Who do you think you are?
It’s critical that you ask yourself this question if you’ve been trying to change the same habit for years. Because if you do (who doesn’t?), chances are it’s backed by an identity that doesn’t serve you.
Identity is the hidden force that pushes you to take action.
You actually have multiple identities — some good and some not so good.
The good news is that changing the identities that are working against you is easy to do — if you know how. And in this video, I’m going give you 3 simple steps to do it.
(I’m also going to tell you what you can learn from me being a — reformed! — road rager.)
The video is for you if . . .
- You think you’re “just not a workout person”
- You keep saying “I’m addicted to carbs”
- You think of yourself as “a junk food junkie”
Because guess what? None of those things has to be true — if you don’t want them to be.
Watch the video to find out how to change all the negative identities you’re holding onto.
Because trying to change your habits without first changing your identity is like trying to steer a ship in one direction while the rudder is pointing in the opposite direction.
Don’t make it harder than it needs to be — upgrade all the identities that are holding you back, and watch the magic happen!