Choose one small change that you are ready and willing to make within 7 days. Here are a few examples:
Use one of the small change examples above or choose a different small change. Choose something that over time will move you closer toward your long-term health and weight loss goal.
One of the biggest mistakes people make is trying to change too much at once. This usually leads to feeling overwhelmed, “failing” and then giving up. To avoid this mistake, make one small change at a time. Other factors that lead to giving up
Once you have decided on your small change, determine your baseline.
You will use this information to set a realistic and specific goal in Step 2.
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