#218: The Weight Loss Episode: 3 Things To STOP Doing [WOYG Podcast]

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Weight loss is hard to do. Keeping lost weight off permanently is even harder. Today I’m diving into weight loss. I’m going to help you lose excess weight you didn’t even know you were carrying! (Don’t worry, you’ll still maintain your figure.)

There are things we do in our everyday lives that slow us down, delay our successes, and generally make us less happy. Wouldn’t life be better if we got rid of them all?

Yes, of course it would be. Listen in today and start your weight loss plan BEFORE the New Year.

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2 Comments

  1. Everything comes down to what you think and the quality of those thoughts.

    I’ve carried those weights around and they do nothing for you but hold you back, to a small degree I still carry them and have to watch my thoughts closely, can be so easy to spiral out of control with just a few negatives here and there. I’ve come along way over the past few months of shedding negativity and personal limitations but still need to be vigilant. Still haven’t gone 48 hours of focusing only on what I want but it’s the process, the watching of those thoughts that disciplines the mind.

    When I first saw the title I thought it was going to be diet and nutrition tips, then thought that the title isn’t always what it seems. Keeps me thinking. Always worth listening to Dre.

    • Absolutely! You’ll learn I use many metaphors in my titling.

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