HOW MUCH IS WEIGHTLOSS SUCCESS WORTH TO YOU
How much is success worth to you? How far are you willing to take it? What are you willing to give up? If I said someone has to die for you to succeed, are you ready to make that sacrifice? No, I'm not talking about murder. I'm talking about killing yourself. Not suicide either. I'm talking about destroying the YOU that continues to deny yourself the freedom of success. I'm talking about the YOU that is so afraid of failure you don't even bother giving a third of your best effort.
it is possible to build a successful body shape and loss weight with little more than a great idea and passion for your vision. When I started my weight loss journey a year ago, I had no idea that my concept would grow into the successful weight loss it did and honestly, I was not prepared for the success.
I had always been a big dreamer, still was able to visualize the bigger picture. When the idea came to me to begin my very own weight loss journey, I did not take the time to figure out how I would handle success, and I only believed that it was something I needed to do.
You form all sorts of goals that you so passionately want to happen but when they don't instantly happen you give up. You may put some effort like going to the gym, but the body won't change with the most minimal effort. Heck, it's going to take a lot of the right action to get what you want. Even with the right action being taken, problems and obstacles will arise. So if you want success, you have to be willing to endure all sorts of failures and pains to make it possible. You're going to have to kill that part of yourself that is so worried about preventing failure that you don't even try. If success were easy, you wouldn't need to read what I'm writing. However, it may not be easy, but it is as SIMPLE as refusing to give up.
Remember that you must put forth the time and effort to become the person you want to be and live the life of your dreams. You owe it to yourself to push to be the best you possible. Strive to improve daily and take things in stride.