When it comes to losing weight the exact program you’re on is less important than this one thing.

Researchers from Kaiser Permanente’s Center for Health Research put 1 600 people on a weight loss program. Half the group recorded their daily food intake and exercise minutes at least six days a week. The other half did not. Three months later, the group that had tracked
their behaviour doubled the amount of weight they lost. Daily tracking is a form of personal accountability that massively increases your chances of achieving your goals. To track progress towards your other goals, at the end of each day simply write down what you did that day to achieve the goal. That will prompt you to take more action the following day.

I have developed a Habit Tracker accountability chart to help you. Go to to download it for free.