THE MOTIVATION FALLACY

Motivation isn’t the solution; motivation is the problem. Please, let me explain. The belief that you need motivation to take action is going to prevent you from forming any habits. Motivation isn’t an effective strategy for long-term behavior change for two reasons. Motivation fluctuates from day to day and tends to decrease over time. Habits not only fly under the radar of our conscious brain, but they also fly under the radar of our emotions. Just like we savor the first bite of our meal more than the last, we tend to be less motivated the more times we repeat a routine. Boredom is the biggest obstacle to excellence. A lot of people hit the gym for two or three weeks, then lose their motivation to go and quit. They blame their lack of motivation, but it is their belief that they need to be motivated to go that is the problem. So, if motivation isn’t the solution, what is? Continue reading THE MOTIVATION FALLACY

New Habits – New You

The Fat Loss Habit will teach you how to engineer your habits so that each day is another vote for the person you want to become. We should be less concerned with where we are, and more concerned with where we are headed. The strategies contained herein are going to help you set a better course. The more consistently you implement each strategy, the better the set of your sail. “Don’t let your learning lead to knowledge. Let your learning lead to action.” Jim Rohn  Continue reading New Habits – New You

The Quick Fix Mentality Trap

The fundamental flaw with extreme diet and exercise programs is their unsustainability. A program approach to weight loss can work, but our life does not end when we achieve our weight loss goal. When we solve problems at the systems’ level, by incorporating keystone habits, we have a permanent solution. Continue reading The Quick Fix Mentality Trap

Why We Should Focus on Habits, and Not Outcomes

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“You do not rise to the level of your goals. You fall to the level of your systems.”  James Clear, author of Atomic Habits

What you are going to learn:

  1. Why a Focus on Short-Term Results Causes us to Choose Ineffective Programs
  2. Why Habits are the Key to Sustainable Results
  3. Why What is Popular is Not Always Effective
  4. Why Unethical Fitness Guru’s often Recommend a Low Carb Diet, Praying on the Eagerness of People to See Quick Results

We all want to achieve results, but when we focus on outcomes and not habits, we make bad decisions. When we are too focused on outcomes, we look for short cuts. What is quickly done, is quickly undone.

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NBC – Ali Vincent was the first female to win on the show with an 112-pound weight loss. Vincent recently posted to Facebook about gaining the weight back. Continue reading “Why We Should Focus on Habits, and Not Outcomes”