An Action Plan For Weight Loss This Year – Part 7

Month 9:  September – Nutrition

September, back to nutrition. Ok, how much crap is still left in your diet? Yes, I’m back on this topic again. I’m serious how many things do you still consume that are unhealthy, or processed?

But William, we’ve done this before. I know, but your journey to health, requires change, and that change requires you to uncover all the little things that aren’t healthy. I realise that you have already removed 16 items from your diet and those 16 things should have constituted the bulk of the unhealthy products you consume.

Look again, analyse and review all your diet, from sun up to sun down. What else could do with improvement? Do you make things more tasty with dressing? Reduce it or better replace it with something better.

Are you still eating bread or wheat products? How about milk? I’ll leave you to decide what to do, but you should realise the health ramifications of these foods. Research into it. These are only suggestions.

Maybe you don’t like drinking water, because of the taste. Maybe reduce what you are drinking and start to have more water. Chilling water, makes it easier to drink, or you could filter it. You’d be surprised how much better water tastes after filtering. I know these are fluids and I said ‘food’, but realistically if you’ve followed my instructions so far, there might not be to many things to remove from your diet.

So take your time, review your diet and what you’re consuming. Do some research. It’s your health. It’s your life. Try to eliminate or change at least another 4 things, aim for 8, but if you can do 4, that’s 20 things you’ve removed from your previously unhealthy ways.

The second thing I want you to do this month, is to change your hypnosis. You decide what the theme will be. Maybe there is a specific problem you’re dealing with or been putting off. Maybe there’s something you would like to do, like a goal, but you’re too scared to do it. Well use this hypnosis to propel you forward in a direction of your choosing.

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30 days of September:  Train every day either cardio or strength, hypnosis (new) each day, control food portions, aware and modify your self talk, don’t lapse on 16 processed foods, fast 1 day per week, find 4- 8 more processed / unhealthy foods/drinks to remove.

You owe it to yourself, to be healthy, to be fit, to live life.
Thanks for reading,
William…
“Live Life!”

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An Action Plan For Weight Loss This Year – Part 6

Month 8:  August – Fasting

Fasting? Yes this month I want you to start fasting just 1 day per week. Yes fasting! No, I didn’t say starve yourself.

Fasting is a willing abstinence or reduction from some or all food, drink or both, for a period of time.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fasting

Now when I refer to fasting, I am referring to only the reduction of food for a certain time.

Me personally, I’ve been fasting every Sunday for years. Maybe 15 years, I’m uncertain, so don’t be holding me to the exact figure. I started with just 1 day per week and now do 2 days per week, but non-consecutive days, on Wednesday and Sunday.

Now I still eat but at a very reduced level. I basically have 2 very small meals across the day, 1 in the morning and 1 in the early evening. Both of these small meals added together would add up to roughly 20-25% of my usual daily intake.

Yes that’s all guess work, I haven’t been analysing sizes, weights and calorie amounts.

I started with 1 usual meal cut it in 2 and used that a guide to begin with. Then as I got more used to this reduced eating fasting method, I cut down further.

My usual eating pattern for non-fasting days is now 2 main meals, the first at 10 am and the second 3 pm. I also eat 3 health snacks throughout the day, the first at 6 am when I rise, the second at 1230 pm, and the third at 8pm in the evening.

On fasting days, I eat only at 10 am and 4 pm.  Each of these meals are about half the usual main meal size.

Now that is me, that’s me for my situation, and I’ve been performing this routine for about 8-10 years. As I said earlier, it may have been a bit longer or a bit shorter, I just can’t recall. I tried and it works for me.

Your situation will be different, how? I don’t know you or your situation. Only you do and you will be the best judge for that situation.

PLEASE NOTE: If you have current medical health conditions please consult your GP, before starting any sought of dietary changes, like fasting. It’s great you’re trying new things, but don’t put your health or safety at risk, please consult your GP first.

My suggestion is to choose one day per week, please realise that you will still be doing your cardio or strength training on that day. I would suggest a cardio day and take it lightly. Slow down, ease off the intensity.

So choose one day per week, and for the first week just cut back 1 meal. That’s it. Maybe have breakfast later and have dinner earlier. It’s only a suggestion. Find a solution that works for you.

Week 2:  maybe cut back just 10% of the normal size of your meals.

Week 3:  maybe cut back another 10% of your normal meal size.

