Weigh Your Priorities

Do you sometimes have firm determination to lose weight and then forget it all when you see brownies, or come home tired, or go out celebrating with friends? If so, it’s time to take out the scale and weight your priorities. What weights more: immediate desire or being slim and energetic? Which trumps: grabbing fast food, which is easier, or losing those extra pounds? Which tips the scale: forgetting your resolve to eat what you want, or staying on track and being slim and trim?

People who succeed with their goals constantly keep their goals in mind, find ways to reinforce their goals, and work with people who help them achieve their goals. If your effort is half-hearted, your results will be half-hearted. If you’re fired up to reach your goal, your resolve and determination will outweigh giving in to a passing whim.

How can you keep your slim and trim goal in the forefront of your awareness? Here are a few ways to get started…

  • Put post-its up at home and in your workplace with your ideal weight on them
  • Right before you fall asleep at night, visualize yourself the way you want to look, act, feel
  • Take ten deep breaths first before you give in to a desire 

 

If you want to succeed in living like a naturally slim person, please contact me at 317-445-4203. No obligation 15 minute ‘Free My Body’ chats are also available: go to  www.MakingWeightLossEasy.com

 Carol Crenshaw is a Weight Loss and EFT Expert, helping hundreds of people weed through all the weight loss myths and providing healthy, fast and freeing weight loss solutions.To find out more about Carol and the weight loss programs she offers, go to www.MakingWeightLossEasy.com

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