Use This Powerful Formula To Make Fat Disappear
Abraham Lincoln once said: “A goal properly set is halfway reached.”
So how do you get yourself the rest of the way when it comes to Fat Loss success and your goals?
- The answer is called the S.M.A.R.T. formula -
Here’s how it works:
- Specific. Break down your goals. When, where, what time, how many, etc.
- Measurable. You can’t track your goals if you don’t consistently measure. Tracking and measuring equals consistent progress.
- Action-oriented. Based on Action. Always use a verb (e.g., “Achieve,” “Finish,” “Eat”, “Exercise,” “Complete,” etc.)
- Realistic. You need to make sure you stretch and push yourself, but don’t create disappointment or a lack of balance by being unrealistic. This is different for every person.
- Time-bound. (with a deadline) 5 year, 1 year, quarterly, monthly, weekly, daily, etc.
Now that you know how to set S.M.A.R.T. goals, let’s give you a detailed goals action plan.
- Pick one area of your life, preferably fat loss, but ANY area will work.
- Health, Fitness, and Fat Loss
- Family and Relationships
- Career, Hobbies, or Passion
- Personal Growth
- Love Life or Marriage
- Money and Finance
- You HAVE to write them down. We recommend hand written goals. Study after study shows you’re more likely to remember and apply things that you write down. Write 3 to 5 goals based on the criteria above. Here’s a great approach to start with…
- 6 month
- 1 month
When you break your goals down like this, you give yourself small steps. This allows you to achieve your goals in a realistic and progressive manner.
- Read your goals aloud to yourself at least one time a week. Doing this every day is even better. Keep your goals in front of you somewhere you’ll see them everyday. Out of sight = out of mind.
- Visualize the goal as being already achieved in your head when you say it. This is BIG. Your mind doesn’t know the difference between what you visualize and what you actually see, so focus on seeing the goal achieved. This is probably the most powerful aspect of goal setting. If you struggle with visualization, find some pictures you can look at to help you see the goal already achieved. Practice this step and it will get easier.
- Use an affirmation statement by re-stating the goal in present or past tense as if it were already achieved.
Example: “I, John Galt have been able to fit into my size 32 jeans for over a year straight now!” This is best done when you’re all alone with no distractions.
- Take action! If you don’t act on your goal after using these 5 steps, you’re obviously just wasting your time and energy.
So there you go!
A Complete action plan on how you can set and achieve ANY goal in ANY area of your life. The rest is up to you.
- Customer Support Staff