Finding Your Why

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Chris here again. Welcome to the next video in our series of helping you get results and get you started properly on your clean eating journey and hopefully your weight loss journey as well.

Today we’re looking at motivation. The next people a lot of people have is getting started in the first place but then being motivated to continue long term and having the drive to get the result that you want.

What I’m going to suggest here is that, basically, if you’re feeling unmotivated there’s going to be a reason for that. It’s going to be up to you to find your why. What’s your reason as to why you are doing this? Why did you click on the ad to go to the free meal plan? Why did you download it? Why are you watching this video?

Be honest with yourself and say maybe where you are at the moment is not where you want to be. Maybe you’re overweight. Maybe you just aren’t healthy. You’re not feeling as good about yourself as you could be. Try and find the reason why you’re here, and what you want to achieve, and why you want to achieve it. If you have a vague idea of what you want to achieve then the actions you take are going to be vague and not as driven to that particular goal.

Now, I know I said in the first video you don’t want to really set goals too much and put pressure on yourself. The reason why goals fail most of the time is because the why isn’t powerful enough to give you the determination to push through the hard times. It is pretty hard so you want to make it as easy for yourself as possible. That’s why we’ve got our 7 day plan to give you a good kick start for the first 7 days. Obviously our 30 day free trial of our meal plan online to help you take the stress away from having to deal with all that. It’s hard enough as it is to do everything else.

Motivation, find out your why. What are your reasons for why you want your results? Maybe it’s to look better, feel better, keep up with your kids, not have ill health, whatever it is. Just lock that into your mindset, find out what it is, and just remind yourself of it every day. Get that successful habit starting to form.

All right, so thanks for watching guys.

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  • Kim Rawks

    Reply Reply February 29, 2016

    Motivation is such an important factor for clean eating. But my schedule and social life makes it so difficult. I’m glad some restaurants and are offering better options.

    • Chris Bridger

      Reply Reply March 1, 2016

      Absolutely, makes life easier now days to keep on track when we go out for example. Thanks for sharing Kim.

  • Jennifer D.

    Reply Reply March 2, 2016

    I feel a little shallow asking this but how does one get motivated when you’re happy where you are in life? I have a great job, a great guy and I feel good. I just don’t look as good anymore. ūüôĀ

    • Chris Bridger

      Reply Reply March 4, 2016

      That’s something you need to search for inside of you, often we feel like we must search outwards. However the answer to finding our why is often always found from looking inward.

    • Kim Rawks

      Reply Reply March 23, 2016

      I think as time passes, you’re body changes. In five year, ten years, your body may start changing. Best to find your motivation now.

      • Chris Bridger

        Reply Reply April 2, 2016

        As our bodies change and our lifestyles change our motivation will change too. Its all about be comfortable with change. Good points Kim!

  • Christine

    Reply Reply March 8, 2016

    I’m getting married next year, which I thought would be a massive motivation, and yet I just can’t seem to get started. The other day I was wondering to myself, if I actually got motivated when I got engaged (eight months ago), how much weight could I have lost by now? I don’t want to waste any more time, so I need to try and finally get myself moving.

    • Chris Bridger

      Reply Reply April 2, 2016

      You might try writing out a list. One side of the list write down all the thing that will happen, and how you will feel if you don’t acheive the goals you set for yourself. on the other side of the list add all the positive feelings you will get from achieving the results. After writing these to lists you might have enough motivation to take action! Thanks for sharing Christine.

  • Erin

    Reply Reply March 12, 2016

    Another interesting and great video.

    I think finding your reason to do succeed in what your goal is very important. Amazing video!

    • Chris Bridger

      Reply Reply April 2, 2016

      Thanks Erin glad you got something out of watching it. Goals with plans always lead to good outcomes.

  • Danni

    Reply Reply March 13, 2016

    I agree, it helps n end to have goals in mind, to know why you are doing this, and where you are headed. Motivation is a great motivator.

  • Maddie

    Reply Reply March 14, 2016

    I agree completely! Having a clear goal in mind and knowledge of what you want, why you want it, and what you are doing to get it is the first step to better health and arguably the most crucial step. You can’t put your plan to action if it doesn’t exist in the first place. Love this video!

  • Lynn

    Reply Reply March 19, 2016

    Goals are what helped me lose my weight. I’ve lost 20 pounds. My goal is to to keep it off. I’m finally better better in my own skin again!

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