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Getting results

With anything, results require a certain amount of time or effort invested in getting towards the desired goal.

If you take fat loss for example. We know we need to eat less than we currently are or move more than we currently are or a in most cases, a combination of both.

However, most of us rarely apply the effort, or if we do, we don't do it for long enough. That's the thing, how can we know what we can achieve if we don't try for long enough? Or it might be a case of going about it the wrong way, that makes us not apply ourselves for long enough.

Something that has been helping me recently has been journaling. Actually writing down how I feel and asking myself why that might be. Writing down my goals, and setting daily tasks to get closer to those goals.

For example, tomorrow, to get me (or you) closer to your goal of losing body fat, I have written down the following.

Tomorrow for breakfast I am having xyz

Tomorrow for lunch I am having xyz

Tomorrow for dinner I am having xyz

Tomorrow I am going to pack a xyz for snacks in my work bag first thing in the morning so that when I'm out and about, I'm not caught short.

I'm going to set a reminder on my phone with the message "stick at it, you are already closer to your goal than you were yesterday. Trust the process" to pop up for half way through the day. The idea here is that it will keep me focused on the goal at hand.

Give yourself the opportunity to reach your goals. Seek out the help and knowledge that might help you get closer. Take the advice and apply it for long enough.

Feel free to use the tips I have given above.

Get ready for another week and get a good rest this evening.

Coach Dan

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