In this Episode, We Discuss How to Make Lasting Changes and…
- Why motivation and will power are overrated when trying to make lasting changes
- Why you must understand the 5 stages behavior change and match your activity to the proper stage
- How slips up are inevitable and are perfect opportunities to learn
- How to use conflicting energy sources -the pushing away from unwanted behavior and pulling toward a desired behavior
- Why self monitoring and tracking progress increases your chances of success
“Behavior change is not a hundred yard dash, it is indeed a marathon. You need to concretely build in the new behavior, resist temptations and then maintain it over time.“ – John Norcross
Dr. John Norcross is an internationally recognized expert on behavior change. He is the Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of Scranton, a board-certified psychologist, and is the author of the acclaimed book, Changeology: 5 Steps to Realizing Your Goals and Resolutions. John has authored over 400 publications and has co-written and edited 22 books in the areas of psychotherapy, clinical psychology, professional training, and self-change.
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