Friday, October 19, 2007

Importance of goals: comment by Roy

I thought this comment from Roy deserved a post. Thanks, Roy!
Roy said...

Good job everyone! We are losing more weight than the teams on that Biggest Loser show, and their entire life revolves around losing weight! One of the most important parts to this whole thing, in my opinion, is setting goals. Every week Jillian and I set a goal. This past week I didn't meet my goal, but still lost and Jill didn't meet her's the week prior, but didn't gain either. Other than that we've met our goals. Having goals creates self discipline, so when we feel like not working out or just having one more helping, with our goals in mind it's easier to do the right thing. Small goals work great. If someone lost 2 lbs a week between now and March, that would be a significant weight and I think everyone would be happy. 2 lbs isn't a lot, maybe just a change in eating habits our taking the stairs instead of the elevator. I know we can continue do great, biggest everyone's biggest goal here should be a healthier longer life. We as a whole have a pretty damn amazing family and I for one want to be around for as long as possible to enjoy it! Oh yeah, James crystal meth is not a safe weight loss method! Hope everyone is having a good week!

October 17, 2007 7:39 AM

1 comment:

GLYNN said...

Everybody having goals in their life goals means the target you have set to achieve something. Companies have also goals, but it’s management and employees that accomplish them. That’s because the company is made up of people and it’s those people that give it life and make it what it is. Without encouraging your employees in the right way of setting and achieving goals, the company will never reach its goals.
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