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- Diet success takes brains not brawn 8 y
Well, we’re back, and we’re here with some new ideas for staying on a diet.
In our last post we talked a little about the fact that the old tried and true willpower thing isn’t a good way to go when dieting. We started talking about the benefits of having real skills. You know, once you are really skilled at something, it makes that something a lot easier. Willpower is a strain on you, especially if it’s your own willpower we’re talking about here. You probably use willpower to carry the day when you don’t have all the skills at your disposal to do what you have to do. Okay, enough alre ... read more
- Think and plan. Don't go right on a diet. That's not procrastinating. It's just smart.
- What does it take for a woman to stay on her diet? 8 y
It certainly takes more than meets the eye. A food plan and some willpower just doesn’t cut it. Right? How many of you have been there...done that? Here are some of the necessary ingredients (no relation to food).
There are repeated tries. This is a must. Every habit change takes repeated
tries before successes begin to mount up.
A food plan (diet to you) can be a good guide, especially if the food plan
is one that fits with who you are and how you live.
What else? Well, there’s willpower, yes there is. But you’ll run out of
willpower quicker than you would with skillpower. So ... read more
- It takes skillpower, not willpower to stay on your diet.