This is not going to be easy. I’ve never failed at anything I’ve put my mind to and I won’t fail this time. The scale arrived yesterday. I wasn’t expecting it until Monday. Should I get on it now? I committed to starting Monday and Monday it will be.
The other thing that arrived early was support from my prior patients. One gentleman reminded me of what I said to him years ago. Apparently, I said a lot of brilliant things years ago and now I need my readers to remind me of those pearls of wisdom. In this case, I strongly advised him to go to the gym. I told him to get on a treadmill behind a pretty woman and run. It worked. Now, if I can get Renee to walk in front of me, I can start my exercise.
So, I’ve got resolve, a vital component of success. I’ve got a consulting team/coaches who surely will aid in my success. My friend Will Power is present and committed to working with me. I’ve been training for this for years. Hell, I wrote the book. Why am I sweating this?
I’ve never been this heavy in the past. I’m betting that I am 50 pounds overweight. That’s literally massive. What did I tell you when you had a massive amount of weight to lose? I would have told you to lose 5 pounds at a time. I would have recommended that every time you hit a 5-pound goal you reassess where you are and if you want to continue. I also would have been right.
Five pounds is not massive. It is doable! Ready, set, go! I’ll start meal planning and shopping today. I’ll start chasing Renee. If I get lucky, I’ll burn some extra calories.
Here is your music (remember to click on underlined word). Here is your joke:
A guy is standing on the bathroom scale desperately sucking in his stomach.
“That’s not going to help,” says his wife.
“Yes, it will,” replies the man. “It’s the only way I can see the numbers!”
Actually this joke is no longer funny.