at Last: How To Free Yourself From Bad Habits, Forever!
The Secret to a Happier and Healthier Life
Never Before Revealed
Everywhere you look, people want to know why they’re unhappy.
And they want to know what they can do about it.
Have you ever asked yourself why intelligent people let bad
habits keep them from living happier and healthier lives? I
ask myself that question all the time.
We live in a world where 30-second commercials offer instant
solutions. We shouldn’t be surprised when easy solutions don’t
work: There are no magic bullets, no quick fixes on the path
to lasting change.
People are overwhelmed with options today. It’s beginning
to seem that the more solutions there are, the harder it is
to find one that works.
Programs that promise easy change fail because they gloss
over the necessary stages that people have to go through on
the path to lasting change. People who regain more weight than
they lost by following the latest fad diet are victims of programs
that ignore the need for a lifestyle change.
Many people have learned the hard way that lasting change
is only possible when you have the right information.
New Year’s resolutions usually fail. They don’t work because
people jump into them without the right preparation. As I learned
from my own experience, you can’t be successful in the action
stage if you haven’t been successful in the preparation stage.
Most people make New Year’s resolutions when they wake up
with a hangover—or with a few extra pounds weighing them down.
They haven’t done the necessary preparation to have a fighting
chance to be successful. It’s no wonder so many people give
up before January is over.
My research, as well as my experience and common sense, tell
me that anyone can change,
if you have a compelling reason to change—and the right strategy
to guide you.
The first step is to
get unstuck. Many people spend years
telling themselves that they’re going to change “one day.” They
spend years worrying about the problem instead of working on
Maybe they’re waiting for the “perfect” weight-loss program,
the “perfect” smoking-cessation program, or the “perfect” time
to stop drinking.
“I’ll change when the time is right.” How many times have
you heard that one?
Many people are never able to make a serious commitment to
change, even though their life depends on it.
Imagine What Life Will Be Like
When You’re Free…
Even good change
threatens our sense of security. When you’re used to something,
the thought of losing it can cause you to panic and get stuck
where you are, no matter how much you have to gain by changing.
Your capacity to shift your focus from the past to the present
is the key to breaking bad habits. You can’t make a decision
to change as long as you’re still focused on the past.
Learning that you can choose
your own feelings, words, and actions makes you a free person
and a powerful person…
This special guide will give you the information and strategy
you need to free yourself from bad habits forever.
Did you know that: 45%
of clients who seek a professional therapist drop out of therapy
after two or three sessions?
And did you know that: for
every person who quits smoking by following a treatment program,
there are almost twenty persons who quit on their own?
this special step-by-step guide, you’ll learn how to...
Turn Your Life Around
Defeat Daily Temptations
It’s easier to promote a healthy
new habit than to get rid of the old one that’s causing
all the misery. Trying too hard to break a habit is
usually a recipe for failure. As long as you’re focused
on the old habit, you’re like a soldier fighting with
one hand tied behind his back.
2) Prepare for a Lasting Lifestyle Change
learn how to replace your bad habits with healthy new
habits. Focusing on your new lifestyle is like freeing
the hand tied behind your back—suddenly you have power
to bring about the change you desire.
Here is what you will learn inside this
- The six stages in the process of
breaking bad habits
- How to replace bad habits with a
healthy new lifestyle
- How millions of people have succeeded
in breaking a bad habit
- Why you have a better chance of freeing
yourself from a bad habit by taking responsibility for your
- Why successful preparation for change
means that you set goals for yourself
- Why change is not an event, but a
- Why most successful self-changers
fail at least once before they succeed
- Why willpower alone isn’t enough
- Why quitting a habit cold turkey
usually doesn’t work
- Why a commitment to a more active
lifestyle is one of the keys to breaking a bad habit
a lot more!
How Much Is a Healthier and Happier Life Worth
When you win the battle in your mind, it’s only a matter
of time before you win the war against bad habits.
The secret is to make change your No. 1 priority. You can’t
win the war until freeing yourself from the habit becomes your
The solution is to accept responsibility for yourself, to
realize that you can decide to take charge of your life.
The key to freeing yourself from bad habits is to change
your lifestyle. A total lifestyle change isn’t something that
happens overnight. It happens one day at a time, and it starts
when you begin to focus on the solution instead of the problem.
Don’t be surprised if you’re not completely sure that you’re
ready to break your habit. It’s not about quitting cold turkey.
Forcing yourself to quit before you’re mentally and emotionally
prepared usually backfires.
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Remember: Success depends on having the right information
and knowing how to use it.
There’s no magic bullet, no quick fix. But if you’ve come
to the realization that you’re stuck in a self-defeating lifestyle,
you’ve already taken the first step. You’ve become aware of
the need to free yourself from bad habits.
A bad habit is like an iceberg. You can’t beat a bad habit
if you treat it as if it were only as big as what you see on
Whatever it is, you can beat it if you take the time to reevaluate
your life. It will take a serious commitment on your part, but
you already took the hardest step by consciously recognizing
Sign up for your step-by-step guide and start creating a
happier and healthier life today.