There are tens of thousands of books on weight loss. Maybe hundreds of thousands. All of them are correct. And all are wrong.
See, here is the thing. Those books are written by experts. They know exactly what you need to do to have weight loss success. And every authors says “This is the best way!”
They are all correct. None of those authors are being deliberately misleading. But at the same time, they are not totally truthful.
Every book describes a way to successfully lose weight. That means all of them are potential successful methods that you can use.
All of them.
So, which one do you choose? You need to ask the expert. And in this case, the expert is YOU.
Which method of weight loss looks like something you want to try? Don’t pick a method that you know from day one that you cannot follow to completion. For me, the idea of P90X is simply not an option. Likewise, I have no interest in trying a Keto diet? Am I saying P90X and Keto won’t work? Of course not. I know they work. It’s just that I know I won’t be able to (or want to) follow them fully, and therefore it would be a waste of time.
It would be a waste of time for me. Maybe it would be perfect for you. I don’t know. (And neither do all those authors.)
Ultimately, the successful plan will be the one that you start, and never quit. And only you know which plan that will be.
Go ahead. Read all those books. Check out blogs. Watch Dr. Oz. But in the end, the final decision is yours. Find a plan that looks like you will enjoy it. Follow it. If it doesn’t work, try something else.
You are in control of your success. That can be empowering and at the same time it can be demotivating. If your choice brings success, you will be your own hero. If your choice does not work…well, then it’s back to the drawing board.
Start now. And as long as it works, never quit!
MYST 165 (http://makeyoursomedaytoday.com/losefast)
MYST 166 (http://makeyoursomedaytoday.com/OneStep)
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