PTSD & Complex-PTSD Awareness

We all know someone who constantly puts stuff off. Who loves to plan improvements for their health, their finances, their work, their friendships, their relationships. Plan after plan after plan. There is seemingly no end to them.

We know these people because we are these people.

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Every one of us wants to improve, wants to be better, have better habits, live better, think better. But we can’t seem to actually do it. Time passes, the plans don’t come to pass, and then, there we are same as it ever was.

Our problem is that what we really want isn’t an improvement, it’s reinvention. It’s a wholesale change. That’s why this coming moment, January 1st, is so powerfully important. It’s 2019. It’s a new year. And it’s an opportunity for a new you… If you want it.

“How long are you going to wait before you demand the best for yourself?”

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What is it going to take for you to get impatient with yourself?

To get started living the life you want in the mind and body you deserve. Not preparing to live it. Not planning how that life could or should look. Actually living it. Right now. This year.

Stop waiting for ‘tomorrow,’ take control now. As I challenge myself, I challenge you. To actionable challenges, challenges designed to set up potentially life-changing habits for 2019 to make it your best year yet.

Some people are going to hire a personal trainer in January. Awesome news! In my challenge, you’ll inspire yourself to create habits to help you:

✓ Stop Procrastinating
✓ Learn New Skills
✓ Abandon Harmful Habits
✓ Be More Generous
✓ Develop Immunity To Distractions
✓ Strengthen Your Character
✓ Become the Best Version of Yourself…

These are not pie-in-the-sky changes but clear, immediate methods you can begin right now to spark the reinvention you’ve been looking for but have not had the time to express.

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What is getting rid of one bad habit worth?

What would you give to add a new positive way of thinking or acting into your daily routine? What would you give to be a positive person? And how great would it be to become a part of a community – part of a tribe – of people just like you, struggling and growing and making that satisfying progress towards the kind of personal reinvention that produces the kind of human beings we never knew we could one day be?

Well, here’s your chance.

What are the risks or the downsides of NOT taking control of your life? For allowing another year to pass not living up to your potential? Most of the risks aren’t dire, but none of the downsides is good. Some are just downright miserable.

Don’t let that happen in 2019. Again.

Happy New Year Friends!

By Brian Nadon

http://www.vaticfoundation.com

 

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