The first step to successful weight loss is to START NOW! Many folks fail to learn this but the only door way to your future is now. The only point you have total control over is now. So get started right away.
The second step to successful weight loss is to SET GOALS. Goals should be used as bus stops or train terminals to your ultimate goal. Just as without these, you will have no idea of where you are going, without a goal,you cannot really make or measure progress!!
The third step to successful weight loss is to WRITE DOWN answers to these questions on a sheet of paper. There is a Chinese proverb that says ” the faintest writing is clearer than the sharpest memory. Let me tell you that writing your goals is one of the ways of making sure that you never forget them! Write your weight loss goals on a piece of paper, make copies of that paper, and put them everywhere! Make sure you don’t forget to stick this paper on your refrigerator and kitchen, since it is in these places that the monster called temptation tries to ruin your weight loss efforts!
Setting goals is just not enough; in order to make the goals achievable, you must set REALISTIC goals. If you have a goal of losing 30kg within a couple of weeks or a month, that is not going to happen. Setting such unrealistic goals for yourself will nullify the very effect of goal setting.
When you set unrealistic goals and fail to achieve the same, you will be disappointed and frustrated with yourself and your weight loss efforts.
Ideally, no matter what you do, you would be able to lose no more than 1-2 kg per week. So create your goals accordingly. If you want to lose twenty five kilos, it will take you at least six-seven months to achieve the same!
The fourth step to successful how to lose 60 pounds in 3 months weight loss is to SEEK INFORMATION. You can never learn less about any matter. The more you know about your challenge, the less it scares you. So seek to know more about weight loss.
Invest your time in researching on the internet, invest your money in buying resources that will help you ( lest I forget, don’t simply buy in order to decorate your book shelf- make sure you use what you buy!)
Knowledge indeed is power. I remember a fellow who was so obese that he had just about 4 years to live unless he lost weight. He fortunately discovered this grim fact as he was browsing the internet and saw some calculations connecting ones weight, age and life expectancy. You can bet that this information totally change his life and made him lose nearly 85 pounds! This is the power of information.