What’s It All About?
When people who hadn’t seen me for a while learned how much weight I’d lost, the first question was invariably — “How did you do that?”
I’m very open. There is no deep dark secret, no magic bullet, no deal with the Devil. You don’t have to be a medical doctor and you don’t have to know about nutrition and exercise and all that stuff. Most of it is nonsense, anyway.
But what I know for certain is that anything is difficult to do alone. And losing weight — especially a large amount of weight — is probably the toughest.
If you know what to do — you still may not do it. Or you may try some intuitive short-cuts that are actually counter-productive. You may lose your momentum and get depressed.
Support groups have been successfully utilized in a great many areas. People getting together for a common cause gain synergy — the multiplication of success the exceeds the simple adding of more effort.
Keeping in touch with others who are doing what you are doing, or who have gone through what you’ve gone through, or are suffering doubts and need a bit of cheerleading will help you as much as it helps them.
Utilizing the power of the internet for discussions, audio and video demonstrations and all the other wonderful things technology has made available gives us some powerful tools to achieve what might be considered impossible under any other circumstances.
Likewise, having a knowledgable person who has been there and done that (that would be Moi) will guide you through the misinformation and disinformation and politically correct blather that accumulates from the mass media and the World Wide Web.
I urge you to sign up and join us — It is absolutely free and you can sign out any time you want.
If you want to succeed, I want you to succeed. Let’s all work together.