Posts Tagged ‘Desire To Lose Weight’

Do You Want to Be a Weight Loss Winner?

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

Anyone can be a weight-loss winner if they choose to. This is true whether we believe it or not. Becoming a weight-loss winner has to do with the level of desire we have to do it. If we don’t have the desire, then we won’t do what it takes to make it happen. If we don’t have the desire, then the sofa will look better than a walk. If we don’t have the desire, we can easily be swayed into eating bad things in large quantities. Do you have the desire to lose weight? If so, how strong is your desire? It is the strength of our desire that will determine our results. A strong desire will translate into big results. A weak desire will translate into no results. Therefore, if we want to lose weight, we need to have a strong desire to it.

How do we get a strong desire to lose weight? We find or develop a strong motivation to do it. Motivation is personal. Motivation is internal. Only you can develop your motivatation. Only you can crank yourself up to do it. No one can do it for you. I can help you find your motivation. However, I can’t give it to you. Therefore, if you want to lose weight for a lifetime, you need to develop lifetime motivation. You need to develop a motivation that hits you on an emotional level. This will give you the drive you need to succeed.

Becoming a weight-loss winner is achievable. You just need to develop the right motivation.

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Have a Strong Desire To Lose Weight

Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

To lose weight and keep it off, you have to have a strong desire to do it. You have to be willing to make a strong commitment to weight loss. One of the best things to do is to set a weight-loss goal that you can commit to.

Your goal should be the weight that you want to reach. You also need to set a timeframe for reaching that goal. In other words, your goal should be reachable and quantifiable. An example of a weight-loss goal can be. You want to lose 30 pounds by __/___/___date.

The best way to handle this goal is to break it up into smaller manageable goals or checkpoints along the way. This will ensure that you are on the right track.

Track your goals by using a weight-loss chart and watch the weight come off.

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