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Goal Achievement

How to Set Healthy, Realistic, and Effective Weight Loss Goals

Author: John Assaraf | January 2, 2017

Have you ever lost weight but then gained it back right away? Did it become a pattern for you: Lose weight, gain it back, lose weight, gain it back . . .  even though you exercised everyday?

I know the feeling. This happened to me at least 15 times. I even ate pretty well, except that I loved to eat sugar. I was addicted to sugar. Whether it was a candy bar, frozen yogurt, cookies, cakes . . . And I wouldn't eat one, I'd eat four or five at a time.

So what did I do? I learned how to win the weight loss game.

First, I hired a personal trainer and a nutritionist to help me with the right food plan. That's the easy part; you can find someone to help you get started. But the way I was able to lose the weight (and keep it off) was that I got myself on a mental regimen as well. 

Watch the video to learn how to set healthy, realistic, and effective weight loss goals.

I created a "cheat sheet" and weight loss guide for you to download. It includes 5 secrets health and fitness experts don't want you to know about losing weight. 

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If you'd like to hear me tell my personal journey to health and happiness, which includes valuable information (my best kept secret) on how I was able to keep myself from regaining the weight I lost . . . click the link below and watch the next video in the series.

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About The Author

John Assaraf

John Assaraf is one of the leading mindset experts in the world, with a unique ability to help people release mental and emotional blocks. He's written 2 New York Times Bestselling books, appeared on Larry King, and was featured in 8 movies, including "Quest For Success" with Richard Branson and the Dalai Lama. Now, he is the CEO of NeuroGym, a company dedicated to using the most advanced neuroscience-based brain training programs to help individuals and corporations maximize their potential.

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