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Never put unnecessary stress on yourself in your weight loss plan

stressI can understand the anxiety that goes with wanting to lose weight so desperately. Believe me, I was there once. When I lost 75 pounds in less than 3 months, I was very stressed out in the beginning. But I knew what I wanted, what I had to do to get it, and finally, that it was not going to happen overnight. Within a week, when I saw my body changing for the better, the stress completely went away.


To see how I did it, get my FREE books above. If you’re under stress, it will go away.


Know the best you can possibly do, and do it

When you begin your weight loss journey, all you should want to do is lose weight. Don’t even set a number as a goal. For example, when you set a standard for yourself that you absolutely must lose 100 pounds, and you only lose 20 pounds, you’re not going to be happy. You’ve set an unrealistic goal. The unreasonable demand you’ve put on yourself is going to cause unnecessary stress. If you lose 20 pounds, this is very significant. Look at it this way. If you’ve lost 20 pounds now, you can do it again. Focus on the little things you did to get there, and build on it each day.

When I began my weight loss journey, the last thing on my mind was losing 75 pounds.

Losing weight is about being healthy. You sure don’t want stress, because it will put you six feet under. That’s defeating the purpose. Never put unreasonable demands on yourself. Don’t shoot for a huge goal that you won’t reach in a day or two. In fact, don’t even think about numbers. If you do everything I recommend, the numbers will take care of themselves.

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