Is Motivation Your No. 1 Weight Loss Pitfall?
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Hello and Welcome to…
I’m Dr. Steven B. Halls, MD, FRCPC, and I created the Moose. It’s well known that the number 1 reason not to lose weight and achieve goals is motivation.
The Moose boosts your motivation by using NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) and the power of suggestion. Ask yourself how many times you plan on eating well and working out, only to put off going to the gym another day?
The Moose is the solution to this problem.
Is a lack of motivation stopping you from losing weight? Is it stopping you from going to the gym or sticking to that diet?
The Moose is software,
with HQ game graphics.
A PIXAR quality animated 3D character that speaks to you in front of the desktop
The Moose is graphically amazing, you will see below.
It’s like a ferrari in your driveway.
Moose tech leads the state of the art in:
- Lip synchronization to text-to-speech.
- Completely natural, never repetitive movements
Dr. Halls’ “Three laws of computer avatars“
To not be annoying,
- Avatars should stay hidden when not talking.
- Avatars should move out of the way.
- Avatars should shut up instantly.
All previous avatars in history have failed because they were annoying. I’ve given the Moose a prime directive: Don’t be annoying. The Moose’s benefits come from daily use, which is only possible if the Moose is always friendly and never annoying.
Even if the Moose never spoke, the eye contact and a warm smile, makes you happier. Simple as that.
Smiling stimulates our neurochemicals that make us happy.
Life is better with humor.
Here are some facts about laughing.
Repeating that important point: The Moose has a magical effect of getting you out of your chair and telling a few jokes each day to the people around you.
One more thing… Laughter crushes Anxiety. It’s like Rock,Paper,Scissors are all anxiety, and Laughter beats them all. The Moose will be really good for people with anxiety.
Have you clicked on Jessica or Megan or David yet? You should hear a tiny musical sound. Clicking on a Moose, should pop-up a talking Moose, but it only works on PCs, at the moment.
Click on a Moose.
The Moose is great at Motivating
IF the Moose only spoke a list of motivational sentences, it would get boring and annoying, and I can’t allow that.
So I programmed it with linguistic expertise to construct it’s motivational sayings on the fly. With hundreds of thousands of variations, AND, a nice way being positive and funny. The Moose has it’s own personality.
Let’s study some examples, because
learning How it works, makes it work even better.
Experience shows that people like to do more exercise, and become who they imagine themselves to be.
The command to the subconscious is do more exercise. The words at the start are to keep the conscious mind busy and un-critical. The words at the end are to provide a reason, because the subconscious accepts reasons as true.
Hi Steve. I’m not going to ask you to go to bed earlier, because it’s up to you. Isn’t it.
Yes, the Moose greets you by YOUR name. The command to “go to bed earlier“, is embedded within a nice sentence. Getting enough sleep is physiologically essential. It increases metabolism, decreases calories consumed, and so on. It’s important therefore, that the Moose should suggest more sleep. Doctor’s orders.
Two ways to get the Moose for yourself.
The software isn’t finished yet, but you can Reserve a Spot to be first and most favoured, and be on the mailing list for updates, if you are interested, and I hope you are.
Steven B. Halls, MD, FRCPC
The Subscribe button is because I only have one way to save an email address, to put you on the list to send a thank-you, and later, to let you know when the software is ready.
The Moose is free now, but soon it won’t be, maybe even tomorrow.
Reserve your Moose while it’s still free. For subsequent people later, who miss this free momentum-starting stage, I have a high price in mind.
May 23, 2016 update. In some personal news, My son Andrew Halls has graduated from Johns Hopkins medical School, and he will be starting psychiatry training in San Francisco. I’m really proud of him, in case you can’t tell yet.