Weight Loss Mindset
Weight Loss Mindset
Use Self-Feedback To Create Who You Want To Be

Use Self-Feedback To Create Who You Want To Be

Can self-feedback and self-evaluation help you with your weight loss goals?

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Self-feedback is a great way to evaluate yourself and make changes in your life to improve it. This is especially important for those people trying to lose weight.

Self-feedback challenges us to ask ourselves how we feel about the work we do, the lifestyle we live, and the way we treat others.

What is Self-Feedback and Evaluation About?

Experts suggest that our ability to conduct a self-evaluation in which we carefully examine our abilities, behaviors, and characteristics requires that we prepare ourselves for a journey through self-reflection and how we make decisions. 

What Are The Advantages of Self-Feedback?

Self-feedback has multiple benefits that we can use to our advantage.

Like Self-Reflection…

Self-feedback allows us to examine what motivates us and what types of stimuli trigger results. Self-feedback challenges us to revisit our triumphs and mistakes, and it encourages us to initiate a deep-dive into examining any lessons we've learned. 

It Also Encourages Input from Others

Although this process requires us to conduct a self-appraisal, it also requires us to seek feedback from other people. The way we see ourselves sometimes has close ties to how others see us as well. The opinions of others occasionally contribute to our subjective perceptions about who we are as a human being.

The Goal Is Self-Improvement

Self-feedback opens the doors to taking the information you gain from self-reflection and others and use it to enhance who we are. It’s an opportunity to push the reset button on all of our character traits. 

Self-Feedback Improves Self-Esteem and Confidence

Self-feedback can really boost your self-esteem and confidence. Identifying the values, you give to your workplace, your family, your friends or yourself can go a long way to improving your self-confidence and self-esteem. You learn to focus on those things and improve them further rather than always focusing on your weaknesses.

Try Practicing Self-Feedback

Practicing self-feedback is a skill and can be difficult for some to put into action or even master in a way that is meaningful at first. You just have to keep practicing

For self-feedback to be effective and yield results, you have to be ready to make the improvements and receive the feedback and input of others. A closed mind will not benefit from the practice of self-feedback. You must move with intention and empower yourself to engage in the process actively.

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Weight Loss Mindset
Weight Loss Mindset
Weight loss is 99% psychology. Without changing your mindset in the right way, your results won't be sustainable and you could even put on more weight. If you're like me, you've tried many programs to help lose weight and failed miserably. It doesn't mean the program is bad, it just means you must get your mind right first before they'll be effective. Subscribe to the Weight Loss Mindset podcast and discover new ways to lose weight and keep it off!