“The easiest thing to do is nothing”.

This is something I say to my clients all the time.  And it’s true.  Here are a few examples: Staying in a relationship you know is bad because it’s easier than leaving. Feeling overweight but not going to the gym- or improving your diet because it’s “too hard”. Not looking for a better job whenContinue reading ““The easiest thing to do is nothing”.”

Want to change? Then do the things you don’t want to do.

Every day we’re bombarded with messages that we should change- lose weight, eat better, save more money, and so on.  And most of us are perpetually trying to make some kind of change.  Not that we shouldn’t try to better ourselves, but we often fail because making the change isn’t something we really want toContinue reading “Want to change? Then do the things you don’t want to do.”

Making SMARTer New Year’s Resolutions

When it comes to this time of year there seems to be three kinds of people: those who make new year’s resolutions; those who have given in to not making them (because they know they won’t stick to them); and those who say resolutions are stupid (probably because of past experience not keeping resolutions- or maybe they’re justContinue reading “Making SMARTer New Year’s Resolutions”