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The art of behavior Change: part 2
By Bahar Alexander
You want self transformation?
Certain activities are naturally required for goal accomplishment, such as having a daily planner for someone who wants to be more organized and time efficient. Or the case of the individual who wants to lose stubborn body fat & create the body that is aesthetically pleasing or healthier through healthy eating & exercise
Yet, if activities were enough for achieving these & all other transformations; there wouldn’t be so many people looking for some secret tool to break through their bad habits & FINALLY shift the scale on their progress-setback equation.
What most self-help books don’t talk about & coaches don’t emphasize enough are the practices of “BEING” which truly crack the code to self-transformation & mastery.
“YOU WANT SELF TRANSFORMATION? Start with your SELF-Image.”
To discover what your SELF-Image is in relation to a certain goal or desire:
- Examine you previous attempts at reaching a particular goal. What were the thoughts & emotions which prevented you from reaching or maintaining success.
- Pay close attention to the “phantom fears” you feel as you think about your ability to follow through after the goal is set.
- Gauge your emotional readiness before starting a task and if you feel anything but energized at the anticipation of a positive outcome equal to your efforts, STOP & question your emotions as well as the accompanied thoughts: look for facts & not assumptions.
With a great dose of self-reflection & honest-brave self appraisal, YOU CAN MAKE ANY TRANSITION Happen. Watch the Youtube video on this topic: Behavior Change pt.3: Building Habits – YouTube
LET ME TEACH YOU HOW!
I will take your Good & turn it into Extraordinary at a speed which will make most heads spin
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