110 - Borrow Our Thoughts for Weight Loss

Ryan and I are here to share our old thoughts when we first started weight loss, versus our new thoughts about it now that we’ve been successful. As amateurs, we had drama about the scale and needing to be perfect every step of the way, which only led to unnecessary obstacles that we set up for ourselves. So we want to offer some alternative thoughts that you can implement right now to create different results.

5 min

Something that has been incredibly powerful for me on my weight loss journey is borrowing thoughts from mentors and the people who have created what I want for myself. Your thoughts have to be your main focus if you want to lose weight, and if you’re a regular here, this won’t be a surprise to you.

So this week, Ryan and I are here to share our old thoughts when we first started weight loss, versus our new thoughts about it now that we’ve been successful. As amateurs, we had drama about the scale and needing to be perfect every step of the way, which only led to unnecessary obstacles that we set up for ourselves. So we want to offer some alternative thoughts that you can implement right now to create different results.

Join us to discover the one thing that has made the biggest difference between where we were at the beginning of our weight loss journey and where we are today. We’re showing you why the thoughts you think matter deeply, and how you can begin to slow down the stories that aren’t serving you so you can replace them with ones that will. 

Check out Vibe Club, a weight loss coaching group with the purpose of supporting women that want to sustain a healthy lifestyle.

What You’ll Learn from this Episode:

  • Why the types of thoughts you think matter. 
  • Our old thoughts versus our new thoughts about weight loss. 
  • Why we have to break the connection of food as a reward.
  • How you might be creating roadblocks for yourself on your weight loss journey. 
  • Why consistency is so much more important than intensity.
  • The biggest difference between where we were as amateurs and pros at weight loss. 

Listen to the Full Episode:

Featured on the Show:

Enjoy the Show?

Full Episode Transcript:

On this episode of the podcast we talk about our old thoughts when we first started weight loss versus our new thoughts now that we’ve been successful with weight loss.

Hi, I’m Maggie. I’ve lost a combined 90 pounds after having my two kids and struggling with postpartum depression and anxiety. I teach you how to lose weight a different way, how to fix the thoughts in your head holding you back from finally taking weight loss off your to do list. Losing weight doesn’t need to be a struggle. And it’s my mission to help you love the process all the way down the scale. If you’re ready to lose weight a different way then let’s get it.

Ryan: Good afternoon.

Maggie: Good afternoon.

Ryan: How’s it going?

Maggie: It’s going good.

Ryan: I got some big ass lights in here.

Maggie: I know, I was just helping him fix a light and I realized we also have acoustic panels on the wall that I never notice ever.

Ryan: That’s because they blend in with the wall, yeah.

Maggie: Well, they’re white too. But yeah, we got the setup for the podcast. So we’re halfway through the month.

Ryan: Of December.

Maggie: When we’re recording this, yeah, when you guys hear it we’re going to be three-fourths of the way through.

Ryan: December 2021. Crazy.

Maggie: Yeah. And we’re leaving for Vegas. We’re going on a trip and then we’re also going to California. So we’ve got a lot of traveling coming up in the next couple of weeks. And I think it’s going to be good. How are you feeling about it?

Ryan: Travel?

Maggie: Yeah.

Ryan: I feel fine. I’m fine about Vegas. Christmas in California in terms of eating is just like we’ll see.

Maggie: Yeah?

Ryan: I don’t know. We’ll see. It’s four days.

Maggie: I love Airbnb’s for that reason. We’ve talked about that a lot. Airbnb’s, I will be getting a Walmart – if you guys, if you don’t have Walmart grocery delivery, this is not sponsored. But damn, I would take it, okay, Walmart grocery delivery is amazing for when you’re out.

Ryan: It’s a good investment.

Maggie: It’s the best money I’ve ever spent. And that’s what I’ll be doing when we’re in California. When we’re in Vegas we’re going to be in a hotel so stay tuned to hear how that goes. I’ve got big plans though.

Ryan: Should be fun.

Maggie: So today we’re going to talk about thinking, surprise, surprise. I kind of had this idea the other day but then I also was coaching somebody yesterday who was kind of talking about when she joined Vibe Club. She lost a bunch of weight, 20 pounds and she wants to lose 25 more I think, was the details on that. And she was like, “And I just can’t figure out, I don’t know what the problem is. I can’t figure out. I can’t get to the bottom of it.”

