- No more " If's and buts "
- No more " I'll do it tommorow "
- No more negative body thoughts
- No more sitting and wishing for a thinner me
- No more any excuses !
Forget about past failures, the nay-sayers, and all the things that can hold you back. Set your priorities, believe in yourself and don’t let go of the truth for what you’ll need to do. The road is straight and true, sometimes you just need to go a little further.
Don’t wait. The time will never be just right!
You should never complain, complaining is a weak emotion, you got life, we breathing, we blessed. Surround yourself with angels. They never said winning was easy. Look at the sunset, life is amazing, life is beautiful. Life is what you make it, so let’s make it. Several things should be considered if you are gaining weight while watching calories and being physically active. More than likely, it’s a variety of things working together that have resulted in the weight gain.
There’s a huge emotional component to weight loss. Carnie Wilson
Losing weight requires consistent focus and psychological preparation. Without the proper mental resolve, your weight-loss efforts could deteriorate as you lose motivation or become apathetic toward your plan. If you are serious about losing weight and keeping it off successfully, you must take the time to psychologically prepare yourself for the experience.
Doing the best at this moment puts you in the best place for the next moment! Oprah Winfrey
Setting goals early is one of the most effective ways to maintain your long-term focus and hold yourself accountable for your diet. A realistic, long-term goal with smaller “milestone” goals in between will allow you to monitor your progress and consistently remember that you’re doing this for long-term results. For example, if your goal is to lose 12 pounds in six weeks, set a smaller goal of losing 2 pounds every week. Write your goals down somewhere you can see; having a tangibly written goal makes it seem more real and more significant in your mind.
Like most people, you probably have boxes of junk food somewhere in your house. When you commit to losing weight, it’s best to find them and throw them away. Compulsive overeating is often a result of “food triggers,” visual stimuli that tempt you to eat unhealthy foods in excessive quantities. In removing these food triggers from your house, you’ll be making a hard commitment to your weight-loss plan, and you’ll also be avoiding subtle temptations to overeat.
Think Long Term
While temporary diets are effective in promoting short-term weight loss, UCLA researchers in 2007 found that one-third to two-thirds of all dieters regain more weight than they initially lost. In order to successfully lose weight and keep it off, think about your plan in terms of lifestyle changes rather than temporary restrictions. Focus on sustainable choices you will make over the next several months and years, rather than restrictions you will impose over the next several days and weeks.
Select and Visualize Rewards
Planning occasional rewards is another way to increase your chances of weight-loss success. When you plan your goals, take the effort to outline small rewards for your milestone goals and a bigger reward for your final goal. Buying clothes in your goal size will be a physical reminder of your objectives and will keep you positive as you get incrementally closer to earning them. Tangible rewards also give you a reason to talk about your goals and success publicly, further encouraging
you to continue.
Success is largely a matter of holding on after others have let go!
- A year from now you may wish you had started today.
- The question isn’t who is going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me.
- Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day-in and day-out.
- I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have.
- If people did not do silly things, nothing intelligent would ever get done.
- Before anything else, preparation is the key to success.
Don’t ever play yourself.