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Losing weight is often a matter of determination and motivation as consistency of efforts is what counts the most. People often initiate this journey of shedding the extra pounds but leave it in mid-way owing to myriad problems that the person might confront.
Such difficulties make it mandatory to get 'calculative' in approach. In other words, one can get on to the job of 'becoming light' by structuring a Balanced Scorecard (BSC) for the purpose.
This management strategy was devised by Norton and Kaplan in 1990s to bring a successful culmination of 'financial and non-financial metrics'. It has been pretty successful in meeting the 'evaluation and monitoring needs' of organizations. However, the beauty of this tool lies in that it can also be used for analyzing processes.
This is because by making sure that values of indicators are within suggested range, one can be assured of taking the steps on correct path.
The same thought can be used for tackling the issue of weight loss as this is also a 'step-by-step procedure'.
By shaping a tailored weight loss scorecard, it is possible to get rid of the unwanted weight in smooth and easy manner. The parameters used however have to be very specific to the subject and must be according to the 'interest' and 'capability' of the concerned individual, particularly in the area of weight loss.
This is the actual scorecard with Weight Loss Dashboard and performance indicators. The performance indicators include: activity evaluation perspective, number of steps/techniques taken to lose weight, % achievement from the weight loss treatment period, average improvement in various parameters used to gauge the progress, actual weight lost: intended amount, planning perspective, behavioral education class duration, % compliance, history consideration ratio, capability and interest accordance, effectiveness perspective, sluggishness decline, side-effects from supplements taken, satisfaction ratio, bmi (body mass index) correction, diet chart and routine patterns perspective, daily water intake, sleep duration, healthy diet fraction, average calorie savings.
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