Goal Setting Including Weight Loss
For many of us, our goals and our weight goals are something that we want, dream about and hope for, but we just can’t seem to make it work no matter how many diets we try or how much we exercise, or how much we research to get to our goals. What you might not consider is that your relationship with food, and your outlook with your weight goals and appearance can be a symptom of an inner struggle, or something simple like a lack of motivation.
Do you overeat when you’re stressed?
Do you seek comfort in food?
Studies have found that people who eat when they’re stressed or sad are thirteen times more likely to be overweight or obese than people who don’t connect food to their emotions. There is even a commercial now describing “BED,” or “binge-eating emotional disorder.”
The truth is – all of these challenges begin in our mind. Once we help what is not helping us to reach our goals, why are we self sabatoging, we will know how to change our thoughts and our self limiting beliefs.
The goal is to help bring you back to a balanced state, which will bring you back to your positive state of mind and attitude, which will bring you back on your path of simply reaching your goals, any goals!
Not only will it help you with weight loss, but the right remedies will help you to achieve your goals in all areas of your life. You are helping your body to self heal.
Uncovering the Why’s To Weight
Why are you overweight?
Are there emotional issues that you have not dealt with?
Are these challenges inherited?
Is procrastination or motivation an issue, even a life issue?
What other goals would you like to achieve, but are not?
Weight loss is a goal, like any other goal, like owning a business, retiring at 40, choosing a career, etc.
These are goals we want to – hope to – achieve. We treat weight loss like any other goal when we recommend specific flower remedies to help you.
Once we’ve handled the emotional roadblocks, tools like Jack Canfield’s “Success Principles” can come into play.
Canfield tells us not to just say you want to lose 30 lbs. Instead, say, “I want to be __ pounds by __ date.”
This is much more powerful than wishing and hoping to just lose weight. State what you want – loud and proud! And if you can use some help – ask for a free consultation below