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Realignment: Part 3 – Make success probable not simply possible.

211: Realignment: Part 3 – Make success probable not simply possible.

More than ever the world needs people who are grounded, resilient, and operating from a space of proactive thinking NOT reactive thinking.

I dedicated the entire past month on the Grace & Grit Podcast to The Practice of Realignment to help you stabilize yourself when life may be feeling more difficult and uncertain than ever.

In part 3 of this series, I give you 3 steps to make your realignment, and your long-term success, not just possible but probable.

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Episode 080: Breaking the Habit of Quitting

080: Breaking the Habit of Quitting

Compromising, negotiating and rationalizing your way out of your good intentions to improve your health goals are behaviors that can all too easily become habits. Quitting can also easily become a habit. In fact, the diet industry has been benefitting for years off of people going from diet to diet to diet; it has thrived off of its customers making a habit out of quitting.

Gyms too make money on the predication that you are going to quit on yourself. They know that after your initial burst of inspiration to sign-up for a gym membership, it is highly likely that at some point you will stop showing up for yourself (but still pay on the contract you committed to).

It is a sad reality, but much of the diet and fitness industry benefits financially from you making a habit out of quitting on your way to your health goals.
Which sucks! And, while, the diet and fitness industries need to develop better systems and processes to prevent people from quitting, the quicker solution is found in learning how to break the habit of quitting on yourself. And that is the topic of this episode of the Grace & Grit podcast.

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014: The Power of Decision Free Living

You, and nearly every other human being on the planet, are on decision overload.

No kidding…you are making around 35,000 decisions daily which means by lunch time you are probably already in a state of decision fatigue!

You need to be sure you are making the best decisions for your health at a time when you are thinking clearly and have your VALUES governing your decisions NOT hunger, fatigue or someone else’s crisis.

Improving your health should be based on a process and an effective process is NOT a spur of the moment decision or something that is slapped together at 11pm the night before. It is something you PLAN for in advance when your head is clear and your vision is strong.

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008: How Habits Really Change

Habit change is no small task. They take a lot of GRIT and time to change. In this episode, Courtney gives you strategies for making REAL habit change.

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