When you’re working hard at health and wellness, there’s nothing more frustrating than moving forward all day only to feel like nighttime eating sabotages your efforts.
If you’re frustrated with a nighttime eating habit, there’s a good chance that changing your approach could change your results.
Today I have some important information for you about the difference between WILL power and willpower – and why you’re probably using the wrong one to stop overeating at night.
One more thing – does it ever feel like you’re your own worst enemy when it comes to nighttime eating? Be sure to watch to the end where you’ll get some tips on doing things differently in a way that’s actually do-able.
The video covers:
- How to stop overeating at night in a way that doesn’t require limitless amounts of willpower
- The one thing you need to have if you want to break a nighttime eating habit
- WILL Visions: what they are and how to create one
- A common mistake to avoid (because it actually leads to more nighttime eating)
- How to take action in do-able ways so that you can start seeing progress.