Breaking the Habit of Being You & Living a Life You Love!
So, how many days, weeks, months, and years do you kick off with great intentions:
“I’m going to enjoy the weekend but the diet starts on Monday!”
“I’m going to join the gym, cut down on the alcohol, start eating healthily and WILL have a beach body by the summer!”
“I’m sick of my job! As soon as Christmas is out the way, I’m going to find something better.”
Or maybe you’re a procrastinator who puts off what they might do today until some future date when the conditions, the weather or your star sign tells you they’ll be more favourable and you’ll be certain to achieve your goals?
“I’m too stressed to give up smoking/alcohol/chocolate at the moment but as soon as we’re out of lockdown/seen my daughter through her GCSE’s/ finalised my divorce/house move/work project (insert own excuse here) then I’ll do it!”
If this sounds like you and the only thing getting leaner since you signed up for gym membership is your bank balance, then join our half day masterclass on ‘breaking the habit of being you and living a life you’ll love!’
“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old but on building the new.”
Learning objectives for this half day masterclass include:
- How to flip your ‘craving brain’ and use the power of ‘cues, routine and reward’ to change negative old habits into positive new ones.
- The principles of ‘habit stacking’ and how small changes can make a big difference
- How to reduce fear and anxiety and reframe your vision of success.
- The neuroscience of behaviours and how to ditch those that are holding you back to form a ‘happier brain’ and help you to live a life you’ll love.
“I thoroughly enjoyed Lily’s ‘breaking the habit of being you’ masterclass at the North West Women’s Conference. She has a unique approach to engaging everyone in thinking about behavioural change using sound psychological theory – and lots of humour!”
Dr Iyabo Fatimilehin, Director, Just Psychology CIC
- Lectures 1
- Quizzes 0
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 129
- Assessments Yes