I want to share a weight loss tip that can help you overcome those stubborn plateaus and obstacles in your journey. We’ve all been there – struggling to stick to our exercise routines, drink enough water, or resist those tempting sweets. It can be frustrating but fear not! I have a fresh approach to help you break through. Let’s dive into one weight loss tip to help you get over the hump!
One Weight Loss Tip To Help You Get Over The Hump
Stuck in a Rut
When you’re stuck in a weight loss rut, sometimes you need a fresh perspective. So, here’s the central lesson of today’s episode: When facing a challenge, push back from your usual approach and start brainstorming.
If you’re struggling with weight loss, grab a friend, and ask:
- What other ways could I accomplish this?
- What am I not thinking about that could help me?
- How can I make this easier for myself?
- What would this goal look like if it were easy to achieve?
Step Out of Your Comfort Zone
But here’s the crucial part: be willing to step out of your comfort zone. Your brain will resist new ideas because they’re unfamiliar. My wife’s switch from early morning workouts to afternoons is a perfect example. She resisted the change until she tried it and realized it worked better for her.
Now, let’s revisit an inspiring scene from the movie “Dead Poets Society.” Professor Keating encourages his students to look at things differently and to find their own voice. Similarly, we should strive to find fresh solutions rather than sticking to what we think should work. So, if you’re struggling to reach your weight loss goals, take a page from Professor Keating’s book – change your perspective. Think about your situation in a new way, and be open to trying different approaches.
Thank You For Supporting the Podcast
I want to shift gears for a moment and express my gratitude for your continued support of the podcast. A few months back, I shared how our podcast was growing, and it’s all thanks to you. Your loyalty means the world to me. However, with growth comes increased costs, and I wanted your input on how to sustain the podcast without compromising your trust.
I’ve always envisioned “Real Life Weight Loss” as our personal coffee shop chat about weight loss. I wanted it to be like talking to a trusted friend who also happens to be a nutritionist and weight loss expert. That’s why I’ve always strived to provide you with value, without long, drawn-out episodes or endorsing products I wouldn’t use myself.
As the podcast has grown, companies have approached me to advertise their products. However, I’ve turned down every offer to maintain your trust. I value it above all else. But to offset the growing costs, I asked for your input a while back – should we run ads or introduce a premium subscription for dedicated listeners? Your response was overwhelming, and I appreciate your honesty.
Many of you expressed that you didn’t want another monthly subscription, but you were open to hearing about products I recommend or even the idea of ads. So, I explored potential partnerships with various companies, hoping to find the right fit. But I couldn’t shake the feeling that some of these products might not align with our mission of real-life weight loss.
That’s when I realized it was time to break free from tunnel vision. Just like when you’re stuck in a weight loss rut, sometimes you need a fresh perspective. So, here’s the central lesson of today’s episode: When facing a challenge, push back from your usual approach and start brainstorming.
How You Can Support The Real Life Weight Loss Podcast
If you’ve found value in “Real Life Weight Loss” and want to support it, here are three options:
- Join the Inner Circle Coaching Group – get personalized guidance and a roadmap to success.
- Purchase Rise Nutrition products – try Omega 3, multivitamins, protein powder, or energy powder.
- Drop a tip in the jar – like tipping your barista for great service.
But remember, you don’t owe me anything. This podcast is a labor of love, and I’m grateful for your listenership. Whether you choose to support the podcast or not, I love and appreciate you all the same. Always remember that you are more than just a number on the scale. Losing weight is about gaining life and living the life you’ve always wanted. I believe in you, even when you might doubt yourself.