Week 4:  maybe cut back a further 10% of your normal meal size.

So after 4 weeks, you will only be eating 2 meals, that are now only 70% of their regular size.

I realise that this is no ground breaking record in the world of fasting. But to you, if you’ve never fasted before, this will be a major achievement. Think about all the other achievements you’ve attained this year, training cardio or strength each day, cutting out the unhealthiest parts of your diet, controlled the portions of your food, changed your self-talk and created new ways of thinking with hypnosis. That’s an amazing amount, and the year hasn’t even finished.

31 days of August:   Train every day either cardio or strength,  hypnosis each day, control food portions, aware and modify your self talk, don’t lapse on 16 processed foods, fast 1 day per week.

 

You owe it to yourself, to be healthy, to be fit, to live life.
Thanks for reading,
William…
“Live Life!”

 

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An Action Plan For Weight Loss This Year – Part 5

Month 6:  June – Nutrition

June, we return to ‘nutrition’. Remember February? That’s right you removed 8 processed products from your dietary intake. You haven’t eaten any of those foods since February right? If you have, hopefully it was only on an occasion or two as a treat. Anyway this month, I want you to return to that same format of removing 2 new processed foods from your diet per week. Yes, another 8 unhealthy foods removed from your diet this month. Easy? Can you find any? I’m sure you can.

So just remove 2 processed foods each week for the 4 weeks of June. Your lifestyle is changing rapidly over this year. So far you’ve been doing cardio everyday, removed crap from your diet, using hypnosis, controlled your eating and improved your self talk. That’s amazing considering your only 6 months into this year.

30 Days of June:  60 minutes of cardio everyday, hypnosis session each day, control your food portions, aware and modifying your self talk and now removed 16 processed unhealthy foods from your diet.

 

Month 7:  July – Strength Training

If you’ve made it this far you should be proud, you’ve completed 6 months of life changing habitual behaviour. How are you feeling, better? Have you been taking photos of yourself each month? Please do, they aren’t for anyone else, they are for you to see how much you have improved from the outside. But the biggest changes, will be the changes from the inside. The new behaviours, the habits, the improved mindset, and these are the best improvements.

This month, I want you to start ‘strength training’. Yes, strength training. What? How? When? Who me? Yes you! Now here is the challenge. I want you to research various methods and employ just one method by end of month.

What methods are there? Well you could go to a gym and lift weights, like machine weights or dumbbells and barbells. Or follow a barbell class at the gym. Maybe you’ll do calisthenics, bodyweight exercises like push ups, sit ups and lunges. Or possibly even kettlebells. Don’t worry if you don’t know what a kettlebell is.

The point is to start to do strength work. How much? Start with 1 session per week, replacing that day’s cardio with your strength training. Progress to 2 – 3 strength training sessions per week. I would recommend at least 2 sessions per week. This may not fit your current schedule, or you may not prefer to do it. Do no less than 1 session per week though. The idea is to create a stronger you, and that takes strength training.

Your research will take time, but you have 4 weeks to start your strength training. No matter what method you follow, get medical clearance to perform strength training and get guidance to ensure you don’t injure yourself. If you have current or previous injuries that may impede your training, seek medical advice and advise anyone you’re getting guidance from so they can help you as much as possible. Be safe, and be smart about it.

The second thing I want you to do this month, is to change your hypnosis. Change it to create a stronger you. Maybe a “exercise theme” or “strength training theme”. Something to help support your move towards being a stronger you.

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31 days of July:  60 minutes of cardio everyday except strength days,  hypnosis (new) each day, control food portions, aware and modify your self talk, don’t lapse on 16 processed foods, implement strength training when ready.

 

You owe it to yourself, to be healthy, to be fit, to live life.
Thanks for reading,
William…
“Live Life!”

 

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An Action Plan For Weight Loss This Year – Part 4

Month 5:  May – Self Talk

Self Talk. Self talk is just what you say to yourself. Most of the time it’s silent, done internally, and other times it’s actually voiced out aloud and other people can hear it. Sometimes it’s positive and sometimes it’s negative. What to know an amazing fact? People who are depressed or always angry, guess what? Yes, you’re right, their self talk is dangerously negative all the time, and as a result they’re always miserable.

Ever hear someone when they’re emotional, start ranting about themselves because they messed up? Have you ever done this? I know I have. We have all experienced this.

