Your 2016 Plan for Weight Loss Success Begins Here

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The New Year will be here in another few weeks which is resolution time for many Americans.

Did you know that the top New Year’s resolution in this country is WEIGHT LOSS?

Many will attempt to try to lose weight in the New Year through dieting and exercise which is the typical approach and according to recent studies 90% will be unsuccessful.

Believe it or not weight gain is not about the food.

When you go on diets like Weight Watchers or Atkins you may see some short term changes but chances are the weight will come back on at some point.

So if dieting and exercise have such a high failure rate why do people keep doing the same thing and expecting different results? (Isn’t that the definition of insanity?)

There are thousands of weight loss books and programs that are telling you that they have the magic bullet.

People testify how this or that program has worked for them and how it can work for you too if you just do what they did.

Following somebody else’s road map for success could work for you but you are still not resolving the underlying issues that caused your weight gain in the first place.

Following your own path to weight loss makes more sense.

Where do you begin on that path?

You begin by making changes in your thoughts, which is the source of your weight gain issues.

Do you focus on thinking about what you don’t want more than what you do want?

It is more important to know what you do want.

Finding out what you do want is the essence of true happiness.

Getting down to that very thought of why you want something is an important step toward fulfilling your desires in life.

How is this connected to losing weight?

Your goal might be weight loss but why do you want to lose weight?

So you can fit into a smaller size?

So you can meet the right man or woman?

So you can have more energy?

Sure, those are all important but there is a much deeper yet simpler reason.

The underlying reason that anyone wants to lose weight is because they believe it will make them HAPPIER!!

Therefore weight loss is more of a means to an end. 


Have you ever taken the time to figure out what makes you happy?

Do you think that losing 20 or 30 pounds will make you a happier person?

Maybe for a little while, but studies show that we humans have a happiness set point so even when wonderful things happen in our life to increase our happiness eventually we go back to our original happiness set point.

Studies also show that your happiness set point is not set in stone. There are ways to increase your overall happiness.

That’s what I teach.

It seems to me that when you lose weight it is a conditional happiness not a true happiness.

What if you gain the weight back? Do you then feel unhappy?

I call this the emotional yo-yo.

What if you could learn how to be happy regardless of how much you weigh?

You could create a whole new outlook on life.

For example, think of the last time that you felt really happy. Do you have a memory in mind?

Can you bring yourself back to that happy feeling?

What if you could access this kind of feeling anytime you wanted? 

Did you know that this is not only possible but it is your natural state of being?  Sadness, anger, grief, remorse, guilt are a foreign state of being.

Your true state of well-being is happiness that is why it feels so good and sadness feels so bad. 

So just be happy and the weight will come off?

When you improve your level of happiness you create a new path in life that opens up new portals to your greater good that you may have not realized existed before. 

If you are ready to learn how to increase your happiness and open new portals to your greater good then you need to check out The Happiness Factor Weight Loss System. 

In the next couple of weeks you will be able to learn more about my revolutionary approach on how to lose weight and more importantly how to create a more joyful life. Please stay tuned!!  

Did you ever have conditional happiness  due to weight gain or loss?

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