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Your Intention to Lose the Weight is Not Enough

Posted Mar 22 2010 2:00am

Is your road to losing weight paved with good intentions?

Most people, despite their good intentions, fail to get to their goal. Of course, weight loss is a prime example of this.

You get yourself thinking about losing weight, maybe even start dieting, maybe lose the weight for a while--but you don't stick to your weight-loss diet and you begin to gain back the weight you've lost.

The road to weight loss is paved with more good intentions than it can handle. It's overloaded with intentions and it is overloaded with failure to act on these good intentions. 

It is not enough to "intend to". To make what you intend actually happen, you have to think of how you can really make happen what you intend. This means making plans, plans that detail what you'll do, when you'll do it, and how you'll get yourself to do it.

For more on goals and what you intend, and on making effective plans to achieve what you intend, you can go to Find Your Issue (to the right of this post) and look them up.

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