Imagine the look on their faces when they recognize the “new” you.
Imagine how happy they will be when they realize that you’re finally working on those goals you promised you’d do for them (and for yourself!).
This month at Get Momentum, members around the world will change their habits for good. BUT today…
Today, I am teaching 10,000 people to change.
You see, you’ve been part of my community for a while now, and so I know you’re committed to your continual improvement and professional growth.
You’re one of the 10,000 people in my network who’s raised their hands (metaphorically) and said,
“Yes, I’m good, and I know my best can be even better…”
In order to get new results, you just have 2 options:
(1) Change what you WANT or
(2) change what you DO.
Keep reading and I’ll tell you how by October 10th, you could make RADICAL progress on something you’ve been putting off for months!
As an executive coach, I teach people how to be better. The people I work with become more successful.
- They earn more.
- They play more.
- They are more grateful.
- They are more able to do more of whatever they want.
I can teach you how. Keep reading, I’ll get you started RIGHT NOW.
To form a new habit, you need a strong trigger.
You see, triggers are the key to building new habits.
(You may want to PRINT the following lessons. Implementing them will change your life.)
If you’d like to build the habit of working out in the morning, place your exercise clothes in front of your bedroom door.
Leaving your clothes out will make getting dressed and working out for 30 minutes much easier. The trigger to action are those clothes you’ll have to step over as you leave the bedroom.
The trigger must make doing the right thing easy. The trigger makes it easier to win.
If the goal is to read for 30 minutes first thing in the morning, then clear your desk at night. Leave only your book on the table top. To do anything else at your desk would mean having to intentionally undo the trigger you left for yourself.
If the goal is to eat healthier or eat less, then purchase a plate that is 1 or 2” smaller in diameter. It’s a strong, subtle, and effective trigger to take “just a little bit less” food.
Test it for yourself.
To develop a new habit, you need to FIRST think and THEN act in a new way. Set up a trigger that will cue you to take the action. This is a surefire way to adopt a new habit. Are you ready?
Here is your GET MOMENTUM Challenge:
For the NEXT 100 people who join GET MOMENTUM and share with us your single MOST important goal to achieve by December 31st, 2016, we will coach you 1:1 for the first week of OCTOBER.
Jason and I will teach you to identify a single trigger that will support you taking an action toward achieving that goal.
We will personally coach the first 100 people who join the Get Momentum Leadership Academy by October 4th, 2016.
Here’s our promise:
During those 7 days, you’ll make more progress toward your goal than in the last month. Maybe even the last 12 months!
Are you in?
Let’s do this.
P.S. Join GET MOMENTUM today because you deserve to learn how to build new habits. And, because we’ll work 1:1 with the first 100 people who join!