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Have you ever wondered why people don’t maintain weight loss?  With so many different diet and exercise plans, why can’t people maintain weight loss?

It is because of your thinking. The same thinking that created your being overweight. Too often we are in denial or clueless to our thinking that results in being overweight.  If the thinking that motivated being overweight does not change, diet plans are bound to fail.

There are many ways that people think that will destroy their attempts to lose weight and keep it off.  In

I Changed My Mind, we have identified “I want to eat what I want and be lazy” as the generic thought process that prevents people from losing weight and keeping it off. 

Diet plans basically deprive people of eating what people want. Deprivation is the key to understand why weight loss programs fail. When people are deprived of eating what they want, the conscious or unconscious urge to eat what they want becomes stronger and stronger. It is just a matter of time before the urge to eat what you want to eat overcomes eating food crafted by a diet plan. Regrettably, the lost weight returns.

If the thought pattern “I want to eat what I want and be lazy” is not successively managed, weight loss success is unlikely. A successful weight loss program must find a way to avoid deprivation of “I want to eat what I want to be lazy”.

We created I Changed My Mind  to share with you different thought patterns that you can use to manage  “I want to eat what I want and be lazy”. These thought patterns avoid deprivation. In order to avoid depriving patterns of thinking, it has been necessary to think outside of the box. We have discovered different ways to think and manage “I want to eat what I want to be lazy” without creating deprivation. 

It will be necessary to add one or more of these different ways to manage“ I want to eat what I want to be lazy” to your diet or exercise plan in order to become successful. 

In I Changed My Mind, “I want to eat what I want to be lazy” can be conceptualized in many ways. We have many successful thought processes or tools to prevent “I want to eat what I want to be lazy” from destroying your chances of being successful. You can think of “I want to eat what I want to be lazy” as:

1. A self-defeating urge. How To Think To Lose Weight and Keep It Off and/or the Turnaround Eating Choice are the Programs to show you how to manage “I want to eat what I want to be lazy” as a self-defeating urge. Reducing the self-defeating urge is crucially important for you to be successful. This is the best program for reducing deprivation while pursuing your satisfying weight. This is the original and most powerful program in I Changed My Mind and is a must get for you.

 

2. A misguided reward. How To Think To Lose Weight and Keep It Off and/or the Turnaround Eating Choice are the Programs to show you how to manage “I want to eat what I want to be lazy” as a misguided, self-defeating reward that prevents weight loss.

 

3. A rebellion. How To Think To Lose Weight and Keep It Off and/or the Turnaround Eating Choice are the Programs to show you how to manage “I want to eat what I want to be lazy” and stop the rebellion against your desire to lose weight. 

 

4. A signal. The Wake-Up Choice Program will show you how to manage “I want to eat what I want to be lazy” as a signal. The urge “I want to eat what I want to be lazy” is not perceived to be a problem or a permission to eat what you want to eat and be lazy. When you are aware of the self-defeating urge, you are being warned that “to eat what you want and be lazy” is self-defeating and should be avoided.

 

5. A frustration. The Responsible Choice Program will show you how to manage “I want to eat what I want to be lazy” as a frustration. The self-defeating urge can be interpreted as a frustration that is necessary to accept and delete from your mind if you’re going to be successful. 

 

6. A child in control. The Child Choice Program and the Weight-Loss Dynamics Program will show you how to manage “I want to eat what I want to be lazy” as the Child part of your personality being in control. The child part of your personality is highly emotional, irrational, and does not care about consequences. “I want to eat what I want to be lazy” is also highly emotional, irrational, does not care about consequences. Not achieving your desired weight has been caused by the child part of your personality being in control. 

 

7. An absent parent. The Parent Choice Program and the Weight-Loss Dynamics Program show you how to manage “I want to eat what I want to be lazy” by becoming a strong parent for yourself. 

 

8. A weak adult. The Adult Choice Program and the Weight-Loss Dynamics Program show you how to manage “I want to eat what I want to be lazy” by stopping denial of the consequences caused by this self-defeating urge.

 

9. An opportunity. The Checkpoint Choice Program and the Weight-Loss Dynamics Program will show you how to manage “I want to eat what I want to be lazy” as an opportunity. When self-defeating urge enter your mind, it is an opportunity to make a decision that will result in your being successful. 

 

10. A checkpoint. The Checkpoint Choice Program and the Weight-Loss Dynamics Program will show you how to manage “I want to eat what I want to be lazy” as a progress report. It helps ensure that you are making genuine progress and not deceiving yourself.  Whenever the self-defeating urge enters your mind, it is time to check how well you have been thinking and doing.  It is important to make sure that you are being successful in your thinking in the present and also on course to be successful 5 years from now.

I Changed my mind - program overview

1. The Freedom Choice is the program to ensure you are motivating yourself with freedom as you pursue gaining and living at your satisfying weight. It is important not to motivate yourself with guilt, fear, or hopelessness based upon past failures.

2. The Big Choice is the program to reprogram your mind to take care of yourself and to identify the benefits of taking care of yourself.

3. The Power Choice is the program to apply three steps to successfully achieve any goal that is necessary to take care of you or to live at your satisfying weight.

4. The Responsible Choice is the program to cope effectively with the frustrations necessary to achieve and live at your satisfying weight.

5. The How to Lose Weight and Keep It Off and The Turnaround Eating Choice are the programs to turn self-defeating thoughts and behaviors such as “I want to eat what I want and be lazy” into successful thinking to help you gain your satisfying weight.

6. The Turnaround Diet Choice is the program to turn self-defeating attempts to lose weight, such as dieting, into successful motivations to gain your satisfying weight.

7. The Wake-Up Choice is the program to provide empowering reinterpretations of your self-defeating thoughts, feelings, behaviors, activities, relationships, or external circumstances associated with your being overweight as signals to refocus and act to achieve and live at your satisfying weight.

8. The Child Choice is the program to manage the highly emotional, irrational part of your personality so you can successfully achieve your satisfying weight.

9. The Adult Choice is the program necessary to determine your goals, actions, frustrations, self-defeating behaviors, benefits, and consequences for making rational decisions to gain and live at your satisfying weight.

10. The Parent Choice is the program necessary to accept, love, empower, and validate yourself in the process of gaining and achieving your satisfying weight. Parent Choice is to reduce guilt.

11. The Right Choice is the program to reprogram your mind by replacing past, self-defeating thinking with thoughts consistent with achieving your satisfying weight.

12. The Checkpoint Choice is the program to check your progress to make sure you are thinking to gain and live at your satisfying weight and second to ensure you are feeling satisfied during the pursuit of gaining your satisfactory weight as well as when you are at your satisfying weight.

13. The Time Choice is the program emphasizing the importance of thinking in the present to gain and live at your satisfying weight. This choice makes sure that the past is not being recreated in the present and future.

14. The Relationship Turnaround Choice is the program to reduce self-defeating relationships that can prevent you from gaining and living at your satisfying weight.

15. The Relationship Choice is the program to create satisfying relationships in the pursuit of your satisfying weight.

16. The Letting Go Choice to Live at My Satisfying Weight is the five-step program to let go of self-defeating thoughts, feelings, and behavior associated with your failure to live at your satisfying weight and the painful emotions associated with failing to achieve your satisfying weight.