Sunday, January 4, 2015
Truth Hurts...New Year's Resolution Secret!
THE "WHAT?" CONCEPT: Coming to grips that you're fat, obese, and that you need to lose weight.
WHY: Why do we need to come to grips with these facts? We need to because the sooner that we realize that we have a problem, the sooner we can attempt to fix them and set New Year's resolutions. This is a powerful part of the equation, even though it's not the main concept.
WHO: Who needs to do this? YOU NEED TO! It is not my job to convince you, it is your job to take responsibility and realize that you need to do this. You alone can choose to be on with the idea of bettering yourself, or you can not and be a fat lazy tub all day. It's your choice.
WHEN: We need to do this immediately if not sooner. Of course we can't do it any sooner than at this present moment, but we need to do it as soon as possible. Letting your weight go for long amounts of time destroys your New Year's resolution.
WHERE: You need to conceive the thought in your mind. Ideas start in the mind, the mind sends the idea to the body, and the heart helps execute the mind's idea. The idea of the truth hurting should be a nasty thought that you conjure up in your mind. It CAN and SHOULD hurt. It will motivate you to reach inside and lose weight, even when you don't want to.
HOW???: The biggest question that your asking right now is, "How do I make the truth hurt?" If you're asking this question, then you are ready to make the truth hurt and are ready to set New Year's resolutions that will in turn result in weight loss. The way that you make the truth hurt is to get a full length mirror where you can see your body. Then you say to yourself, "I am fat because..." (Stretch marks, muffin top, butt is too big, whatever the case is!) Let it really sink in. Then say to yourself, "I may be fat, but I want to lose or accomplish..." (Losing 10 pounds or 20, or losing the muffin top, or losing the big fat butt, whatever the case is.)
After you have accomplished each and every one of these steps, you are then ready to set your New Year's resolution. It may take a while to do each step. Remember, the truth is no easy pill to swallow. You may cry, feel bad, or want to punch something, but it will prepare you to set your goals and New Year's resolution. This is the biggest secret to setting and preparing to set your New Year's resolutions. If you do not follow these steps, your New Year's resolution has a good chance of dying instead of being a viable step on your way to your goals in 2015.