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Want to Reach an Overwhelming Goal? Try the Simple Trick That’s ‘Like the Navy Seals, But for Personal Growth.’

Here's how to successfully adopt new behaviors -- and make sure they stick

By | Simon Lovell |

When running any kind of coaching or consulting program, focusing on results is critical. It’s what brings in new business, keeps clients happy and keeps us as coaches motivated to transform more lives. 

If there’s one thing that will cripple confidence, it’s lack of client results, so I want to share what’s been working for me as well as some of the science behind it. Hopefully, it helps you better understand your own behavior and that of your clients. 

Let’s start with a little example of course completion. How many coaching programs or courses have your clients begun, but not finished? It happens all the time, and when it does, we feel frustrated because we truly want change to happen. “If they had just done what I asked,” we say to ourselves.

Here’s how to make that intended outcome more likely. 

How to create behaviors that stick 

I work in the personal-development niche for entrepreneurs, and there are certain actions that must happen for behavior to stick — for there to be lasting change and a shift in identity.

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