"Brilliant" Motivation Tips
to Lose Weight
My weight loss program is designed for
women who live in the real world. So one of my priorities is to help
you to maintain your motivation to lose weight when life intervenes
and plays havoc with your good intentions.
Answers to Weight Loss Motivation Problems
Here is a list of the motivation questions
that I deal with in my weight loss program. In addition to these tips,
you'll find tons of real-life stories and cases of successful weight loss,
as well as advice on how NOT to diet.
- What Incentive Best Motivates Us to Lose
- Why Past Mistakes are Wonderful
- The 2 Secrets of Successful Exercise
- The Power of Organisation
- Coping With Interruptions to Your Diet
- Losing Weight is Not a Race - It's a Hike
- Why Dieting is Easier
- Skinny on Alcohol (glug)
- How to Cope With a Partner
- Coping With 'Friends'
- Coping With Bad Days
- How to Make it Easier to Succeed
- Why Losing Weight is the Easy Part
- What's the Real Secret of Weight Loss?
- Skinny on Willpower
- What's the Biggest Dieting Mistake?
- How to Cope With Failure
- How to Lose a LOT of Weight
- What's the Secret of Lean Thighs?
- Real-life Inspiration to Lose Weight
- How NOT to Diet
- How to Say Goodbye to Negative Thinking?
- Why You Should Be More Greedy!
- My 10-Point Weight Loss Checklist
- Why Self-Discipline Doesn't Work
- Lose Weight By Thinking Like a Man!
- How to Reduce Bingeing Before My Period
- Why Carbs Are Your Friend
- The NOW-NOW-NOW Froth!
- The Click-Click Syndrome
- Weight Loss Without the Pain
- 8 Most Popular Weight Loss Questions
- How to Be Focused, Not Flaky
- How to Win the Weight Loss Battle - 4 Steps
- How Celebrities Lose Weight
- Supermodels Weight Reduction Methods
What My Members Say About My Weight Loss
I signed up today and feel compelled to write to you after having read
a number of your very fine weight loss motivational articles. They run
contrary to the 'good girl/bad girl' stuff that I have been punishing
myself with all these years. They are direct and powerful in their brevity,
but they also communicate a sense of love and forgiveness. I know it
may sound amazing, but I never realized until now the huge part that
'attitude' plays in the success or failure to lose weight.
I am a 51 year old woman, 5 feet tall and I weigh 148 lbs... I read
about 8 of your articles so far, and what really impressed me is the
thread that runs through all of them: MENTAL work has to go on in order
to succeed. You don't pepper them with little food tips or tricks --
the most important dieting GOES ON IN YOUR HEAD. So, as I begin to apply
the principles of healthy eating one more time, I think I see that I
need to get rid of a lot of anger as well as the excess weight. Anger
that I have directed toward myself. And they just may be synonomous.
Thanks, Anne. I really feel hopeful I can lose weight this time.
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