in advance. I now track them one day in advance instead of a week or more.This compromise has made a huge difference in my weight loss.
I always feared feeling "trapped" into eating what I had planned rather than what I wanted. Instead, the structure is helpful.

- Submitted by SPARKENISTA 4/10/2010 in Weight Loss | 4 Comments
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Double up on the Veggies

When preparing lunch or dinner I now prepare two non-starchy veggies--like cauliflower & broccoli as well as my protein and carb. This not only adds to my nutrition and fiber but is more filling and prevents over-eating on more fattening foods. emoticon

- Submitted by SPARKENISTA 4/10/2010 in Weight Loss | 1 Comment
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Scheduling Success: "Pointing" your way to big wins

Make a list of the tasks you have to do and assign them a point value. Aim for a given number of points/day to be aware of your productivity. When you reach or surpass your point goal give yourself a reward. Assign a greater point value to difficult or boring tasks. Compete with yourself for fun

- Submitted by SPARKENISTA 3/25/2010 in Everything Else | 0 Comments
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