The challenge this month is to become more aware of our self talk, and then to alter it to be more positive towards ourselves and our situations.

Week 1: become aware of our self talk. All the positive and the negative things. You may be surprised how negative you are towards yourself.

Week 2: start to be more patient and tolerant towards ourselves. Start be realising what you are saying to yourself, then stop if you are being negative, and change it to be more patient and tolerant.

Weeks 3&4:  as you grow in awareness of your self talk, start to be positive towards yourself. Yes, praise yourself when you complete something or do something well. And when you mess up, stop yourself being negative, let yourself know that you can do better, and that next time you will do it differently.

Want a guide book to help you really conquer your self talk?

It’s called: “The 7 Day Mental Diet” by Emmet Fox. Click here to purchase the book.

It is only a short book of 20 pages or so. But don’t let the length of it fool you. This book is a fantastic resource on controlling your self talk. It will take you on a journey for 7 days, exploring and controlling your self talk.

Sound easy? No, it’s not. Most people will read it and say to themselves, ‘I can do that’, and that will be the last they think about it.

But if you want to master this area of your life, AND YES THAT IS WHAT I’M SUGGESTING!!!!!!!!!! Read it every day for the 7 days, and apply it! Really apply it! Make it your Number #1 priority for the month.

When I read the book, I read it one night and thought, yeah easy. Then 3 days later was getting mad at myself for something and then the words of the book jumped up and smacked me in the face. I realised then, that it’s easy to read and understand something, but to apply it, and make it a daily practice and commit to it becoming a habit wasn’t so easy. So every day for about 9 weeks, that’s approximately 60 days, I read the book every afternoon. And slowly but surely I became aware and changed my self talk.

Am I telling you to do this? No. Just read it every day for 7 days, and apply it. Yes, if you’re a little obsessive and a little crazy, like me, then go ahead and read it every day. Make it a habit. And reap the rewards.

The second thing I want you to do this month, is to change your hypnosis. Change it to create a brighter you. Maybe a “self esteem theme” or “confidence theme”. Something uplifting to help support your move towards being more positive.

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31 Days of May:  60 minutes cardio, Hypnosis session (new) each day, Don’t eat 8 banned foods from February, keep your food portions controlled, become aware and modify your self talk to become more positive.

 

You owe it to yourself, to be healthy, to be fit, to live life.
Thanks for reading,
William…
“Live Life!”

 

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An Action Plan For Weight Loss This Year – Part 3

Month 4:  April – Portion Control

Portion Control. This can be an ultra-complex subject, complicated by food types, a person’s relative size, activity level, gender and so on. That is to say, what one person eats will be different to the next person, because we are all different and we all have different situations. So in the interest of simplicity, the idea for portion control, will be to start to consciously examine how much food you are consuming and how often. Then you will consciously start to limit that amount or frequency of foods. Across a 4 week incremental approach you will start to cut down the amount of food you are eating.

Week 1: Write down all food and drink that you consume and what times for each day.

Does the volume of food surprise you? Is there some late morning, late afternoon, late evening snacking happening?

What about the size of each of the main meals?

Week 2:  Can you cut back the snacks? Maybe change them for vegies, or salad? How about the size of your meals, can you cut back there? Pick one thing and either remove it or cut it back.

Week 3:  Pick another area, and cut it out or cut it back?

Week 4:  Pick another area, and cut it out or cut it back?

Now the idea is not to starve yourself. So don’t cut the main meals out. So don’t skip breakfast. If you aren’t a breakfast person that is ok, just eat it later. I’m not a breakfast person, so I don’t eat until about, 10am. Maybe you’ve been snacking and can remove snacking at a certain time or times. Remember it’s not about starvation, but changing the bad habits for better habits, and creating a healthier lifestyle.

Some other things to help with portion control. Don’t eat while watching TV. When you’re distracted you’re not paying attention. Hint, hint, as in you’re not paying attention to eating. Second, don’t rush. Slow down. Yes take your time when eating. Start to experience the full feeling from the food, before finishing, rather than slam that food down and feel like you’re about to tear your stomach open, 15 minutes after you finish. Last, chew your food. Yes, chew your food more. Chew it until it’s a fine paste before swallowing.

Find places to limit or remove food consumption from your diet. Remember, don’t watch TV while eating, slow down eating, and chew your food more.

