There is No "Try"

Do or do not. There is no “try”.


I hate the word "try".

Whenever I tell my clients to eat good over the weekend and they say, "I'll try", I know that means they are most likely NOT going to eat good-and they know it. 

Saying I'll "try" is a copout. It makes yourself feel good by saying that at least you're going to "try" to eat good, even if you know you're not going to. "Trying" to eat good does nothing for you. You either do or you DON'T. It's that simple.

No one ever succeeded saying, "I'll try". Success in anything comes from having the mindset that you WILL accomplish what you set out to do, no matter what. You won't let anything stop you. There's no I'll "try"-it's,"I WILL do this". There's a huge difference, and your mindset will determine whether you succeed or fail at your fat loss efforts.

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  1. The only thing I ever say, "I'll try" to is when someone says, "don't work too hard" because I know I WILL work my a$$ off! I am always on auto-pilot! My boyfriend can't keep up with me!

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  2. Yup, I think that's the only time I've said that, too!

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