Mission 2: Take A Reality Check

It’s just as well we spent the first mission finding and unlocking your true motivation, because in this mission we’re going to come face-to-face with some harsh realities.

Don’t worry, I’m not trying to put you off – I’m simply making sure you’re prepared for what it takes to lose weight.

The truth is that losing weight is both harder and easier than most people think.

The bad news is there are certain things you must do and have to lose weight. Non-negotiable.

The good news is that some of the things you thought you’d have to do or to give up don’t really matter.

Let’s see which is which…

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117 thoughts on “Mission 2: Take A Reality Check

  1. Amanda Power says:

    Reality check taken! Time, Money, Attention, Focus, Determination, Persistence and Willingness to take action. 1 and 6 will be the tricky ones for me, but like you say if you only have it as a background goal, that’s where it will stay!

  2. CoffeePat says:

    Whoa, the time thing at the top of the list surprised me, and the lack of “things you love to eat” on the list surprised me more.

    Time, focus, attention. The same things I have to give to every other endeavor worth pursuing, the same things I’ve given to every other endeavor other than myself.

    I’m not clear on why this is a surprise to me, but it is. Maybe that’s why I haven’t ever gotten to my ideal weight despite years of “trying.”

    • Kylie B says:

      I think you’ve had a little break-though CoffeePat!
      It’s time to give that focus and attention to YOU πŸ™‚
      So glad you’re with us, welcome!

      Kylie, Community Manager

    • Kylie B says:

      Hi Cheri, lovely to see you again!
      Let me know if I can help you with anything along the way.
      You can do this πŸ™‚
      Kylie
      Community Manager

  3. Kris slater says:

    I have set clear and concise goals and journaled them. I need to read them occasionally to refresh my thinking and to stay on track and motivated. Especially if I feel I’m losing focus I need to come back and regroup.

    • Kylie B says:

      If they are not too personal Kris, you could try what other members have done & use post-it notes as a visual prompt. They write their goals on them and keep them in sight. Mirror. Fridge. Car. Wallet or purse, for example. πŸ™‚ Kylie, Community Manager

  4. Tricia Tassell says:

    Mission 2 done and dusted …. the mental switch has been repaired and is now set to active and serious! I’m doing this!

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