Posts Tagged 'Self-Image'

Focus on Belief

Published on: 2017-05-12 6:49:23 AM | Motivational Letters

You haven’t really been eating that well in the past month. Really, you’ve only ‘forced’ an average of 2 or 3 exercise sessions weekly. You’re feeling guilty that you aren’t disciplined. You just can’t “seem to get back on track”. Sound familiar? Actually it sounds like most of us at some point in time. Now, this is exactly the moment that you must believe in yourself. No matter how many times you may have failed, no matter how many times ...

Affirmations

Published on: 2017-03-24 7:02:35 AM | Motivational Letters

Every one of you has the potential to achieve whatever it is you would like to have or become!  I truly believe this.  To quote Norman Vincent Peale: “Believe in yourself!  Have faith in your abilities!  Without a humble, but reasonable confidence in your own powers, you cannot be successful or happy.” But, we need the mental tools to accomplish the sometimes difficult task of self-confidence in oneself, a sense of purpose, and ongoing belief of our ...

Choices We Make

Published on: 2016-08-26 7:39:51 AM | Motivational Letters

Over the past little while, I’ve listened to many people tell me how they “just can’t stop snacking in the evening.” Or, they talk about how they “just can’t get back on track.”  What they are describing is a choice they have made. They have pre-determined that they are unable to stop snacking. When you choose to see yourself as incompetent or incapable, you will experience incompetence and incapability. When you choose to see yourself as unable ...

Our Purpose

Published on: 2015-10-16 11:27:00 AM | Motivational Letters

As I was reviewing one of my favorite bedtime books I was once again struck by the simplicity and directness of our reasons to be alive and to continually attempt to change. The book is titled “HIT” which stands for ‘Humans in Training’ by Jay D. Allen. I’m hoping the author would not mind me passing on some significant passages to you. There is an excellent quote by George Bernard Shaw which states, “People are always blaming their circumstances for what ...

Nobody Bats 1000

Published on: 2015-06-05 8:58:00 AM | Motivational Letters

Many people I talk to tend to focus in on what they haven’t achieved in their weight loss program rather than what they have achieved. For some reason, it is always the one bad choice that sticks out in a person’s mind rather than the ninety-nine good choices. A problem that we all experience as humans is that we focus on our failures; we feel guilt and anger when we let ourselves down. Improvement, however, is all about filling our lives with more positive experiences and it is ...