And I explained to her that the only thing that changed between when she started and had that success and now not being able to follow her plan and all that is her thinking.” That’s it. And you can really tell what people think based on the results that they’re creating. You wouldn’t even have to have a conversation with someone if you followed them online, or you just saw what they had in their life, or the way they were experiencing their life. You would know they were thinking something that created that for them.

When you’re having success you’re creating a lot of successful thinking, a lot of successful beliefs. When you are having a bad time you’re creating bad time thoughts. The action that you’re taking, the reason you’re not having success is because the way that your thinking is not conducive to producing success. When you believe you can’t figure it out you will not figure it out, not until you get out of that mindset. When you believe that you can figure anything out, you will figure it out because that’s just the way the world works.

So I was talking to Ryan, I was thinking something that’s been so powerful for me is hearing other people’s thoughts, mentors that I have, people that I look up to, people who have what I want. People who have created these things for themselves that I want to create for myself as well, I have found it to be very helpful to borrow their thoughts, borrow their thinking. And so I thought Ryan and I could both share thoughts that maybe you could try on, you could see if it’s helpful for you. Even if it’s not something you’re able to believe right now, as something to work towards.

Because once you fully believe a thought you have that result in your life. And you don’t fully believe something until that is a result in your life. So we always want to be working toward believing these things because once we truly fully believe them then they’re done. Then they’re in our life. Then they are something that we have. So I wrote some down and Ryan wrote some down.

But I also think, and I didn’t tell you this ahead of time, but I also think what would be helpful is talking about what was the thought before? Sure you have your thinking now and what you believe but you didn’t start there. So what’s one of yours?

Ryan: So I wrote down one from very, very early on before I was able to lose weight. And my thought then was this has never worked. I don’t know what I’m doing. Kind of really hopeless if you have never…

Maggie: Hopeless and helpless.

Ryan: …figured it out up until now what makes you think you’re going to figure it out? And we talk about this thought all the time of just thinking I may have not figured it out but I’m going to figure it out.

Maggie: That one’s one of my favorite ones because you have never figured it out until you figure it out. We use that as the driving evidence, I’ve never done it before, I’ve never done it before, I’ve never figured it out. I’ve never created this. So what? You never create the thing until it’s done, until you’ve created it. You’re always figuring it out until you’ve figured it out. And I was listening to some book the other day, I can’t remember which one it was. But it’s like, you never know what’s going to work until you look backward.

When you create your weight loss, when you create your business, when you create anything in your life, you never know the way that it’s all going to play out, how is it all going to fall together? What’s it going to look like? What does the path look like? And we’re all trying to massively control that. But the truth is the only time you can ever talk about what worked is if you look backward and you’re like, “I did X, Y and Z.” When you’re looking forward you’re just trying different things. But once you’ve arrived then you can look back and say, “This is how I did it.”

So I do think that’s interesting, that’s such a common one. I’ve just, I’ve never lost my weight before. I’ve never stuck with it before. And that’s just such irrelevant information for what you’re capable of doing.

Ryan: Yeah. I just like the optimism in that statement of I’m going to figure this out.

Maggie: Yeah. And that’s what you feel is a thought and a belief that you take with any obstacles that present themselves?

Ryan: Yeah. I’m better with that outside of weight loss to be honest. I’m not as good as I am, there are other parts of my life where I’m better at it than weight loss.

Maggie: But you can borrow that, and you do borrow it. I don’t think you’re giving yourself enough credit for the way that you figure things out. And that’s something to know too that you can also if you have a place in your life where you’re really – Ryan can figure anything out. So it’s like I’m not even going to let that slide, the bullshit of I can’t figure it out as well here. You totally can. He can figure anything out. And sometimes it’s good to take a skill that you know that you have somewhere.

And be like, if I can figure out how to – he can figure out how to do anything with anything, then I can totally figure it out here. And when you bring that, normally you’ll find that the beliefs that you have kind of carry over into a lot of places in your life where you’re like, if you are kind of helpless and hopeless at figuring things out in one area, that’s probably your default reaction is, “I don’t know how I’m going to do this.” And honestly that’s a reaction I have a lot of the time. “I don’t know how to do this. I don’t know how I’m going to figure out how to do this.”

But when you’re able to shift it to like, “I can figure anything out.” Then when the obstacles present themselves, if you truly believe that you can do that you will, you will figure it out.

