You Are Not The Busiest Person In The World

We all get mentally lazy and imagine that what we do is the only way to be. This is the basis of excuses. And there are always excuses for doing nothing or just carrying on in the same old ways.

So it’s time to ditch the excuses and the first step to doing this is to face up to the fact that that is all they are. Excuses, they are not true, they do not have some magical power, they are not set in stone.

If you see a good weight loss hypnotherapist they will use hypnotherapy to show all parts of your mind how those excuses are holding you back. Soon they will feel the little, irrelevant things, which they are.

But there is something else you need to do as well, to really make sure that the changes you are making are permanent.

I’m going to show you some common excuses and what you can do about them. All of these have come up in my own work with clients, so don’t feel that you are the only person who has ever gone through this. So, if you recognise yourself in at least one of these, and I bet you will, then answer the questions.


Excuse One: the busiest person in the world

Are you the person who says, “I never have the time to exercise!” However busy you think you are you can fit in some exercise. And why not start with walking, it is one of the best forms of exercise you can get.

So answer these questions honestly


On the way to work

How do you get to work? If it’s by public transport, I would suggest getting off a stop earlier and walking. So make sure you have comfortable shoes and weatherproof clothes. Walk at a brisk pace.


At work

Do you have a lunch break? Take a walk every lunchtime. It doesn’t matter where; just make sure you get out for at least 20 minutes. If you can’t manage 20 minutes then get out for 10 minutes.

Do you work above the ground floor? Walk up the stairs at work rather than taking the lift. If you find this too difficult then start by walking up one floor and then get the lift, then two floors and then three. Walking upstairs is the same as walking up a hill, it will get your circulation and breathing working and stretch your muscles.