Are You Living on Autopilot?

Coach Paul

A pattern of behavior can become so habitual that one barely notices anymore what it prompts one to do. One feels automatically, thinks automatically and acts automatically.

~ Martine Batchelor

More than two-thirds of us are living and working on autopilot, according to even the most conservative estimates.

Have You Developed an Immunity to Change?

Coach PaulIt doesn’t matter whether your goal is to lose 5 or 50 pounds, quit smoking or stop drinking. New Year’s resolutions and other goals are hard to keep beyond the first month.

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