If you truly want to lose weight and keep it off, you have to develop simple and easy to implement steps and that fit your lifestyle and your eating pattern. Whether you want to lose weight because of a medical condition like high blood pressure, diabetics, gout, COPD or arthritis, you have to begin taking control over your daily action.
Despite the struggle to find time to exercise or acquire the taste for more healthy food, you can overcome the challenge of relentless weight loss by taking greater control over your life and time. Why is this important? Those with control over their lives and their time are able to take action on a consistent basis. Consistent action will lead to consistent results.
Though time is hard to manage, we have to remember that we all have 24 hours a day. The more you become action oriented the more you will be better able to gain greater control of your time. If you have only 5 minutes to exercise, do it. Don't postpone it for TV or banter.
Take daily positive action, because unless you change your behavior your weight loss plans will remain an unfulfilled dream. Considering all the success, you have already had in all other aspects of your life, it is obvious that you can lose weight if you put your mind to it. Begin by the visualization of the outcome you desire. See yourself losing 40 pounds in 6 months and imagine all the benefits that would come with it. You may find yourself requiring less medication to control in high-blood pressure and other related medical conditions. You may be able to take longer walks without a cart when you play golf or simply find yourself more energetic when playfully hanging out with your friends or family.
While visualization is helpful, setting deadlines in terms of daily action will help you to lose weight and keep it off. You have to remember that consistent change in your behavior is the key to real and sustainable change. Decide on onw method and approach to weight loss and stick it. Of course I strongly recommend the relentless weight loss program, because I know it is an easy and effective way to lose weight without making too many lifestyle changes.
One key to taking consistent action is knowing your desired outcome and the steps you need to take to achieve your desired weight loss goals. It’s not easy to take action if you don’t know what you’re attempting to accomplish. Be clear on your intention. Take the time to determine what you want to accomplish. Where do you see yourself in 6-10 months in terms of your weight and your health? What actions can you take today to move in that direction? this part of the process of relentless self -mastery.
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