How you're making weight loss hard

I saw this post on FlakeBook today:

“Woke up at 159. I was stoked.
I am now at 161. WTF?!
I hate that!”

Several people commented on how she shouldn’t be weighing herself multiple times a day, only once in the morning.

One lady was smart enough to tell her to step away from the scale, cause it’s “a lying b**tch”. (She and I would probably be great friends.)

But the problem here is not checking the scale.

It’s the fact that she,

(and everyone else in that group)

is THINKING about weight at all.

Losing weight, getting fit, being healthy, having the body you want, being able to do all the things you love…are great STARTING points.

Those are all a great motivations to get you on the path to where you want to go.

But once you get on that path, if your main goal doesn’t shift,

You are in trouble.

The difference between people who succeed, and surpass their weight loss goals in the long run, and those who don’t, is this:

People who struggle (and ultimately fail) continue to think that losing weight is their main goal.

People who create long-term results (in any area of life) FALL IN LOVE WITH THE PROCESS of getting to their goal.

So much so…

That doing simply doing the process becomes their new main objective.

Take for example, a good friend of mine…

Originally, she started working out and eating well because her family has a long history of diabetes and she didn’t want to suffer like most of them have.

Now…she doesn’t go a day without going for a bike ride, taking a class at the gym, doing yoga, dancing or going for a run.

She’s so into working out, that it’s hard to be around her and not want to move with her.

99% of the time she eats only the cleanest, healthiest foods for her body.

She is a great inspiration to me and many others.

But she is not doing these things because she wants to be healthy.

She does them because she feels great doing them.

And only secondarily, do they happen to make her healthy and extremely fit.





If you don’t fall in the love with the things you need to do to get you where you want to go, you will not get there

And if you do, you won’t stay there long.

This is one of the many, many reasons diets don’t work.

If you don’t think you’ll love the things that you need to do to get you where you want to go. You are probably

1 - thinking you need to do (or give up) things you don’t need to

2 - need a process to discover the things that you love that will get you where you want to go.

Our “Do It Right, Do It Once” system walks you through the process of discovering your process. So you can fall in love with it, and repeat it for the rest of your days.

(And BTW, the stuff you learn in the program doesn’t just apply to losing weight. It applies it to all areas of your life.)

If you’re ready to fall in love with the process of becoming the you you want to be, join us here:

Kate (& Jason)

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