Secrets of Success

Progress, Not Perfection

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Remember, two steps forward and one step back is still one step forward. As long as you keep moving forward, you're winning. No one is perfect -- forgive yourself, learn from your experience, and soldier onward.
Progress, not perfection!

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  • wow, i never really thought of it this way! i always get so down on myself when i get off track but i forget the fact that i'm lighter and healthier than i was before i started sparkpeople. thanks for the new perspective! emoticon - by BGOODY7
  • Hmm - by SOLITARY65
  • BOSSYB
    This week I started using the food tracker. I realise that I have adjustments to make. But I have taken the first step in tracking what I eat to help me make better choices. - by BOSSYB
  • This spoke directly to me. My biggest downfall is giving up when what I was doing wasn't perfect. - by IJUSWANNABOK
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  • good - by ZRIE014
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  • Thanks! I needed that! - by JRBASKIND
  • CTHCTH1
    I use this slogan in another context but never thought of applying it with exercise or weight loss and all it's attendant things. Thanks for the idea, I'll use it. emoticon - by CTHCTH1
  • CTHCTH1
    I use this slogan in another context but never thought of applying it with exercise or weight loss and all it's attendant things. Thanks for the idea, I'll use it. emoticon - by CTHCTH1
  • I love your attitude! emoticon - by GEMINI52
  • So true. - by GEEKSMEGGLY

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