Weight Loss Mindset
Weight Loss Mindset
What You Need To Achieve Certain Weight Loss

What You Need To Achieve Certain Weight Loss

Trying to use willpower alone won't help you lose weight.

You need to be committed to doing whatever's necessary to achieve your goal.

So strengthen your determination, develop a rock-solid mindset, and reach any goal you set for yourself.

The key to success on your weight loss journey takes more than just willpower or discipline. It takes a well-thought-out plan to help you reach your goals without any restrictive dieting methods.

Develop the correct mindset for weight loss first

Mistake #1: Set A Goal And Forget About It.

Mistake #2: Making Excuses.

Mistake #3: Not Having a Plan That Keeps You Motivated. 

Mistake #4: Not Making Healthy Food Choices.

Mistake #5:  Not Keeping Track of Your Progress and Failing to Stay Accountable.

Don't allow yourself to become negative about your goal

Don't get all negative when things are tough, and it seems you're not making progress.  This is the time to dig deep and tell yourself that this is it. This is what you have been waiting for, so don't let anything stop you from reaching your goals.

Commit to changing your lifestyle

If you have an unhealthy lifestyle, it's important to commit to changing it. Having a healthy lifestyle is great for your physical and mental health. Being healthy will help you live longer and increase your quality of life as you age. Plus, maintaining a healthy weight helps prevent diabetes and heart disease.

Don't put yourself on a diet that's in any way restrictive.

If you cut too many calories from your diet, you'll suffer from hunger and binge eating in the long run. The less you eat, the hungrier you get. This can cause weight gain in the long term, even if you manage to lose weight initially.

That's why it's important to adopt a healthy eating plan that's sustainable. The best diets include lots of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, and healthy fats.

Never feel guilty if you fall off your weight loss plan. Just get back on it

When people have a setback following their weight loss plan, they usually feel dejected. They self-blame, and that just makes them feel even worse. Now being in a state of low emotion, they just give up their plan.


Dozens of studies prove that willpower alone is a terrible way to achieve lasting weight loss. Willpower is a limited resource that gets exhausted by every decision you make all day long, every day. Plus it's incredibly unreliable: only 20% of people use it consistently and predictably. So when you "try" to lose weight with willpower, you're actually losing. And it's not even close: every time your willpower fails you, you end up gaining an extra pound or two.

Spend time developing a strong mindset, commit to changing your lifestyle, stay positive, and ditch any kind of restrictive diet. You deserve to be the best you can be, so be kind to yourself.

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!