Ryan: It’s just a little obstacle that you’re just like, “Oh, I’ve just got to get over this little thing because I know I’m going to figure it out.”

Maggie: Yeah. And that’s a much different energy than, “I don’t know how the hell I’m going to get to the bottom of this.” You throw up your own roadblock when you believe your old belief, which is probably why you were running into trouble all the time, because you believed that, until you believe something new.

Ryan: 100%.

Maggie: I do think I have wrote down something similar to that. But one of the ones that I wrote down, and this comes from – I don’t know what kind of thinking to call it. Almost complacent thinking. And I feel I coach a lot of people on this too, just having thinking that’s just like, that just doesn’t really matter. It’s not a big deal. I feel like I was just talking to one of my clients the other day about this. “That is the dangerous place for you to be, when you want more for yourself.” I don’t know. It’s just fine. It’s okay.

It’s like that’s a dangerous place to be because it’s complacent. And it doesn’t have you reaching for more. And I find that that’s one of my brain’s real go to’s is it doesn’t matter. It’s not going to make a difference. It’s not a big deal. I shared this in Instagram the other day. When it came to my workout my brain was just like, it’s not a big deal. Just end early, just do. And although all of those thoughts were true technically, they weren’t helpful in the sense that I had a goal to finish.

So it doesn’t even necessarily matter if your thoughts are true, and you could prove them to me. If they’re not helping you, they’re not helpful thoughts. They’re not good things to be thinking. So a go to me for me is that it just doesn’t matter. It doesn’t matter. My brain loves to tell me how it doesn’t matter. And now something that I’ve been telling myself daily pretty religiously is with belief and oomph. It is what I do today matters. And I got to that place from realizing there were so many days where I told myself it didn’t matter. And it did. That I was just sick of playing that out.

I was so sick of playing out the whole, it doesn’t matter, It’s not a big deal. It’s not very much. It’s just a bite. It’s just a little bit. That whole storyline was just keeping me spinning my wheels. And I was so sick of playing it out, knowing the end of the story but in the moment not being able to see the end of the story, that being able to tell myself, no, what you do today does matter. Because what you do today, and tomorrow, and the next day, and the next day, that will be the culmination of the result that I create for myself if I’m looking to lose weight, whatever my goal is.

I’m not going to keep believing the lie that it doesn’t matter, that it’s just a little, that it’s not a big deal, that it’s not going to hurt anyone. That even if all of those thoughts are true, they don’t help me reach for more. They don’t help me aim for something higher. They keep me spinning.

Ryan: It’s really easy to think that because the speed in which weight loss happens it’s usually over a span of 30 days. So if you think of one out of 30 days, it’s really easy to think that one day doesn’t matter.

Maggie: That’s what I think is most sneaky with these thoughts that I’m talking about is that it’s not a lie. It’s not false. It probably doesn’t matter that much but it’s not the once in a while that’s the problem. It’s that once you start believing stories like that they creep in more and more until you get to the point where it does make a difference. And I’m not even talking only in terms of a result, only in terms of weight loss, only in terms of what you’re working on. It’s also about you being able to trust yourself. It’s not just about this probably won’t affect the scale tomorrow.

We’ve got to keep our view a little bit more broad than that, that’s like follow through is important to me. Doing what I say I’m going to do is important to me. Trusting myself is important to me. Keeping my word with myself the same way I do with other people who I care about is important to me. So don’t let your brain wriggle in there because just it’s like incessant. It will just start to compound and then all of a sudden every single day by 3:00pm you’ll just be like, “I don’t know. I just don’t even care anymore. It doesn’t matter. It’s not a big deal. I’m fine, this is fine.”

It’s that complacent thinking that, again, I know I’ve quoted this before but Tony Robbins, and I just heard Alex Hormozi say the same thing. If you’re not growing, you’re dying. And eventually when you spin in that complacent place, all of a sudden you start to feel like you’re dying. You start to feel like you’re shrinking, you’re going backward, you’re backsliding. And that comes from this bullshit lie that we tell ourselves that things are fine. It’s fine. I don’t want more. This is enough. Why reach for more, we’ve already worked a little bit, this is good.

But it’s a lie because we do want more, and we don’t want to stay where we’re at. And so that’s the biggest one for me lately is I tell myself often, what I do today matters, we’re not going to believe anything else. The thoughts can come in and they can be like, no, it doesn’t matter if you have three more. It’s not a big deal. But the more that I tell myself, no, even this morning, we reminded ourselves, what you do today matters. If you do that thing that your brain is telling you right now, you’re telling yourself that it doesn’t matter. And that’s a lie.

