Here’s little quiz for you.
1. Do you love to eat? Ice cream, chips, fried foods, big slices of fresh bread, chocolate, cheese, sauces… Any of those making you drool?
2. Are you slacking off on the amount of exercise you should be doing? Making excuses to get out that exercise video, go to the gym, or even take a 1/2 hour walk every day? Who has time for that?
3. Do you wish you had more disposable income? Maybe an extra $100 per month to start?
If you answered “Yes” to at least 2 of the three questions above, you’re going to love this article.
But, first, don’t feel badly if you aren’t eating well enough and aren’t exercising enough. You aren’t alone.
If you’re like most humans on the planet – you love to eat. Maybe a little too much. And, again, if you’re like most people on the planet, you’re not getting enough exercise. Perhaps you’re too busy working or taking care of your family, but the fact is that you’re not taking good enough care of yourself. And, finally, if you’re like most people on the planet – you’d like more money.
Here’s what I’m going to propose.
The cool thing is that you don’t HAVE to be an expert to succeed at this. In fact, the more believable you are as a flawed human being, the better off you can do.
Think about this. Who is the average American more likely to believe and trust?
1. Someone who has 3% body fat and looks like they spend all day at the gym and have natural genetics for general awesomeness?
2. Someone who has a before picture where they weighed 400 lbs and an after picture weighing in at a healthy 170?
I would want to know how the second person pulled it off. Don’t you?! Not only that, but if the blog was believable, I’d probably tell my friends, post on Facebook about it, and buy everything they offered about how I can lose weight, too!
So what does this mean? Simple. People search online for solutions to their problems. A BIG problem for people is their overall weight and lack of exercise. So, if you set up a blog, you can not only help those people but … and this is the best part … hold yourself accountable to lose weight, too.
Your first blog post can be as simple as this:
“My name is Sally and I have a confession to make. I need to lose about 80 lbs. How’d I gain it all? Well, it snuck up on me one potato chips at a time, but I’m determined to lose it because (insert your reason why here). I’d like to use this blog as a diary to show you how I do it. I’ll share the ups and downs along the way. Share anything that works really well. And, the fads that I try that don’t. So you can avoid them! Please come back often to see how I’m doing. I’d love to cheer you on, too. So please comment and let me know how much weight you need to lose so we can do it together.”
You can do that. It’s as simple as writing an email.
The only trick is in getting started. That’s where I come in.
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