If you set some goals, you can permanently remove the conflicts in your life that make you fat. I want you to be active in controlling your frame of mind and put this information to good use. Let me tell you about an interview I had with a renowned fitness expert. The essential part of this was how important setting goals for your weight-loss program really is.
There are some good suggestions that I have for you that will help you leverage goals to get the body you want. What keeps a lot of people away from success is that they really don’t know what they want, so there’s no way to measure success.
So you need to sit down and define what you would like to look like and how you want to feel about yourself. It’s important not to compromise when you set down your goals: you want to say what you want, not what you think is possible.
Just get a picture in your mind what you would be if anything at all were possible for you. Do yourself a favor and don’t consider what other people say when you’re thinking.
See, when you know what you’d really like, you will have a passion to pursue it: it’s hard to get excited about something medicore and limited. It’s kind of like reading a book that is really interesting and engrossing compared to reading a book about something you don’t even care about.
So you really need to be looking for that passionate enthusiasm that comes from deep with in when you recognize exactly what you want to be.
Telling yourself to moderate your expectations is going to be self-defeating because you believe that you are unable to accomplish your dreams. What kind of passion is that going to create? You’ll never get anywhere as long as you think you’re a loser who can’s make great achievements.
How can you be passionate about being an overweight under acheiver? That’s not very exciting and it’s far below what you can be.
Another problem is fear of failure. You’ll never get anywhere as long as you let other people’s opinions or your own beliefs hold you down.
Dr. Michael Allen
Fitness Instructor & Fat Loss Factor Founder