New Year’s is upon us and for many, so are New Year’s resolutions. Even for those who do not make formal resolutions, it’s easy to want to make positive changes and tie that to a start like January 1st.
According to one article by InsideOutMastery, the second Friday in January has been labeled “quitter’s day” by the app Strava.
DiscoverHappyHabits.com published an article about New Year’s Resolution statistics. On average only 9-12% of people keep their resolutions.
While that is a depressing statistic, there are people who are successful. How are they successful while so many others are not?
One thing I’ve observed in my own life as well as with my clients, most change is attempted by trying to change their behavior. That might seem like a “well duh” kind of statement, but I’ve learned in my 4 years of studying psychology that change starts with what you believe about yourself. Many times those thoughts are subconscious and if you want to truly change, that is where you have to start.
As I used to say to the inmates when I worked in the county jail, you can only sit in a barber shop for so long before you get a haircut.
If you want something different, you have to do things differently.
If you’re ready to tackle how your beliefs and thought process is getting in the way of sticking to your goals, I am offering a 6-week session package for the price of 4. In those sessions, we will discuss how you are getting in your own way and I’ll bring awareness to the belief patterns you’re blind to. We will also explore how you can use those insights to be successful in achieving those goals. To some extent, it’s a trial-and-error process to discover the steps that will work for you and in each session, we discuss what worked and didn’t work in your previous action plan and why.
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