#6: How To Know If You’re Ready to Sort Yourself Out

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In this episode we’re discussing How To Know If You're Ready to Sort Yourself Out. Sounds like it should be a fairly obvious thing for a person to know. But this is something that many people struggle with when it comes to making a change in their lives.

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Maybe you’ve noticed this yourself? You feel like you want to make a change. You KNOW you NEED to make a change. You try again and again, but you just can’t seem to make it stick? Or worse, you can’t even get started, you just cannot make yourself do it.

Hopefully you’ll get some clarity about sorting yourself out, as we discuss the nature of change and transformation, and the role that timing plays in making lasting change. 

And I reluctantly reveal my most embarrassing, my most shameful, and yes folks, the most disgusting (yet kind of hilarious if it didn’t happen to you!) personal story that you would have thought would have forced me to sort myself out, and yet alas, did not. So stay tuned, sit yourself comfortably, and be ready to cringe and shiver alongside me! 

A quick peek at today’s episode:

  • The major point that determines being ready to sort yourself out.
  • The reasons why people choose not to sort themselves out.
  • Why things may need to get worse before they get better.
  • The difference between a change and an entire transformation.
  • The purpose of life in a nutshell.
  • Why you shouldn't beat yourself up if you don’t succeed at first.
  • Oh, yeah, my disgusting, shameful story! :o

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