And we know that’s a lie and we’ve played it out. And it’s keeping us stuck. So it does matter. And I’m able to kind of snap myself out of the trance that my brain has me in that’s just like a little bit won’t matter. It’s so important to learn how to have those conversations, first in advance when you’re journaling and you’re visualizing things. But then also really to hone the skill of having those conversations in the moment, that’s when it really matters. It doesn’t matter if you left it on paper in the morning.

Ryan: Interesting. Do you have more written down?

Maggie: Yeah, I do.

Ryan: Yeah, I do. Do you want me to go next?

Maggie: We can just slip swap.

Ryan: Okay. So another early thought I had was I can’t stick with this for more than five days. What I think now is, and I really like this one, my willingness to keep going matters more than my streak.

Maggie: Your willingness to keep going matters more than your streak, more than some arbitrary number do you mean? Say more about it.

Ryan: I think it’s more important, even if say I couldn’t keep going for three or two days and then I jump off and then I go five days and jump off, and then I go eight days and jump off. I think the more important thing is that you’re coming back after you jump off.

Maggie: You’re jumping on.

Ryan: You’re jumping back on. Then whatever the streak is, because eventually no matter what you do that streak is going to naturally get better, and better, and better.

Maggie: Yeah, your overall.

Ryan: At least from my experience, so telling myself, having the thought of let’s not worry so much about the streak. Let’s worry about my ability to accept what’s happened and kind of ignore the streak and then just keep going.

Maggie: I want my perfectionist to turn the volume up on your ears because that’s what he’s talking about right now. It’s getting hyper focused on the fact that I’ve been so good 14 days in a row, getting onto this thing whereas if the streak matters more than the consistency. The streak matters more than the bounce back.

And absolutely not, it doesn’t matter, that’s just something that our grade school conditioning has put into our head that we’re aiming for a 100%. We’re aiming for an A+. We’re aiming to be perfect. We’re aiming to be top of the class. There is no class here. It’s you and you and it’s a class full of you.

Ryan: I think streaks are stupid.

Maggie: I’m trying to think if I find value in streaks. I don’t anymore because for example, I have an app called Don’t Break the Chain. And literally what it is, is it tracks your streaks. I pay no attention to that at all. Because I’m looking at the month. It shows me the month as a whole. I’m looking for the holes. And how many holes in a row. You guys, now that I’m thinking about it, it is so rare for me to have multiple holes in a row.

And that’s something I learned from James Clear. He’s like, “The biggest goal with habits is that you never let it go for multiple days in a row.” Don’t let that chain form because even if you’re doing on and off every other day you’re still consistent 50% of the time. And the gains you can make with 50% consistency are amazing, way better than 22% consistency. So yeah, I think that’s a good one.

And people get really caught up with perfectionistic, I’m not going to say it again, but 75 Hard. That’s a streak. That’s a like, we’re doing it for 75 days in a row and I’ll know I was successful when I see all 75 days filled out. And so sometimes you can feed into these beliefs that that the streak is more important than the consistency. Consistency will always win over intensity, always. Because you can only be intense for so long. You can only hold up intensity for so long.

The truth is that there are ebbs and flows with your journey and times when you’re going to feel laser focused and times when you’re going to feel like we’re doing the bare minimum. And all of that is okay, there is room for all of it. There’s supposed to be all of it. It’s not supposed to be you on level 10 for 82 days in a row. That’s just not how it works. And as much as I say that people, they don’t hear me. It’s just like, no, the goal is perfection. And it’s like no one lost all of their weight with perfection. No one created successful businesses with perfection.

Nobody created wonderful marriages with perfection. Nothing is created with perfection. So why do we think? And I know we have so many podcasts on perfection so I’m not going to go off on a tangent. But we’ve got to question the thinking that perfection equals what we want. Is it my turn?

Ryan: Yeah.

Maggie: This is one again something that I coach about a lot which is I deserve this. I deserve this. I deserve a cookie. I deserve a treat. I deserve some food.

Ryan: Maybe you do.

Maggie: Okay, what do you want to say about that, maybe you do?

Ryan: I don’t know. I’m just playing devil’s advocate here.

