Driving Behavioural Change

It’s difficult to achieve behavioural change in our personal lives.

You’ll know exactly how hard it is if you have tried to lose weight, give up smoking or consume less alcohol.

The experts say it takes 28 days of reformed behaviour to break a habit.

To drive behavioural change you need to keep before you a vision of the benefits you will enjoy when you achieve your goal…a more attractive you, a healthier lifestyle, more money in your pocket.

As a youngster Muhammad Ali kept repeating to himself “I am the greatest”. Every day he played a movie in his head of him lifting the World Heavy Weight title with the crowd around the boxing ring chanting his name. 

To attain behavioural change you need to repeat, repeat, repeat.