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It’s About Your Mindset

What if I told you that you could change your drinking habit simply by changing your mindset?

That you could radically improve your life not just by gaining new knowledge but by changing how you look at alcohol, so you don’t desire it?

We are thinking machines. We think constantly (whether we realize it or not), and it can be a weakness or a superpower depending on how we use it.

It’s our thinking that causes our desire.  Without our mind we couldn’t create desire.

Think about it.

Have you ever seen or cared for someone with Alzheimer’s disease?  Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease where one starts to lose their mind.  They are forgetful.  What do they desire?  Not much.  In fact, my mother-in-law who has Alzheimer’s doesn’t even desire food.  Food has to be put in front of her so she can look at it to be reminded that it’s time to eat.

Our desires show us what and how we think about things.

When you begin to think about alcohol differently, you will see it differently.  This will change your desire and your relationship with it.

Wayne Dyer said, “If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”

We do this powerful mindset work using the tools and worksheets in my coaching program.

When you shift your mindset, you spend your time thinking about other things and better things to focus your energy on.

And your drinking becomes a non-issue.

Are you ready to change your mindset?

Click here to schedule a free consultation appointment with me.

Or click here to learn about my life coaching program, Drink Less Lifestyle.


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