Maggie: Here’s what I want to say. I never advise rewarding with food. I think undoing that mindset is one of the most important things that I do as a coach which is just we’re not dogs. We don’t need to reward ourselves with food, and treats, and all that because I believe that those things can be planned into a balanced lifestyle. That would be like me being like, “I lost six pounds in November. I’m going to reward myself with a cinnamon roll.”

How does that make any sense? It just plays into the fact that now that you made some progress you can have that thing you really want. It’s just never going to be helpful.

Ryan: Good point, good job.

Maggie: Yeah, good girl, you did so good in November. And it’s, no, I could have a cinnamon roll on a Tuesday if I wanted to. There is nothing special about that. So I feel making the commitment to no longer reward yourself with food shows that you’re breaking that attachment to if I do really good with my eating I can have a bad thing. I just think it categorizes the food as good and bad. And I find that so much with my clients who feel they just put in a lot of hard work, which again is always a flag for me, is like are we pushing too hard anywhere?

But I have worked really hard, I have achieved this thing. And I just deserve a cookie. Or I deserve a cookie because it’s been a long day. And I used to believe that kind of stuff too, believing that I just, I deserve a break, I deserve a cookie, I deserve fast food, I deserve to eat whatever I want today. And the shift that I have made and the beliefs that I have now are I deserve to follow through. And I deserve to feel proud of myself. That’s what I deserve. And in the moment your brain will tell you, “No, you deserve a sleeve of Oreos.” And it just doesn’t make any sense.

And so many of us are turning to food for a break, for relief, for a reward. Food is to eat. Food is for fuel. I’m not saying there’s no enjoyment around food. But I really would encourage everyone to break the connection between food as a reward.

Ryan: That makes sense.

Maggie: And if you really question it, I always push that, I always push back with my clients when they’re like, “I don’t know. I’ve just been telling myself I deserve it.”

And I’m just like, “Is that true? Is that what you deserve, to have stuck to your plan all week and to be feeling really good with where you’re at, you deserve to eat a bunch of cookies? You just deserve to just eat off the rails for the weekend? Is that what you deserve? Because what that’s going to give you is something that you don’t want. And is that what you deserve, a result that you don’t even want to create? You’re rewarding yourself with gaining three pounds back?” We have to tear it apart and be like, “This doesn’t make any sense.”

I know that in our brains, our brains really connect those things. But when you really strip it down you’re like, “No, I deserve to keep going. I deserve to feel proud. I deserve to feel successful. I deserve to follow through.” Really ask yourself, what do I really deserve? If it’s not a cookie, if it’s not food, and again, if you want a cookie, plan a freaking cookie. We’re not saying, “No, you don’t deserve to have that crap. Don’t ever eat it.” We’re saying, “Don’t use it as a reward for hard work in your weight loss journey.” That’s not a balanced way to live.

Ask yourself, what do I really deserve, if it’s not cookies, if it’s not food, how do I deserve to feel? How do I deserve to feel on Monday? And I really focus on that. I don’t buy into the bullshit anymore that I deserve a cinnamon roll. I can choose to plan a cinnamon roll if I want. It’s a completely different setup there.

Ryan: Yeah, that makes sense. My last one that I wrote down is the scale is annoying me. I used to think that, and I still think that sometimes to be honest. I haven’t mastered it. But most of the time I’m able to tell myself the scale doesn’t tell the whole story and zoom out. And that was really solidified by getting that DEXA scan. You know what I mean?

Maggie: It’s just information you didn’t have that totally existed.

Ryan: The body weight went down 14 pounds but what my DEXA scan showed was that I lost 26 pounds of fat and gained 14 pounds of muscle. So the scale’s not going to tell you that. I don’t have as much trust with the scale as I did because of that DEXA scan. And I guess it’s not just a direct thought swap that I had. But it’s still kind of a working progress. I measure my waist now too as a form of where I’m at.

Maggie: Yeah. When everyone has so much scale drama, and someone had just recently posted in the Facebook group that they got on the scale and the scale was up two pounds and they don’t understand why. And instead of going into binge mode they just processed the information, realized they haven’t been feeling super great and it’s probably related to something completely out of their control. And she moved on with her day. And I just said, “Binge mode will never help a scale that is up.”

We stress ourselves out so much and mentally exhaust ourselves so much that we solve the problem we’re frustrated with about, we solve the problem that we’re frustrated with, with eating a bunch of food and then the scale goes up. And then what? You’ve 10 extra frustrations.

