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Can’t Figure Out What to Focus on To Lose Weight? Use the Jigsaw Puzzle Technique

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When I was on an epic quest to try and cure my own IBS, I made the biggest health myth possible.

I figured that once I found the right plan for me, it would be a piece of cake. Results would come easily. The pain would go away. Everything would be magical and happy.

But I tried one thing. And then another. And then another. And I realized that this “silver bullet” idea – that we just need to find that one right thing – is complete crap.

Instead, it was more like putting together a jigsaw puzzle.

In today’s episode, we’re going to talk about this jigsaw puzzle theory of weight loss – a complete revelation for how to go about achieving your goals.

The Jigsaw Puzzle Technique For Losing Weight

Now, I want to hear from you below. In the comments below, tell me:

Did you ever fall for this “silver bullet” type thinking? What did you try out that you were SURE would be “the thing” that would solve it all? Tell me below.

I want to hear your thoughts.

-Alex

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Read more about this in my book Master The Day. You’ll learn the nine daily success habits I learned interviewing people that lost 100+ pounds and kept it off in a healthy way – by changing their habits. Plus, you’ll get a free $100 video course if you show me your receipt.

Have You Read My New Book Yet?

  Read more about this in my book Master The Day. You’ll learn the nine daily success habits I learned interviewing people that lost 100+ pounds and kept it off in a healthy way – by changing their habits. Plus, you’ll get a free $100 bonus video course if you show me your receipt. You can get the audiobook here too.

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  1. Thanks for this brilliant idea. Totally makes sense. We have always spent time wanting to find and to stick to the one and only “solution” with no results whatsoever.

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    1. Exactly! It’s a small change, but in my experience, a really important and effective one.

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