Do you think you really want to lose weight, but when it comes to actually doing what it takes to get results, it's difficult to stay on track?
The reason why most people who are unsuccessful with weight loss don’t reach their goals isn’t because they can’t do it.
It isn’t because you don’t have self-control or willpower.
What you may lack is commitment.
Commitment is a key ingredient necessary for reaching your goals, whether your goal is to lose weight or anything else.
If you’re not fully committed to your goal, you won’t make it a priority.
You’ll be more likely to make excuses for not doing what you know you need to do.
You won’t give it all the effort required to succeed.
You’ll give up before you really give it your all.
Most people think they’re committed because they desire the outcome.
You want to lose weight. You want to be thinner. You want to fit into that dope dress you wore a few years ago that’s gathering dust in your closet.
That’s not commitment. That’s desire.
There’s a big difference.
Tune in to learn the difference between desiring something and actually committing to getting results, and how to commit to doing what it takes to reach your goals.
If you’re ready to make a commitment to yourself to change your eating habits to lose weight, check out my free video masterclass, Kick the Emotional Eating Habit for Good, available on demand by clicking on the link below.
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