Ryan: You’re just going to exacerbate the problem. ‘The problem,’ quotes.

Maggie: Yeah, ‘the problem’ in quotes, for sure. That’s such an important place to have those mental conversations with yourself. I do it every single time. I just tell myself what else this could be. The scale went up 2.2 pounds just a couple of days ago because I worked out. And I worked out way too hard and my body freaking ached, dude, I was destroyed.

Ryan: You were miserable.

Maggie: I followed my plan perfectly this week, normally the scale would not do something like that. It was a 1,000% related to working out. And yet I could have been like, “Well, I think maybe I don’t need to have lunch anymore.” People either eat over it or they restrict over it. Consistency over it, that’s what you need to do over the scale is just to keep going.

Ryan: There are so many stories made up around what people think after they get on the scale. And after you make up those stories, actions are taken based on those stories. And they’re fairytales that you were telling yourself.

Maggie: Yeah, and you’re making up the shitty side of the fairytale, rather than in a way that serves you, we’re making up the one that’s most detrimental to what we do next. And that’s what we’re trying to show you in this specific podcast is just the people who are new to this, James Cleary talks about amateurs versus pros.

Ryan: He does.

Maggie: So I’m just going to use that in the sense of weight loss, which is just you’re an amateur at weight loss, you’re new. Even people that are new to Vibe Club, new to working with me. You have a different set of thoughts than someone who’s been doing this for five years. My thoughts when I first started weight loss, on the scale were terrible. They were as bad as they can get. I lived and died by what the scale said. Now I’m to the point where I don’t. And the only difference between when I was an amateur at weight loss and a pro at weight loss is I don’t think the same way.

And the biggest way to summarize that is I don’t create, as much as possible I do not create unnecessary drama with my thinking. As much as possible, I try to turn the volume down on the drama, as much as I possibly can because I know that that’s what’s going to help me get what I want the most the fastest. That’s what you all want.

You all want to go as quickly as possible, yet you slow yourself down with the stories that you’re telling yourself about the scale, about how slow it’s moving, about how everyone else is going faster, about how you have to eat a perfect way to be able to lose the weight. I have eliminated so much of the drama. There is of course always still drama, but it’s so much more reduced which is why my speed goes much faster. Until you can get a handle on that and reduce the drama, you’re going to go slower, that’s just the fact. The way that you speed up is you unload all that shit in your head.

Ryan: I like the visual of turning the volume down. It makes me feel calm.

Maggie: I learned that from Jon Acuff. He talks about soundtracks in his – I read a lot of books. Because there’s so many just brilliant people that are talking about the same things that I very much so understand but in a different light. And I’m so grateful for people who write books because I will never be one of them. But he just talks about soundtracks, you have the soundtracks playing but you want to just turn the volume down on them.

Notice it’s not break the CD and throw it out of your car window. That’s not really a possibility in your brain, but turning it down just means it’s still there but it’s not so incessantly loud and screaming at you. We all know what it feels like to have your brain screaming at you. And it’s just like, okay, okay, just kind of like when the music is too loud, or Holden’s iPad is too loud, and he turns it down. And you’re just like, suck of relief.

And the one other thing that I wrote down was similar to your first one which is I don’t know what to do versus I can figure out what to do. And I truly believe that. I truly believe I can figure out what to do when it comes down to anything if I really want to. And then just another good old Tony Robbins quote which is that there’s never a lack of resources, it will always be a lack of resourcefulness. This podcast you guys are listening to is a resource. It’s a free resource. It’s a resource with hundreds of episodes.

However, your resourcefulness with what we talk about is what will determine whether it has an impact on your life. And that’s the same with weight loss, it’s the same with anything you want to learn or do. You’re going to get the information, but you have to use the information. You can’t just nod your head in agreement and say, “Wow. Damn, that was fire. That was a lit ass podcast.” You have to figure out what is one thing from our podcast that you’re listening to right this second that you’re going to implement today, and tomorrow, and this week moving forward that can help you.

And the main focus is your thinking, and what you’re thinking right now is producing the results you’re getting with your weight loss, whether or not you’re losing weight, whether or not you’re feeling fitter, if you’re working out. And if you’re not doing what you want to be doing, it’s the only thing that’s different is the thoughts between someone who does that thing and someone who doesn’t do that thing.

Ryan: Awesome.

Maggie: See you next week.

Ryan: See you.

No items found.