Did you know that fanatical approaches to losing weight have a less than 5 percent chance of succeeding? Extreme, fanatical approaches to weight loss goes to the heart of what we might call “magical thinking." If you drastically curtail your caloric intake or d
1.) you can't change the past (many have tried and failed).
2.) You can't control the future (many have tried failed).
3.) You CAN change the present (those who have tried have profited).
An optimist is buoyed by the belief that they can and will succeed. From this belief, positive energy is released and transformed into psychological resilience, allowing you to make mindful, disciplined decisions while handling the transient discomfort involved in re-form
It’s not just what you eat that matters, it’s also when you eat. Unless you’re a sumo wrestler trying to beef up, you’re much better off eating your main meal earlier in the day. Although there isn’t a consensus on exactly what the “ear
Want to live a happier life? Then learn the difference between "want-tos" and "have-tos" On February 4, 2017
Listen to an excerpt from the audio version of Self-Coaching: The Powerful Program to Beat Anxiety & Depression. Learn how knowing the difference between want-tos and have-tos can become a crucial compon
#ThinFromWithin - The importance of injecting mindfulness into your weight loss efforts On February 4, 2017
At first blush, you may not see the importance of separating facts from fictions, but keep in mind that the emotional distortions that have tripped you up so many times in the past have been fueled by a kind of mindless identification with destructive thoughts, feelings,
#ThinFromWithin - Depending on the study you read, anywhere from 65 to 95 percent of diets eventually wind up failing. On February 3, 2017
There can be no conclusion other than the fact that dieting alone just isn’t the answer. It’s not whether you can lose the weight (most diets accomplish this to a greater or lesser degree) or how you lose the weight (whether it’s reducing your carbs, cou
Have you ever pondered the question, "Who am I?" From a Self-Coaching perspective, it's not possible to answer this question. Not because it's illusive or complicated, but because who you are isn't a stationary concept like a snapshot or a portrait p