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10 Secrets to Success

What is it that makes people successful and I mean really successful compared to you or me? Are they smarter or do they work harder? Are they risk takers or have powerful and influential friends?- pandadress.com

- Submitted by PANDADRESS 10/18/2013 in Staying Positive | 2 Comments
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Educate yourself

Here are some books I recommend. Even if they aren't specific to your goals, they contain excellent information about what it takes to lose weight.

1. Weight Watchers' Coach Approach
2. Weight Watcher's "Weight Stages: Successfully Manage your Weight through Life's Ups and Downs"
3. Jillian Michaels' "Master your Metabolism"
4. Jillian Michaels' "Making the Cut"
5. Jillian Michaels' "Winning by Losing"

- Submitted by COPE782 5/20/2011 in Weight Loss | 2 Comments
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Opposite

Never Stop Learning.

- Submitted by RL4DFY 3/6/2011 in Staying Healthy | 4 Comments
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Exploring SparkPeople.com through SparkPoints

When I started last week on SparkPeople.com, the site had SO much information it seemed overwhelming. But using the SparksPoints page helped me explore the wealth of resources here, and have fun gaining points in the process!

- Submitted by MRSMAPLEVT 5/3/2010 in Getting Started | 9 Comments
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Opening Receptions = FREE Food, Fun, and Learning - Just Get Out There & FInd It

We love going to opening receptions for art exhibitions. There is always food--usually healthy stuff like veggies, fruit, and cheeses and sometimes wine (stay away from the soda and junk). Dinner, entertainment, social interaction, and learning and seeing new stuff. It is a win on all levels!

- Submitted by SAVANNAHJESSICA 4/27/2010 in Saving Money | 1 Comment
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Education Acceleration!

Are you a student? Do you want to retain more information when you study? Do you multitask, or would you like to? Try this tip on for size!

- Submitted by RMEMECH 4/23/2010 in Everything Else | 0 Comments
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Don't give up!

If you aren't seeing results from a change in diet or exercise or you have a day when you eat too much, don't' give up! View your setback a temporary and as an learning opportunity to see what you need to do to get back on track.

- Submitted by POETCHIK 4/11/2010 in Weight Loss | 0 Comments
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Less is more!

When you first get started on your weight loss journey, remember, less if more! For most of us, the weight won't melt off during the night (but boy do I wish it would!). Take your time and really learn to build solid, healthy habbits for life. Rather than using every trick in the book on day 1...

- Submitted by FIT4BRIT 4/4/2010 in Staying Healthy | 0 Comments
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Push the reset button

Bad day? Blow your calories? No problem. You can push the reset button anytime. If I've gone off track, whether it's for a month or a meal, I literally stop, take a moment to breathe deeply, and imagine myself pushing a giant RESET button. The image lets me release what I've done and move forward.

- Submitted by STRAY_CAT 4/2/2010 in Getting Back On Track | 25 Comments
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Perfection is overrated

Setbacks and mistakes are a very important part of living and growing. It's one of the most effective ways we learn. Don't dwell on them. Briefly study what went wrong, and move on, tweaking things a little to find your next good groove.

- Submitted by BETANIKNITS 3/26/2010 in Motivation | 0 Comments
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