30 Days of April – Cardio 60 minutes + Don’t consume 8 products from February + Hypnosis session each day + Start analysing your food intake and start to limit food volume.

 

You owe it to yourself, to be healthy, to be fit, to live life.
Thanks for reading,
William…
“Live Life!”

 

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An Action Plan For Weight Loss This Year – Part 2

Month 2:  February – Nutrition.

Now don’t start freaking out, you won’t be counting calories, across 19 meals, carefully balancing the 3 macronutrients, while perfectly combining only certain foods. No. All I want you to do this month is, remove a minimum of 8 bad things from your diet. 8, that’s only 2 per week! Yes 2 per week. Adding up to 8 by the end of month. Easy? It’s supposed to be. So what things should you remove? Anything that is processed and can’t be found in nature. Simple? Anything that you can’t find in nature, so no alcohol, no soda, no pizza, no man made products, no biscuits, no chocolate. What I’m supposed to remove all those things? No. Only 2 processed products per week adding up to 8, by the end of month.

Now the idea is to remove 8 things that you are constantly consuming, don’t remove chocolate, if you rarely eat chocolate.

Simple, just remove 8 processed products by the end of month.

*Please Note:  You are still performing Cardio for 60 minutes each day – yes try for 28 days of 60 minutes Cardio. That’s right you are to build on the good habit of exercising everyday, from January.

28 Days of February – 60 minutes Cardio + Remove 8 processed products from diet.

Month 3:  March – Hypnosis.

Hypnosis? Has he gone mad? No, I’m not sending you to the witch doctor, there is a lot of scientific and testimonial evidence to validate and support hypnosis. Just get a ‘hypnosis or hypno-therapy cd or audio download off the internet. Use a reputable Hypno-therapist, like Rick Collingwood or Steve G. Jones. They both have a full range of hypnosis products. I have used their products successfully and am still using their products to this day. Check them out and see for yourself.

Now you don’t need to purchase the most expensive products. I find that the shorter 30-45 minute hypnosis products suit me better for my own personal situation and goals.  Prices start from about $15. Just get one related to ‘weight loss’.

Just follow the directions, which will tell you to listen to the hypnosis session every day for about 4 – 6 weeks which is what I am going to direct you to do. But instead of 4 – 6 weeks, you are going to listen each day for 8 weeks. That way you will get a better effect from the hypnosis session. The more times you listen, the more powerful the effect of the session. Me personally I use a hypnosis for a minimum of 3 months, listening every day.

*Please Note:  You are still to perform Cardio for 60 minutes each day and to not lapsed on the 8 things you removed from your diet.

31 Days of March – Cardio 60 minutes + Don’t consume 8 products from February + Hypnosis session each day.

 

You owe it to yourself, to be healthy, to be fit, to live life.
Thanks for reading,
William…
“Live Life!”

 

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An Action Plan For Weight Loss This Year – Part 1

An action plan for weight loss this year. Sounds great. What do you mean William?

Well I’ve written about numerous topics over the last month or so, we’ve just entered a new year, and who wouldn’t want this year to become a successful year for them, especially in the weight loss, healthy lifestyle category?

Ok, down to business, or this case weight loss. Yes this is going to take some work, but when does anything just happen?

I’m going to break the year down into 12 months, pretty simple right? 12 little periods to institute and perfect just one thing – a concept, an idea.

I’m going to give you an outline for 12 smaller goals, 12 little focus points, 12 new healthy habits, that will be added to each other so that by December 31 at the end of this year you will have created a new healthy lifestyle for yourself.

Easy, NO! But well worth it. This will take effort. Will you mess up? Yes. Will you have difficulty applying it? Yes. But after 12 months you will have changed your lifestyle completely.

Confident? I am, I have the easy part, I’m telling you. Yes, you have the hard part, implementing it and improvising it. This will be a journey if you accept it like no other, you will discover things about yourself, and you will adapt to suit your limits and situation.

Before you start take some photos of yourself, and measure your weight. Remember to take photos and measure your weight each month to keep track of your results.

Month 1: January – Cardio.

That’s right CARDIO. All you have to do this month is CARDIO EVERYDAY! Regardless of the conditions or whatever life throws at you. What I want you to do is 60 minutes every day. That’s all 60 minutes, 1 hour. But what happens if my neighbour’s dog changes it’s profile image on social media, and I can’t do my 60 minutes cardio, because of this emergency? Really? If there is an emergency, that’s ok, the idea is to get as close to 31 days for 31 days. But if you can’t, well you can’t. But where do your commitments lie? Make the commitment to change. If you can’t do the full hour just do less. 1 minute isn’t really working out. I would say nothing less than 15-20 minutes.

