You have probably heard the word ‘grit’ thrown around, but what does it really mean? Our guest on this episode boils it down to “getting back up, one more time.”Continue reading “Ep 17: Getting Gritty with Rebecca Louise”
What are the pros and cons of using rewards vs. consequences as our compelling reason to change?
In this episode, we talk about impulse control and how giving in to unplanned urges can really get in the way of achieving lasting change. Not only that, but it can rob us of the pleasure of anticipating and maximizing an indulgence.
In this episode, we discuss why our past failures (or successes) don’t predict our future successes (or failures). Then, more importantly, we get into how to clear a path for future change and growth.
Every time we give ourselves an excuse to quit, we get better at quitting. But every time we don’t quit, we get better at pushing through. Both quitting and not quitting can become a habit. And an identity.
In this episode, we look at our beliefs and how they deeply affect both the choices we make in life and how we react to situations we are presented with (or that we present ourselves with).
This is an approach we developed to help people in our Weighless program create sustainable weight loss but this process can be applied to any change that you want to make in your life. In this episode, we explain how it works.
We have come to the last of the eight things we believe need to be in place in order for real, sustainable change to happen. In this episode, we are tackling the idea that there is no “finish line” to cross. Change is forever.
Failure shouldn’t be something you fear and avoid at all costs. It is actually useful and perhaps even necessary to long term success.
In this episode, we are moving down the list to #6 (of our eight key behaviors) and discussing why practice is important … and also why it may be more nuanced than you might have thought. (Hint: it’s more than just repetition).