Getting Out of Your Own Way


“Getting Out of Your Own Way” is all about how to overcome the resistance we feel about completing certain tasks we should be doing, and the reluctance to stop doing the things we know we shouldn’t be doing.

Let’s face it—most of us have no problem getting started on the things that are fun and easy. Unfortunately, many of the important things we should be doing are not on the fun and easy list. Some of the things we know we shouldn’t be doing are on the fun and easy list. That’s when we need an extra push from within. We need something that will get us up and moving toward a goal and getting something of value done. We need something to help pull us away from destructive habits, unwanted behaviors, and unproductive thought patterns. “Getting Out of Your Own Way” gives us that extra push from within.

The simple process taught in “Getting Out of Your Own Way” is a proven solution backed by science that will help us start doing the tough, unpleasant, and annoying tasks. Once we get started, the rest seems to fall into place. The key is always getting started. “Getting Out of Your Own Way” gives us a starting ritual or routine that helps us overcome our own hesitation, procrastination, and the “I don’t feel like it” attitude.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand how we get in our own way.
  2. Learn how the brain’s operating system works.
  3. Discover a method to get past the brain’s operating system to start doing the things we want to do and stop doing the things we don’t want to do.

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