Why A “C” Give You An “A” In Losing Fat (Part 3: ABCs…)

I’ve actually got 2 C’s for you today.

I was really trying to decide which one I was going to discuss
but decided both.

So far we’ve covered –

A – “Admission” – accepting responsibility for your situation
and paying a price for change

B – “Beliefs” – your beliefs start with your thoughts and control
your actions, and ultimately results.

If you want to know more, check your emails from yesterday
and Wednesday.

Today we need to discuss the final point – or final two points:

C #1: Confession.

If you want to actually see change and be changed, you MUST
speak your desired reality.

It’s called “confession.”

It’s literally speaking your future into existence.

Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know it sounds hokey.

And there’s a very good chance you think I’ve lost my mind.


Before you dismiss this – consider this:

Everything you’ve ever accomplished in your life you’ve
first purposed to do it in your mind and heart, and then you
talked about it – told others about it

“I’m going to get my degree in _______.”

“I’m joining the ______ to serve my country.”

“I’m going to go to the SFG.”

Sound familiar?

You bet it does.

Tell me if this sounds familiar:

“Man, I’m fat. Why am I so fat?”

“I’ll never lose this fat!”

“Fat loss is so frustrating! I can never seem to lose this weight!”

Mmm-hmmm. You bet it does.

What you’re doing when you say things is speaking failure over

Consider this proverb:

“From the fruit of their mouth a person’s stomach is filled;

    with the harvest of their lips they are satisfied.

The tongue has the power of life and death,
     and those who love it will eat its fruit.”

– Proverbs 18:20-21

What does that really mean?

It means you reap what you speak. You literally create your
reality from your words.

Again, I know this sounds strange, but it’s true.

With the exception of two things in my life I’ve yet to
accomplish, I’ve literally spoken my entire reality into

And I KNOW I will achieve those two things.

Of course your “confession” is based on your beliefs.

So make sure you’ve got those right and you’ll be on your
way to achieving your fat loss goals.

Now on to our next “C” – which is really the final piece of this

Neither Admission, Believing, or Confession will work if
you don’t do them –


C#2: Consistency.

You must be responsible to change your behavior and
maintain that behavior change – Consistently.

You must continue to control your thoughts, feelings, and
beliefs, monitoring your internal dialogue and self-talk
for anything contradictory to your goal – Consistently.

And you must continually confess your positive outcome –
tell yourself, tell others, speak as if it’s a foregone conclusion
Consistently – and it will be.

“Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa!

Where’s the KB workouts come in?”

Well those have to be done consistently too.

How do you ensure you maintain consistency with them?


Follow a simple, proven, non-complicated plan that not
only breeds consistency, but builds your foundation for
fat loss –

Strength – and allows you to routinely, consistently, measure
your progress – you know – see results.

Get “Kettlebell STRONG!” – do 2-3 workouts a week, follow
a simple, proven nutritional plan to get you lean (The Permanent
Weight Loss Solution) and you’ll consistently see those
steady results.

Practice Confession and Consistency and you’ll have
an “A” in fat loss – that is – you’ll get the results you’ve
been looking for.

Talk soon.


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