Weight loss as impossible goal

Hi Brooke,

Okay so I need a brain check. My impossible goal is to lose 100 lbs. in 2018. At this point, losing 30 lbs seems impossible even though I’ve done it before and I know I can. I always end up sabotaging myself with weight loss and I really want to commit to it this year. Because my brain is telling me “oh you’ll just fail again like you always have” and “you will never be at your goal weight”, it seems counterintuitive to come up with 25 fails. I did it – but I can’t wrap my head around why I would try to fail when the whole point is to ultimately try to reach this goal. Like wouldn’t that just make me give up before I start? What makes this different than any other time I’ve started over? I know it’s my thoughts – and the actions I take from those thoughts. Ughh this damn brain.
Here are some of my fails – am I just overthinking this? Am I on the right track?

Follow protocol perfectly everyday
Workout daily
No fast food unless a joy eat
Ice cream 1x month as joy eat only
SCS work daily
Use tutor call (I never have)
Volunteer to be coached live
Weigh myself weekly
Measurements every 3 weeks
Walk every Sat and Sun
DO all work in OE Masterclass
Wake at 5am daily
Read 30 min personal development daily
Constrain to NSNF and do not switch to another “diet”
Plan day in advance
Plan food 24 hrs in advance