|Setting Weight Loss Goals Can Cause You to Crash and Burn|
From the moment we entered this world, people have been pushing their ideas and suggestions at us.
One of these suggestions is that we need to set goals.
The idea of setting weight-loss goals is driven by the belief that we will receive a certain reward for having achieved the goal. Being different than we are now is supposed to bring approval and relieve our feelings of anxiety and insecurity.
We hate where we are now, so we have a low-carb weight-loss action plan that will enable us to get the fast results we're hoping for.
Whether that happens or not, that's what we believe, so we experience this insatiable desire to achieve our goal. It's almost like an obsession, at times. The urge to get what we want, when we want it, in return for our efforts, is just that strong.
Goals can motivate you to stick to your weight-loss plan. That's what we've been told. The reward factor will give us that little boost in courage we need to keep going. However, there are several negative effects that occur when you grasp onto the iron rod of goal setting, and these effects can be dangerous to your low-carb diet.