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Unwilling To Make A Change

Stop being so weak-willed.

There's so many diet tips that I could write about.

Things like...

- Cook more homemade meals instead of eating out

- Track your calories

- The best exercise for fat loss

All of these things have something in common - eating sensibly and exercising more. You've heard all of these things a million times before, yet people still remain overweight and and will stay that way. So what's the problem?

The answer is that people are weak-willed. Folk have a lack of self-discipline and self-control. People don't enjoy planning out their meals and working out is a chore, so they'll just avoid these problems entirely.

Is the small inconvenience of going to the gym a few times a week or taking some time out of your week to track your food not worth the effort, even if it means you end up losing weight and feeling more comfortable in your own skin?

Some folk have medical conditions that might make this more challenging, but it shouldn't and doesn't stop you. A strong-willed person would adjust their diet and carry on. It's not easy, but if it's important to you then it is worth it.

People will use excuses like "I don't have enough time", "I can't cook", "I love food too much".

What these translate to is "I can't be bothered."

Losing weight takes work. It can be tough sometimes, it takes planning. You need to be disciplined. You can read as many diet books and scroll through all the workouts in the world, but you won't get anywhere if you lack discipline!

So this week's life tip - stop being so weak-willed!

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