Life is short and beautiful.
You deserve to enjoy it
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In school we get taught WHAT to think, but no one teaches us HOW to think.
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Meet Libby. She’s learning how to be more positive and happy using some super smart cognitive tools I’ve been teaching her. They work, if she works. The benefits are huge. Happiness and optimism are just around the corner if she applies them with consistency; she will be out of that rut she has been stuck in for years in no time. “It’s really hard” she says. “Maybe” I say, “or maybe not.” Meet John. He is getting back into exercise after a health scare and many years of putting his business before his body. He has started yoga and a gentle introduction to cross fit. “It’s really hard” he says. “Maybe” I say, “or maybe not.” Say hello to Penny. She is finally cracking the emotional eating patterns that have held her back and kept her overweight for the last two decades. She is learning principles of mindful eating and nutritionally dense foods. “It’s really hard” she says. “Maybe” I say, “or maybe not.” A change of wellbeing or fitness routine, or trying something new like yoga or cross fit or juicing is often met with a cry of, “it’s really hard.” Inevitably followed a few weeks later by shelving the new plan into the Too Hard Basket through lack of time or inclination. Another resolution fail conveniently buried under the “too busy” banner. Here’s the thing. The thing you are trying to do or conquer is NOT inherently hard. Eating an apple rather than a muffin is not inherently hard. Leaving work on time and putting your trainers on,… Read moreRead more