Why ordinary thinking, effort and action may not be enough.

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Welcome dear listener!

Thank you for the kind reviews. I really appreciate it.

Today I want to share with you afe thoughts.

I am guiding a group of peeps this month who are ready to uplevel their habits. This is happening very soon. This is my favorite course to teach as it invites you to reshape your life taking one small action step at a time.

Is this for you?

Ask yourself

Are my current habits supporting my health long term?

Are my current habits supporting my rest and sleep?

Are my current habits giving me deeper energy?

 

We know what is best for our bodies, exercise, healthy food, time to relax,

Yet it is very challenging to change our behaviors for good. To implement new behaviors that support regeneration and vitality.

Why?

We try for a while, really hard and may not see any results. This is because physical and psychological changes take time to catch up with the new behaviors. It is hard to see and measure the small steps taken in each moment.  But when done over time, these small steps accumulate and create massive change.

 

We must expect it to be hard, to be challenging, if it was easy everyone would be in their greatest shape, best health and cognitively healthy.

This is why ordinary thinking and ordinary action are almost never enough.

Our current identity is a direct reflection of who we believe ourselves to be.

To change your behaviors for good you need to start believing new things about yourself, about what Is possible.

Your actions, which overtime create your life experience.

This is why it is so important to choose your behaviors intelligently rather than mindless moving through life hoping for the best. Get out there and create your best life. Remember that it begins with what you believe is possible.

Get curious about what is possible and how you want to experience your life.

Take action now and schedule complementary wellness workshop.

Thank you for listening,

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With gratitude,

Alec

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