Time for some radical self-honesty . . . are you a quitter? Do you have a pattern of starting things but then not finishing them? Maybe not with everything but enough to make you question why you cannot seem to follow through.
If so, then you are going to love episode 95 of the podcast where I coach Jill on getting over her starting and stopping pattern.
This episode is such a great one for anyone who has trouble keeping momentum with things.
You start things (like a book or exercise program or a meditation practice) but then you just don’t stick to it. You have a ton of enthusiasm at the beginning but then it just wears off and you find yourself quitting which you then judge yourself for – it’s a vicious cycle that just loops so it’s so important to get out of which is what I coach Jill on.
Also listen in to episode 96 where I coach Jenn on how to apply the internal shifts she has made in her life to her external world.
Ever notice how when you make changes on the inside, that your preferences and interests change?
As we evolve, we do not resonate with the same things we used to. Friendships may end. Careers transform. Even the kind of food you like may shift. This can feel confusing because as you are going through the process of change, you may not know what the “new” people, things or situations are. That is normal. There is a time of uncertainty as we let go of the old.
As we evolve, we do not resonate with the same things we used to. That is normal. There is a time of uncertainty as we let go of the old. @ChristinHassler (Click to Tweet!)
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Have an awesome day!!!
P.S. I have a new podcast where I coach people LIVE on the air. Head over to Over it and On With It and listen in for inspiration and action steps.
Christine Hassler has broken down the complex and overwhelming experience of recovering from disappointment into a step-by-step treatment plan in her new book Expectation Hangover. This book reveals the formula for how to process disappointment on the emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual levels to immediately ease suffering. Instead of wallowing in regret, self-recrimination, or anger, we can see these experiences as catalysts for profound transformation and doorways that open to possibility. You can find more info on her website, and follow her on Twitter and FB.
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