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Tip of the Day - A win-win for everyone

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

A win-win for everyone

It's true that for the most part losing weight is a solo pursuit. But, it's also true that your new habits will impact the people around you. And that's a great thing!

Think about it, you can be an inspiration and motivating force for those that see your progress. If you're a parent, know that you are setting a wonderful example for your family. If you're a member of a group with the common goal of losing weight and fitness, realize that your progress is the momentum that fuels everyone's success.

Sometimes knowing the impact you're having as you lose weight can be the difference between sticking with your goals in the long run, and giving up when the going gets rough.

Here's the truth, when you lose weight, it's a win-win for everyone!
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  • WORKINGOUT12
    It is a win-win situation and the sooner we get fit and healthy, the better we are for everyone.
    3303 days ago
  • LILSHINE
    True so true!
    3304 days ago
  • DENI47
    I agree! And, if you have children or grandchildren, being healthy is even MORE important!
    3304 days ago
  • _MAOMAO_
    Thank you for another fantastic blog! We're not alone in the world, even when we feel alone and unique. A very old Chinese medical text, specified that those who are healthy should teach those who are not healthy. Sigh, I'm here to get that healthy.
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    3304 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/30/2009 1:34:00 AM
  • LINWENTZ
    Great Blog! And you are so right. When you lose weight--you DO inspire those around you that it CAN be done. Setting a good example--along with a healthier you--are things that everyone benefits from. It IS win-win for everyone...and that's a good thing! emoticon
    3304 days ago
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