Day 1: Find Your Real (Not Pretend) Motivation


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Welcome to Day 1 of the 30-Day Weight Loss-athon! Let the fun begin. :)

We only have 10 minutes, so I’m going to get straight to today’s action task. This task will provide fuel to fire your motivation for the month ahead. I suggest you read through the steps first, then take 10 minutes to work through the steps.

And because we only have 10 minutes, you need to move fastact quickly and stop over-thinking. Just throw yourself in. Ready?

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44 thoughts on “Day 1: Find Your Real (Not Pretend) Motivation

  1. Jenny says:

    Day one – I made my list, and I found my motivation. It’s about getting healthier for me, and making the right food choices. So I have created a little motto for the next 30 days: Knowing the value of what I eat will lead me to peak health! So I’m going to really be thinking about what I’m eating and making sure I’m choosing the good stuff.

  2. stacy says:

    Day one, I SHOULD lose weight due to health reasons-risk of diabetes, aching joints and pain-unfortunately that fact just seems to weigh me down even more. I want to lose weight so I look better, I want to be able to put on attractive clothes and have the get up and go to put on make up and do my hair. I am tired of the negative talk and gossip about me. Hope I can accomplish something through this course, I really need it!

    • Kylie Browne says:

      Hi Stacy,

      Welcome to the program. How are you finding it so far?

      A little progress each day can be very motivating. I sympathise about the negative talk you are experiencing. That can’t be pleasant for you. Perhaps you can flip it on its head and think of the end result instead. Imagine the positive talk when you lose the weight. I’m sure they’ll be envious of your achievement.

      Good luck with each day’s task.
      Kylie
      Community Manager

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