Don’t get me wrong: it is serious; if you approach your lifestyle transformation from a new perspective, you will quite literally transform your life. Duh.
“You know what’s better than building things up in your imagination? Building things up in real life.” – Ryan Holiday
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.
Waiting for something (or someone) to happen
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?
By definition motivation is the general desire or willingness of someone to do something.