To drive home my point, I'd like you to try something. Take a minute and think about how much you weighed 10 years ago, then compare that to today. My guess is, the number is a little higher than it was 10 years ago, which is normal for most. As we age, we tend to weigh more.
Now, I want you to envision yourself in 10 years. How would you feel to be 10 pounds lighter? For most, that would be a great accomplishment! I'll use myself as an example. Ten years ago I was 165 lbs. Today I'm about 195. If you told me that at age 37, I'd be 185, I'd be a happy camper. Now when you break that down, that comes out to 1 pound every YEAR, which is next to nothing, but over time it adds up to something great.
Please understand that your weight doesn't necessarily equate to good health, but it's obviously an easy way to measure success LONG TERM. This week I challenge you to make changes that will last for 10 years, instead of 10 days. Check out the video for more!