Making new year’s resolutions often fill us with excitement and anticipation, but more often than not, that excitement fades. As we discussed, there are a few things you can do to help make sure you keep your resolve to stick with your resolutions. This week, we’re going through some of the proven ways you can keep your healthy new year’s resolutions.
Did you set a new year’s resolution to lose weight? If so, good! Getting in shape is one of the most important things you can do to benefit you now and for the rest of your life.
That’s the good news. Ready for the bad news?
According to Statistics Brain, only 8% of people successfully meet their new year’s resolutions. Ouch! Does the low success rate for resolutions mean you’re destined to fail? Not necessarily.
We’ve shared the secret to boost your determination and the three key principles for resolution success. Now we’ve got another secret EVERY successful person knows to achieve ANY goal. Here’s how you can be the 8% who actually SUCCEEDS in 2013.
The Secret to Reaching ANY Goal
If you ever listen to any motivational speaker, you’ll notice something: 99.9% of the time, the speaker will tell you to make sure to pick goals you can measure, and keep track of your progress. Here at HCGDiet.com, we believe the same thing. The fact is, when you measure a goal, you get the following benefits:
- You see whether your current actions are helping your move closer to your goal
- You feel excited when you make progress
- You see ways to improve your progress and move faster toward your goal
Why Measuring Will Guarantee Diet Success in 2013
Those measuring benefits will work with your diet goals or fitness new year’s resolutions–in fact, they’ll SIGNIFICANTLY boost your success rate! The HCG Diet works fast, so when you can see 1 to 2 pounds melting off every single day, you’ll feel an incredible sense of accomplishment and motivation. There’s nothing more exciting than knowing you’re actually losing weight!
Measuring your diet progress is simple. Just make sure to follow these guidelines:
- Use the same scale every time you measure yourself, if possible.
- Measure yourself at the same time every day. (Many people weight themselves in the morning, but you can weigh yourself in the evening if that’s more convenient.)
- Write down your measurements and track your progress.
Joining the 8% of the people who succeed in their new year’s resolutions is far from impossible. In fact, you can almost guarantee success by following the tips and secrets we’ve shared so far.
Come back Friday for the final tip to lock in your new year’s weight loss.
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(P.S.: By the way, if you don’t have a scale that can measure body fat percentage as well as total weight, we highly recommend getting a scale that can. We have scales available at our diet store if you need a great scale at an even better price! Even if you don’t buy one of ours, a deluxe scale is definitely worth the investment.)