You Can’t Change Your Results Without Changing Your Mindset: How to Get Rid of That Persistent New Year’s Resolution for Good

podcast Dec 30, 2021

The beginning of a new year always brings up resolutions and goals we want to accomplish, but what happens when the same resolution keeps rearing its head every single January?

Well in my case, that persistent resolution is not overworking - something that should be easy with the contract I negotiated for myself, but it’s not. I still find myself feeling overwhelmed and overworked. The truth is: there’s a lot more to my overworking than my circumstances, it has a lot to do with my brain and the beliefs it’s clinging onto.

So how do we uncover why we struggle to accomplish what we want? Why are our thoughts so vital to what our results end up becoming?

In this episode, I’m going to share how to finally overcome a persistent New Year’s resolution through the lens of the mental model I’m personally working through.

Three Things You’ll Learn In This Episode 

  • The root of all our unchanged behaviors
    Why do we cling onto beliefs that lead to us thinking that overworking is okay?

  • Why our thoughts are so vital to our ability to change something permanently
    Our brains will always figure out a way to create the reality it thinks should happen. How do we find out what drives our brains to keep us overworking?

  • A mental model for creating new neural pathways
    How am I working on deeply examining my own overworking habit over the next few months?

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