OVERCOMING the 4 Primary reasons you hit weight loss plateaus and what YOU can do about it. Plateaus are not barriers, they are opportunities for Breakthrough.

Here are the 4 reasons I want to talk about today.

  1. Underestimating the power of Free Carbs
  2. Underestimating the power of inflammation and retention.
  3. Underestimating the power of trends and points of resistance.
  4. Underestimating the power of Head Trash


Here’s the deal…

the PERFECT WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM… is the program you can do 7 days a week and fall into a rhythm that just works. You wake up one day and go… huh… I’m down 3 pounds.  Cool.  You didn’t get heavy staring at the scale, I promise. You need to LIVE YOUR LIFE and let the system you’re in do the THINKING and the CALCULATING and the COUNTING for you!  You have support and a SYSTEM with proven science for optimal health if you’re working with our coaching team and That’s the perfect weight loss program.

But, in the middle of it all, these 4 factors must be understood as the ENEMIES of your progress, no mater what program you’ve embraced. No matter how PURE you begin, every tendency in our human makeup is to cut corners, anticipate, rationalize and simplify. Gradually we ACCEPT things and we allow what we are willing to accept to be the barriers to our long-term success.

That’s why we need to be coached and we need to be coachable. Don’t tell me all the reasons you can’t lose weight or WHY you’re different. Let’s go back to these 4 basic areas and see if we can’t find the tiny tweaks that will make all the difference in your understanding and overcoming of weight loss plateaus.

Get rid of the head trash and the choices will become easy. You can make traction every single day toward the person you truly want to be. Let’s do breakthrough together.

About Greg

Greg Yates has been a Chicago area businessman for over 30 years. He’s the author of the book, "Broken - How Being Broken Unlocked The Greatest Success of My Life". He has simultaneously owned 14 different businesses in a variety of industries; including real estate, manufacturing, payroll, and technology. Greg has also been an investor and a board member. He attended Olivet Nazarene University. He has a passion for flying. He’s had a pilot’s license for over 30 years and owned a variety of airplanes. Greg and his wife Vicki have been married over 37 years. They have a son, a daughter and seven grandchildren.

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