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How to Keep Your New Years ResolutionsIt seems like it happens every year. You resolve to lose weight in the new year. This time, you mean it. Enough is enough. The pounds are going to come off. A gym is going to be joined. It's time to get serious. But for every person who starts the year with this committed approach, only a minority will reach the fullest extent of their body weight goals. The rest will, unfortunately, seccumb to all the usual temptations of laziness, poor eating choices, or a "that's good enough" attitude after making a little progress towards their weight loss goals. So how can this year be different? Here are four tips for sustaining the energy of your new years resolves well into the summer and fall months to achieve full, lasting weight loss change: 1. You have dreams, not resolutions. Resolutions can sometimes flirt closely to a form of self-punishment. It begins to become easy to lecture ourselves about how we "should" do this and "should" do that. Next thing we know, the little voice in our head is something we want to escape from, not a natural source of positive inspiration.
A recent article in the Harvard Business Review observed that instead of making resolutions, dream instead. Dreaming is about spending time visualizing body weight goals. We can be most effective in achieving our goals when we have a really clear picture of what they are. So dream, dream and dream some more! Visualization for weight loss is a good thing.