How can you make your experience with your daily weight-loss process be stimulating and engrossing, something to which you really want to devote time and effort and energy, something that gets your full concentration because its so meaningful to you?
Here are some ways.
Set up your weight-loss environment so that you can get plenty of good feedback from yourself first of all, and then if you can, from one other significant person as well. Seek out “supervision” if you need it. You can provide this for yourself by reading and learning how to do it better, or you can consult someone more knowledgeable. Give yourself the autonomy you need to work the weight-loss steps in the best ways possible for your style of doing things. Set yourself up with opportunities to learn and develop. The weight-loss journey goes a lot smoother if you adopt a learning framework (I will learn how to…) rather than looking simply for performance outcomes (I should have lost more weight this week).
To accomplish this, you might have to create within yourself a brand new weight-loss psychology, one in which you can put into play the more creative, inventive, and resourceful sides of you.