Everything is a choice - from deciding what you will eat for breakfast, to whether you will take healthy snacks out with you, or dive into the nearest fast food place instead.
Making the right choices for the right outcomes takes planning. Just using weight loss as an example, if you wander into a supermarket without a shopping list, and allow yourself to be tempted by the fresh smells in the bakery, or the offers on chocolate that are placed within easy reach ... then you are never going to lose weight.
If you really do want to lose weight, then you would make better choices. You would shop online so that the scents and sights don't distract you. You stick to your list, and return to it for each following shopping session, so it becomes faster and easier each time.
Once you have added everything you need for a healthy, balanced diet, then you can look for offers, and stock up on the basics that you always need. This means you will always have food in the cupboard that supports your new choice to lose weight.
Now you have done the planning, and taken responsibility for what is in your cupboards, your fridge, and your freezer - you will lose weight. If you say you 'had' to have biscuits - ask yourself how they got into your house? Eliminate all temptation and all excuses, and get into your new healthy habits.
Are you choosing what you really want, or are you choosing to stay exactly as you are now? Know that you make that choice every minute of every day. If you don't really want to lose weight because it takes long term commitment - then save your energy for what you really do want.
Everyone needs help and support to make changes - and that is always available. When you choose the right help for you, and make that first step forward, then you know you're ready. The Z Point Process makes changing easier, because it can remove your limiting beliefs which are always there - and they're the reason you haven't been able to change on your own.
Get in touch when you choose the comfy chair over your comfort zone! See this previous post.
"Men are anxious to improve their circumstances, but are unwilling to improve themselves; they therefore remain bound." - James Allen
"Habits of thought persist through the centuries; and while a healthy brain may reject the doctrine it no longer believes, it will continue to feel the same sentiments formerly associated with that doctrine." - Charlotte Perkins Gilman