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If you’ve ever tried to make a change in your life on your own, you’ll know how hard it can be. More often than not, the end result is frustration. Why?
You start strong, feel inspired and motivated, and set time aside in your commitment to change. You may even have figure out a plan of action, created a system or you are using a program that promises change. You’ve got this! Or so you think.
But for some reason, after a few days or weeks, motivation and consistency start to fade away – leaving you feeling even more frustrated. Defeated.
At some point, you convince yourself that your life is too busy, you don’t have the tools, skills, knowledge or even the money needed to create change, or you simply don’t have the time nor the energy to tackle the kind of change you want. So, you give up. You quit. You convince yourself that you just can’t do it. Procrastination takes over, once again.
And yet, in the back of your mind, you can see how had you succeeded in creating the desired change in your life, you would be in a different place now. Whether your desire is about changing the way you feel about yourself, your self-talk, your motivation levels, your habits, your level of commitment, your level of consistency, changing any of these would most definitely improve the way you feel about yourself, your relationships, your work, your financial situation to name a few.
In the end, change seems impossible so you stop contemplating it.
That’s no surprise to me because the way we typically approach change just doesn’t work. And there is one simple reason for that!
WE FAIL TO FULLY UNDERSTAND WHAT DRIVES OUR CHOICES AND BEHAVIORS.
I tried to change myself for years without any luck.
That is until I started to understand the dynamics that determine our choices and behaviors. I went from being a depressed, anxious, disorganized and inconsistent person, a high school drop out, an out of shape person who could barely survive a 3 km jog, wishing I could travel the world to now crossing the finish line of marathons and even a triathlon, having a few degrees and having visited more than 80 countries.