The rest I’ll leave up to you. That’s right, you choose what kind of cardio. Please don’t try to do something to crazy and end up hospitalising yourself. Work within your limits. Start slowly and pace yourself.

31 Days of January – 60 minutes Cardio.

 

You owe it to yourself, to be healthy, to be fit, to live life.
Thanks for reading,
William…
“Live Life!”

 

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So When Do I Exercise?

Presently I train in the afternoons, although given the choice I would exercise in the mornings. Why? I hear you say with a look of disgust on your face. It’s because I like the way I feel after exercising and then feel for the rest of the day. But as with life come sacrifices. Because of parental duties I can’t just go to the gym at 5am like I used to. So, now I have to schedule it for the afternoon.

But that’s my situation. What is yours like? Probably busy like many people. But are we that busy? I know I know, I can hear the endless retort of “of course I am, you don’t know my situation!” And no I don’t. I am not familiar with your situation.

So I ask a question that will cut to the bone. How much time do you waste? Yes, I just asked that. I’m serious, I’m not joking around, how much time do you waste? How much time are you watching TV? How many commercials are you watching that require your utmost attention? How much time are you spending surfing the internet? How much time are you wasting on trivial things? Sorry, I know they’re important to you. Don’t let me dismiss those must watch TV shows.

Anyway I’ll get away from my ranting to state my point. Even if you ‘had’ to watch those TV shows, could you exercise while watching them? How about just exercising during the commercials?

I’ll give you an example, years ago, I was preparing to walk the Kokoda Track, in Papua New Guinea. For those who don’t know where Papua New Guinea is please click here. And for those who want to know what the Kokoda Track is please click here. Anyway, back to my story, I was preparing to walk/trek the Kokoda Track. Now the Kokoda Track is no Mount Everest, but is still no easy walk in the park.

To elevate my cardio levels I exercised while watching TV. Yep I purchased a cheap exercise bike and cycled away in front of TV every night. Not any extraordinary level to speak of, but over the months while preparing for the trek, my fitness increased steadily. I was not the fittest in my group to begin with. But after 4 months in a 9 month preparation, for the event, I was second only to the leader in our group, who is one of those super active people.

How fit would you become by exercising while watching TV at nights?

How much weight could you lose?

If you only did 1 hour per day, 7 days per week, you would rack up, 365 hours of cardio per year. All the while, still watching your favourite TV shows. What kind of effect would that have on your life?

What if you only did calisthenics during the commercials while watching TV every night? How much extra exercising would you get in?

These are just examples. What ways can you find to exercise while concurrently doing something else? Is that cheating? Is that allowed? It’s your life and your choice, so make the most of it.

 

You owe it to yourself, to be healthy, to be fit, to live life.
Thanks for reading,
William…
“Live Life!”

 

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Get Through The Holiday Season

Well even though the holiday season is about half way over, I was considering how to make it through without gaining too much weight. Well, gaining no weight, preferably!

Yes, easier said than done. But realistically what would it take to get through not just a day but through a holiday season?

 

  1. Plan. Without prior consideration and planning, you will eat whatever you like, whenever you like, and however much you like. So even though this period is a time for enjoyment, to keep the scales at bay without control or the consideration for what is likely to happen, you are doomed to fail.

So plan, prepare and organise yourself, so you don’t get caught out.

 

  1. Strategies. Have strategies in place to combat the constant temptation. Remember you won’t always be at the mercy of your own decisions, you will also be at the mercy of other peoples if you go visiting. So have strategies ready for what types of food you are going to avoid, how much food you are going to consume and so forth. Don’t forget it’s the holidays, this doesn’t have to be a spartan existence! Eat, be merry, just don’t over do it.

 

  1. Relationships. Remember that this time of year is meant to be enjoyed. Yes go visit, yes enjoy yourself, live life. Focus on socialising and having fun with people, not eating and drinking.

 

  1. Control. This whole period will be a success or failure dependent on the amount of control you exert. If you eat and drink to excess, you won’t achieve your goal of: not gaining weight. But if you control yourself, stay focused and consciously choose what, when and how much, you will succeed.

