I suggested they not even try to change their diet, at least at first – I just wanted them to commit to taking a photo of their food and sending it to me, their coach.
Push the boundaries of your fear. When you do, all of a sudden you find yourself doing things you only once imagined or dreamed about or wished you could do.
There are a few books that, among a sea of others, I view as essential “must reads” for anyone looking to cultivate a new mindset and deepen awareness.
It’s summer. You’ve committed to your new diet but you still haven’t lost any weight. Or you’ve only lost a few pounds, a lot less than you expected.
‘Going on a diet’ is exactly why going on a diet fails.
Diets promise short-term solutions: “try our 10-day quick-fix, magic elixir, ultra-secret, fat-scorching solution!” Well, that’s great, but what happens after 10 days?
The key difference between success and failure is enjoyment. The fundamental flaw with the approach of both the dieting and medical industries is the focus on willpower/restriction, the mantra “no pain, no gain.”
If we understand motivations, behaviors, and routines, we can completely overturn our daily experience.
You’ve read all the books, listened to all the “experts” on TV, and tried every diet pushed your way.
When food and dieting stop controlling you, you will have more time, more mental real estate, and more emotional flexibility to do with what you please.