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April 20, 2016

How to do what you know

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I often talk to people who say, “I know what to do, but I’m not doing what I know,” or “I’ve read a lot of personal development and self-help books, but I have trouble applying it.”

It’s not that you don’t know what to do, but there’s a key principle you must understand in order to align your behavior to do what you know.

In this video, I share with you the two main driving forces behind your behavior. Click the video to watch.

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As human beings, we are wired to avoid pain and seek pleasure. I have found (and I know this is true for me), that people often change when they have reached enough pain.

In moments when we no longer are willing to settle for discomfort, we make a decision from thinking about what we want — to actually doing it!

We have enormous power and the ability to shift our perspective and make NEW associations, which will ultimately change the actions we take.


Emotional stack all the reasons why NOT changing would be painful and why making a change TODAY would be pleasurable.

It’s time to do what you know!