We all have things we wish we could do consistently but somehow we just can’t figure out how to get ourselves to do them. That’s because most of us have been taught that we change our behavior through wanting it bad enough (motivation) and trying hard enough (willpower). Here’s what I mean:
We’ve all been there. But here’s what we didn’t realize: Using motivation and willpower to create lasting change is a recipe for failure. What we need are HABITS!
Our lives are built on an invisible bedrock of habits. Our automated behaviors help us to do so many things, almost effortlessly. But most of us have been trying to build habits in a completely ineffective way.
Imagine if you could learn the science behind effective habit-building so that you could consistently do all the things you really want to do. You would be unstoppable.
I use a research-based methodology developed at Stanford University (and tested on over 40,000 people) to help clients change their lives through habits.
At the end of our month together, you’ll have effectively built five habits AND (more importantly) you will have learned your tried and tested way for how you change your own behavior through habits.
Stop using willpower and motivation to create behavior change; these are not sustainable or reliable. Learn to methodically create habits and you’ll be able to consistently do all the things you want to do, without all the stress, effort and disappointment.