Big Picture

Imagine if we added up all the hours, resources and unique potential of every person preoccupied by weight and put it towards something productive?

The 10 Principles - The Big Picture

Take a Minute to Look at the Big Picture

• Trying to figure out how to lose weight gets in the way of your real goals

The 10 Principles makes losing weight easy so you can focus on everything else

• The world needs the one and only original you!


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Teen girls are preoccupied by some degree of disordered eating, spending between
20% and 100% of their waking time thinking about food, weight and hunger

148 billion
The annual revenue of the global weight loss industry
– expected to be $206.4 billion by 2019

67
Percentage of women aged 15 to 64 who withdraw from life-engaging activities,
like giving an opinion, going to school or going to the doctor,
because they feel badly about the way they look

Imagine if we added up all the hours, resources and unique potential of every person preoccupied by weight and put it towards something productive?

Why Do 6 out of 10 Girls Stop Doing What They Love?

And what about the truly shocking stuff? Like:

When a group of girls were interviewed on 20/20, ABC’s primetime news magazine, and asked if they’d rather be fat or lose an arm, they unanimously answered that they’d rather lose an arm – source

Malcolm Gladwell’s book called Outliers: The Story of Success, examines the factors that contribute to high levels of achievement. Gladwell believes the key to success in any field is practicing a specific task for about 10,000 hours.

It took me 10 years to lose 10 pounds.
There are 87 600 hours in 10 years.

Imagine if I focused a fraction of that time discovering my interests and using them to help others?

This blog is dedicated to YOU reaching your potential inside and out.

My goal is to connect with people who want to overcome the same barriers (weight)
that sit between themselves and their unique goals.
I am passionate about prevention.

Don’t reinvent the wheel by struggling on your own, through all the disjointed weight-loss information out there. Lose weight in a way that is tried, tested and makes reaching and maintaining a healthy weight a non-issue. Then you can focus your energy on everything else.

There are so many other wheels that haven’t been invented. So many academic, athletic, artistic and entrepreneurial pursuits – things you love to do – that you can use to add to the world and help the living things you love; the people, animals or environmental causes that need YOU!

If the world were 100 people:
1 would be dying of starvation ~ 15 would be undernourished ~ 21 would be overweight

There are 7 billion people on the planet.
We’re losing billions of brilliant minds due to preoccupation with food, one way or the other.

When you look at the world and listen to it – the magazines, news, and all other media, it seems like half the world is starving and the other half is trying to starve.

Preoccupation around this basic need is an epidemic.
The 10 Principles is a solution.

Take a Minute by K’naan

I was always so preoccupied by trying to lose weight, desperate to prove to myself I could stick to my (set-yourself-up-to-fail) diets that I forgot about all the things I loved to do and everything important to me. So I never considered the big picture and where I fit in it. I just needed to ‘Take a Minute’ to stop and think, reflect and refocus, but I didn’t – I was always onto the next diet, trying again. While there were many pieces that helped put me back together, getting busy with my interests and using them to help others pulled my attention away from trying to lose weight. Redirecting my energy simplified the weight-loss process and helped me reach all my other goals.

This was what my life was like Before and After I learned The 10 Principles.

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