Updated: Jan 8
All the New Year’s resolutions you’ve made...
To workout more.
Get a new job.
Start your own business.
Be more productive.
To eat healthier.
Yell at your kids less.
You start out strong & you’re proud of yourself.
But a few weeks go by & you start to lose enthusiasm.
It gets harder to stick with it.
By March you’re paying for a gym membership you don’t use.
You’re eating & drinking more than you said you would.
You’re yelling at your kids.
It’s not your fault.
And it doesn’t mean you can’t achieve your goal.
You were just using the wrong approach.
You were using willpower & willpower doesn’t work long-term.
For long-term results you need to examine & deal with your thoughts & feelings around what you are trying to do.
You will never achieve your goal if your thoughts & feelings aren’t supporting it.
2 years ago I achieved my goal of stopping drinking alcohol.
I’m not special.
Things aren’t easier for me.
I just used the right approach.
If you want cut back or stop drinking, doing Dry January—using willpower—will not work long-term.
I have a program that will help you LESSEN YOUR DESIRE for alcohol so you can cut back/stop for good.
Start the new year by TAKING CONTROL OF YOUR DRINKING.
Join my 6-week program.
IT STARTS TOMORROW.
For details & to sign up: https://www.claireclearycoaching.com/stop-overdrinking-1