 

  1. Slow Down / Chew. Slow down when eating. The reason most people overeat is because they eat too quickly. So, slow down don’t eat so quickly. Another reason why people eat so quickly is that they don’t chew their food enough. When you chew your food, chew it until it becomes a fine paste. Not 2 chews, done, swallow. Eating like that will only result in poor digestion.

 

  1. Water. Yes drink more water! Another major reason for overeating is that we eat when we are dehydrated. So when you start to feel hungry drink a glass of water. Wait 20 minutes and see how you feel. Also limit your alcohol consumption. Drink water instead. If you’re like me and don’t drink alcohol, and prefer soda, that’s ok, but limit it to 1 or 2.

 

  1. Alcohol. It’s important to drink liquids, but realise alcohol dehydrates you. It also lowers your ability to make good decisions. And finally according to research, many people have a tendency to binge when drinking. So back to point 4 “Control”, stay in control.

 

  1. Exercise. Now don’t forget to exercise. No I don’t mean hit the gym for 3 hours doing high intensity sprints with weight lifting, straight after lunch. No! What I mean is, make sure to fit in that exercise session, yes it might have to be a lighter easier session because you’re between eating, but just don’t forget to do it. Maybe you’ll need to schedule it early in the day, or maybe later on in the evening. Whatever works for your particular situation.

 

  1. Self-Talk. Remember to be conscious of your self-talk, the way you speak to yourself. Be patient and be supportive. Don’t be negative and dismissive of yourself, the situation you are in and the efforts you have done. Stick to your plan, and your strategies. Talk yourself through each day and each moment. There will be temptation, and you will be tested.

 

  1. Enjoy Yourself. This is the season of celebration. Remember that this time is to enjoy yourself, to have gratitude for all that you have. Treat yourself and others with the respect you deserve.

 

You owe it to yourself, to be healthy, to be fit, to live life.
Thanks for reading,
William…
“Live Life!”

 

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Believe And Overcome Fear

Do you question if what you’re doing to lose weight is working. Whether your commitment and sacrifice is helping to achieve your goal. Nobody likes to waste their time, energy and especially money on things that will only bring them disappointment.

We all have fears and doubts, but where is our level of confidence at?  Usually pretty low if we can’t keep motivated, if we can’t see a brighter future, if we can’t see ourselves achieving our goals.

Why is that? A regular reason is that we over-estimate what we can achieve in the short-term and under-estimate what we can achieve in the long-term. What does that mean?  Basically we get demoralised when we don’t achieve our goals overnight, but can’t see with committed action that we will get there in the long term.

It’s easily said that we should have courage, and act despite our fears and doubts. But how do you have courage, and act in faith when you’ve never experience this before?

Belief in your own abilities is the only way that you will overcome this. How will you achieve this? You need to convince yourself that you can do what you want to achieve.

Your self talk, that is, how you talk to yourself, is a very big reason why people succeed or fail. Many people are so negative towards themselves all the time. Do you know anybody like this? Maybe yourself?

You can’t just decide to change your self talk, and then just change it. It’s a habit that has been formed, rehearsed and practiced over a long period of time. So changing your self talk isn’t going to happen overnight. But with consciousness to what you are saying to yourself and not accepting negativity towards yourself, you will start to change and become better for it.

If you want to learn to change your self talk, look to read a copy of Emmet Fox’s book: The Seven Day Mental Diet: How To Change Your Life In A Week. This book is great for understanding and changing your self talk.

Another way is to find success stories of people achieving their goals. It’s a great way to re-motivate yourself when you become low and distressed. One great success story for weight loss  https://www.vox.com/2015/7/7/8877041/losing-100-pounds where a man lost 100 pounds (45kg) in weight in one year. Click on the link and read it for yourself. Inspiring.

There are many other success stories like his out there. Just search “weight loss success stories”.

Another way, could be that you use a hypnotherapist to help smooth the path so that you can take action easier. Or you could purchase a hypnosis product to listen to daily, to help change your mindset for weight loss. Both of these methods work, the growing testimonial and scientific evidence that hypnosis has proves that it isn’t just witch doctor voodoo. Hypnosis is a legitimate method for changing your mindset and beliefs on a subject.

 

You owe it to yourself, to be healthy, to be fit, to live life.
Thanks for reading,
William…
“Live Life!”

 

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