Best Weight Loss Motivational Quotes

Fear Motivational QuoteBelieve it or not, we all tend to live our lives with voiceovers. That’s right – we all hear an internal voice (in a non-crazy way) that plays again and again in a loop. These voiceovers, also known as “self-talk”, can either push us to greater and greater accomplishments, or they can hold us back and make us fearful, or make us feel bad about ourselves.

If you ask highly successful people, they will tell you that their internal monologues empower them and push them to achieve higher and higher levels of success. That’s why it’s important to modify your internal monologue with some of the best weight loss motivational quotes. Let’s discuss why they work, and which motivational quotes will serve you best.

Choose Empowering Self-Talk

The good news is that we can choose what we tell ourselves. As much as many people would rather not believe it, many of the negative results they experience in their lives are at least partially due to the internal statements they keep repeating to themselves.

For example, saying to yourself ‘I can’t afford it’ only serves to ensure that you will actually not be able to afford much. Saying to yourself, ‘I am a loser’ will only push you further down to a downward spiral of self-doubt, low energy, indecision, bad decisions, and even more self doubt.

Best Weight Loss Motivational QuotesIf you want to break the downward motivational cycle you find yourself in when trying to lose weight, make more money, move forward in your business, or working through challenges in your relationships, you need to repeat more positive internal dialogues. Internalize the following motivational quotes, and see yourself reach higher heights of accomplishment in all aspects of your life.

Weight Loss Inspirational Sayings

‘I Am Who I choose To Be’

This is a great quote for people looking to lose weight because it emphasizes the power of choice. You are overweight because you chose certain priorities – you chose a certain lifestyle. It doesn’t pass the blame. Once you appreciate this and once you believe it, you can choose certain actions that will help you lose weight.

You can choose to live a more active lifestyle. You can choose to consult with your doctor about health issues or medications that might be impacting your weight gain. You can choose to eat less. You can choose to feel better about yourself so you don’t drown out your low self-esteem with food.

The key is realizing and acknowledging that you have the ability to choose. This in itself is a form of taking action. You position yourself to taking the positive actions that can make your weight loss efforts successful.

‘My Outer World is a Reflection of My Inner World’

When you repeat this quote, you zero in on a very important principle: you can control your outer world and your actions in your outer world based on how you control your thoughts. This is powerful because you stop empowering things that you have no control over.

For example, you have no control about what other people think, but you can control how you think. By repeating this quote over and over, you can put yourself in a position where you can choose to think empowering thoughts that lead you to take empowering actions. These actions enable you to not just slim your waistline, but feel more in control of your life in general.

The truth is that you are in control of your life. You are always in control. By taking full control over your decisions, you can start making choices that can lead to a slimmer you, and this can lead to even stronger feelings of being in control which leads to even more positive action. Get on an upward spiral instead of a downward spiral of feeling sorry for yourself, feeling you’re not in control, and feeling trapped by other people’s expectations.

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7 Responses to Best Weight Loss Motivational Quotes

  1. Ronnie July 1, 2014 at 4:24 am #

    Very empowering article! It can take us a moment to realize our personal responsibility in how we are living our lives but once we begin to lay aside the ‘victim’ mentality and go about changing those things that we CAN change, our thoughts for one, we can begin to see many positive results.
    There’s a saying that goes ‘a bird may land on your head but he doesn’t have to build a nest’. Lets all ‘shoo away’ those pesky thoughts of self defeat, inability, and helplessness.

    • DrBruce July 10, 2014 at 8:32 am #

      There is so much power in believing you can change your thoughts, Ronnie. So many people never seem to figure that one out. Congratulations.

  2. rubydust July 11, 2014 at 6:34 am #

    I agree completely. Our inner dialogue has such a huge impact on our behaviour, and in turn, our success or failure. Most of the time, we are not even aware of it, as it occurs on a subconscious level. We become so used to thinking a certain way about ourselves, we do it without even realising.

    It’s important to become aware of your inner dialogue, in order to make changes and consciously alter our own beliefs about our personal potential. By repeating inspirational quotes such as the those that Dr Bruce mentions, you will be beginning the process of changing your belief in yourself.

  3. jennmcleod01 July 11, 2014 at 9:51 am #

    Great post. I truly believe that saying positive things will help improve no only your mental health but your physical health also. 5 years ago I wish more people were able to tap into this. Thank you

  4. Bambi July 11, 2014 at 11:14 am #

    This is indeed very empowering article! We can blame everyone or anything else for our health problems, however, some people fail to realize that we are the main cause. Self – motivation is the key to solving most problems in our life, so we all should motivate our selves to take care of our health the same way. I guess some people easily claim to be a victim to the cruel things life throws at them.

  5. it support July 15, 2014 at 3:49 am #

    The key is realizing and acknowledging that you have the ability to choose. This in itself is a form of taking action. You position yourself to taking the positive actions that can make your weight loss efforts successful.

  6. J.Cham December 14, 2014 at 7:21 pm #

    This article is a great representation of the impact we have on ourselves. Whatever, we may be working on weather it be, body image issues, self discovery, self esteem, or the will to keep moving, with positive self assurance anything can be accomplished. Playing the victim role usually involves us feeling sorry for ourselves and we generally use this role as means of excuse to remain in the situations we are in. Although, in some cases we despise this role as it creates a barrier between what we can accomplish and what we feel we can’t accomplish.

    Whenever someone is described as being a victim it generally refers to them being unable to help themselves, or in this particular case, believing that they are unable to help themselves. Before attempting to complete a goal, we must motivate ourselves and bring to our own realization the power we have to make things happen.

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