6 Surefire Ways To Lose Weight Fast

Reaching your fitness goals is not always easy. Nearly everyone has struggled with controlling their weight, dealing with stress, or just sticking with the habits of a healthy lifestyle.

In this video, you will learn the 6 strategies to lose weight fast with a mindset shift. This is what I  teach my clients and you can do it too!

Follow these 6 strategies and get ready to transform into your best self!

Research shows that if you get your mind right, results will follow.

Shifting your mindset about weight loss is the biggest factor in losing weight. Once your mind is on board anything is possible!

The saying “what your mind believes your body achieves” is very true.

By making simple changes in how you think about food, you can cultivate a mindset that will help you lose weight.

And at the same time, you also have to put in the work.

Here are the six strategies:

Strategy #1 — You have to Have a goal & Believe in your goal.

It’s important to have a goal & believe in it to make it become your reality. You have to believe that you can change your habits, lose weight, and a better lifestyle is waiting.

It takes a lot of work to change habits and not everyone is willing to put in that kind of effort.

Always keep your goal in mind and believe it to make your dreams a reality.


Strategy #2 — You need to have discipline.

Motivation is hard to sustain but discipline lasts. There are days when I’m not feeling motivated, but I am always disciplined. There are times when I want to have a few more drinks than I should or when I feel like chilling on the couch with a pint of halo top ice cream, but I don’t do that all the time because I’m disciplined about taking care of my body & my health. Instead, I enjoy a few drinks here & there or a scoop of ice cream. I don’t deprive myself, but I try not to overindulge either. That’s the discipline required.


Strategy #3 — Take responsibility.

To succeed at losing weight, you have to take responsibility for your actions. You need to believe that you’re in control. If you don’t accomplish your goals, you can’t blame anyone else. This helps make it happen. Envision it, believe in it, and work for it.


Strategy #4 Learn to cope.

Many of us have been emotionally eating since the pandemic started. I know I have felt all of this uncertainty and it’s hard but not impossible to shift the cravings for sugar,  carbs or pizza if you had a bad day.

Preparation is key here so you don’t just grab fast food because nothing was prepared for dinner. Most of all don’t give up on losing weight all together when work is busy, or some other stressful situation happens.


Strategy #5 is Coping Skills.

Here’s the thing…when you decide to lose weight, stress doesn’t disappear. Unfortunately, life is never going to be perfect and stress will always be there. Therefore, if you fall off track every time life doesn’t go your way then it’s time to learn new coping strategies. The goal is to succeed at creating a healthier lifestyle and losing weight despite the challenges life throws our way.

The good news is many of the weight-loss strategies I teach also work to help manage stress.

For example, meal planning and meal prep will help during the week when we are busy with work and activities. Exercise keeps me sane. Drinking protein shakes and eating less processed foods gives me more energy than coffee, but I love my coffee.

I can help you work through the stress and develop healthier coping skills. This will free up space for you to focus on what really matters!

📌 If you are ready to commit to and Live with More Confidence, book your free 30-minute health blueprint call with me to help you jump-start your weight loss. →  https://bit.ly/3D22iGA

Studies prove having healthy coping skills is essential in losing weight. Like I said, life is unpredictable and won’t always go as planned. 


Strategy #6 — Focus on solutions, not excuses.

A mindful strategy that has been very helpful throughout my life & consulting is focusing on solutions instead of excuses.

We use excuses because we’re afraid to fail. So instead of failing at an exercise routine, we say something like “I can’t get to the gym at that time” or “I’m sick” or “Those exercises never worked for me”.  But failure is part of the process. It’s okay to fail. So instead of giving yourself permission to give up, give yourself permission to fail. In order to succeed, you have to be okay with failure. Remember fall 9 times get up 10!

Own your excuses. Is it that you really can’t do “workout & eat healthier”, or is it more you don’t feel like doing “it”.

If you don’t feel like exercising, eating healthy, etc.—own it. Say something like “I know I should exercise this morning but I don’t feel like it or “eating healthy is just not a priority right now”.

It’s important to be real—you can’t change what you don’t acknowledge. Holding myself accountable for my excuses definitely helps me cope.

Sometimes you just aren’t ready for change. We aren’t ready to change our eating habits, prioritize exercise,  and make the time to plan meals.  So instead of stepping outside our comfort zone, we start making excuses.

The takeaway is this—if it’s important then you make it a priority, if it’s not then you make an excuse.

Focus on solutions instead of excuses and you can turn this around.

You have to have a clear goal, believe in it, prioritize and add strategies like coping better, meal prepping and working out. You got this!

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