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It occurred to me one day when I was training Hollie why persistence is such an overlooked and underrated ingredient in stepping on stage or weight loss success. So I looked at the philosophy I’ve used to make successful clients changes in there own life.
Hollies own reasoning goes like this:
If you fail 9 out of the first 10 times then you try, and then you fail 8 out of the next 10 times then try, and then fail only 7 out of the third 10 times then try, are you moving in the right direction?say’s Hollie
You see If they keep doing that, do you think they will get to a point when they succeed more times than they fail?Shit Yea !
And Just like Hollie she will ultimately get to a point where success becomes the norm, and failure the rare exception? If you do get to that point, will your problem then be behind you?
For Hollie is was that one single shift I observed that took her from net failure to net success, which is all you really need. All you need to do is to be willing to stay with it, to keep from condemning yourself for the inevitable interim failures, and to focus on your gradually increasing success.
In time, your mindset will change, your attitude will change, and your weight will change. With your commitment, your ever-increasing self- awareness, and your ever-growing self-reverence, your success will be inevitable.
This is exactly how I have eliminated my own self-sabotaging beliefs and attitudes in the past, how I do it now, and how I will continue to do it in the future.
So the take home message is this “The only real failure is quitting-which for me, simply isn’t an option.”