The 3 enemies to losing weight

If you struggle with weight loss and weight mastery, I’m sure you know how easy it is to fall prey to false intentions, rationalizations, or excuses. In this Self-Coaching episode, you’ll learn that there’s a big difference, for example, between wanting to eliminate late-night snacking and knowing that you’re going to do it. Wanting to is an excuse that postpones action, going to is the mental action-memo that triggers intentionality. In order to go from wanting to to going to, you have to learn to stop being manipulated by self-sabotaging ploys that I call your “enemies.” All self-sabotaging ploys have one thing in common—they are subtle ways of getting you off the responsibility hook. And when it comes to losing weight knowing your enemies is the first step toward weight mastery

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