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You’re a smart, capable person who dreams of changing your life without constantly battling temptation and self-sabotage.
You know all of the bad habits are slowly adding up, but you’ve tried to break them before and it hasn’t worked.
You smell fresh donuts as you walk past the bakery and all of a sudden, you’ve bought half a dozen. You hear the buzz of a notification from your phone and then you’ve been scrolling Instagram for an hour. You feel the thrill of caffeine in your veins, so you drink two more lattes and now you’re $10 poorer and too wired to sleep.
You’re convinced you’re “not good at this stuff” and that good habits – drinking water, meditating, journaling – are things only “other people” can do.
You believe those bad habits that undermine what you want are “just how you are.”
Have you ever wondered …
But it’s actually possible for you to have what you want: Good habits that feel easy, natural, and almost on auto-pilot.
You get out of the bed and the first thing you do is settle into Lotus Pose to meditate – you’re not even tempted to look at your phone. You pad into the bathroom and see an orange bottle sitting on the sink and you take your medication – you haven’t missed a dose in five weeks.
At lunch, you feel the sun on your skin and the ground under your feet as you head out for a walk to get fresh air and clear your head. You’ve been taking these lunch hour walks every workday for months now and they’ve made such a difference in your mood, your productivity, and how you feel about afternoon meetings.