100. Break it Down

Let's stop to take a moment to look back on how far we've come as professional women. We've worked incredibly hard, learned all the lessons (both good and bad), and we should be proud of all that we've accomplished!

As we look back, let's think about all the steps, twists, and turns that we took along the path to get to where we are now. We've come a long way, but for most of us, our accomplishments didn't come in one fell swoop. They were the results of breaking down the journey into smaller, attainable, and gratifying steps, that one-by-one led us to where we are today.

I think the process of breaking down a larger goal into smaller steps is a crucial part to accomplishing anything that's important to us, because it helps us to stave off feelings of overwhelm and doubt, and gives us a sense of direction during the journey. 

Weight loss is no different, which is why in this episode of the Vibrant MD Podcast I talk about how I like to think about breaking weight loss down into steps that make the process easier and enjoyable. As you'll hear as you listen, depending on how you're feeling, depending on how the landscape looks ahead of you, breaking it down can be a helpful way to go because there's a wonderful satisfaction in focusing on what's immediately ahead of you.

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