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Courtesy of My-Inspirational-Quotes.com 1. Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor.
You don’t have to be an expert to figure out that consistency is pretty essential to successfully change your life, your health, and your weight. But it’s also pretty clear that building a consistent routine of regular exercise and healthy eating is not an easy thing to do. You start off the day with the best intentions—to exercise, track all your food, and make healthy choices. But then life happens. One of the kids is sick, the babysitter is late, the snowplow blocked your driveway, the boss asks you to work overtime, or any one of a hundred other surprises that can really wreck your day.
8. Share your goals. Whether you post them on the Message Boards or share them with a friend, you’ll be more accountable. 9. Exercise for 10 minutes . Jump rope, march in place, or do some crunches.
What is the most important factor of success and achievement? IQ, self-confidence, perseverance? Actually, that's a trick question. According to intelligence studies, the answer would be none of the above.
Once you've created your vision statement for weight-loss, you probably know the general direction you want to move. The next step is to work out the particular short- and intermediate-term goals that will get you moving in that direction, followed by concrete action steps you can take right now to get going. If you’ve checked out the other resources available here at SparkPeople, you know that effective goal-setting is a major foundation of the program.
By Jeffrey Strain When it comes to personal finances, most people concentrate on saving and investing money. This can be a problem because issues that may not first appear to have much to do with personal finances can often have a dramatic affect on them.