A few years ago while going through a painful divorce, I had the feeling that I wasn’t who I used to be.
In other words, one of the healthiest people I knew.
Up until then, I had some amazing habits: snacking on raw fruits and vegetables, cooking healthy meals, and watching very little TV.
But now I found myself in the midst of some really bad ones: grabbing handfuls of my kids’ candy, ordering DoorDash, and zoning out each night with some white wine in front of the TV.
All I kept hearing was, “What happened to you???”
I knew something needed to change. And I also knew something else — it wasn’t my habits.
Yes, those needed to change. But before that could happen, I had to get to the true source. I had to identify the catalyst for those bad habits.
Once I did, changing the habits was so much easier.
If you feel stuck and hear the same self-defeating questions, know that there’s nothing wrong with you. You’re just not getting to the ROOT of your bad habits.
There’s a trigger that’s starting your cascade of bad habits. And in this week’s video, I’m giving you 3 ways to find it.
Thinking that you’re lazy or out of control or that you have no willpower is pointless. And it’s also keeping you stuck.
Watch the video and get to the root of your bad habits. (Spoiler — it’s not what you think!)