Getting things done is the best way to predict your weight loss.
But, you likely spend time in worrying about weight loss.
I won’t lose this weight.
It’s going to take forever.
Worry feels like you are doing something.
Worry is sandwiched between a few good and not so good decisions.
It makes things feel hard. You worry enough and you need that little cookie, bite of cake or bag of chips.
At the end of the week you weigh-in and the number reflects a lot of emotionally hard worry…and a few moments of relief from it.
But guess what we do? We REMEMBER how hard the week was. How much we worried.
Make a list of things you WILL do each week to lose weight.
Nothing on that list can contain your SHOULD DO’S. It’s what you will do no matter what.
Then stop worrying and focus on sticking to those things.
The biggest fail I see people do is this…
Make a list of things to do that in a perfect world they would work.
Add a few things everyone says they SHOULD do.
Struggle bus all week with worry.
Break because none of those things on the list took into consideration what you are willing to do.
I want you to finish this week full of doing things you were willing to do. Not the things you are worried you should be doing.
Get it done.
Weightloss happens when you do work. Not worrying about that work.