I have heard so many talk about not having any motivation. What does motivation mean to you? It could mean energy, or focus, or desire, or all of these. In order to reach your goal of successful weight loss you most have the energy to stay focused and the desire to reach your goal. But the one thing that most people don't realize is that your thoughts create your primary energy for any given day. If your thoughts are mostly negative about yourself, you will not be able to have the energy, focus, or desire to reach your weight goals. Also some people believe by tearing themselves apart this will create in them the push to become motivated. Actually the opposite is true. The more you tear yourself apart the more you stay stuck in negative thinking, better known as stinkin thinking. Now you can change your thoughts just by making a conscious effect to do so. When you have a negative thought about yourself, rephrase it to a positive one. In the beginning you might resist this but keep at it, after awhile you will feel your energy change. Once you feel your energy change then you will not only have motivation, you will succeed in reaching your goal once you give your stinkin thinking the boot.
Life Coach Annie
Life Coach Annie
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